Your business property is valuable. You have committed your hard work and financial resources to establishing your business facility, buying the right equipment, and for many business owners, keeping inventory. Losing any of your business property would lead to heavy financial losses. Your commercial property insurance helps you pay to repair or replace your valuable business assets. For the best rates, your policy should be customized so that it is reasonable in price while providing adequate coverage.
Storms, fires, natural disasters, theft, or vandals could heavily damage your property, indoors or out. Your commercial property insurance policy should cover any structure owned by your business, the fixtures, all furniture, inventory, supplies, and equipment, as well as expensive signage and fencing.
Your building, as well as any permanent fixtures, equipment, or machinery used in your business, can be covered by your policy – but other people’s property must be covered as well. When another individual has items in your care, whether a vehicle, laptop, phone, or any number of other items, your business is now responsible for paying replacement costs if something goes wrong.
Small to medium-sized businesses are often buried with work, with little time left to deal with insurance issues. At Reese Insurance Group in Illinois and Wisconsin, we are business owners ourselves, and we get it! Our goal is to make the entire process of insurance fast and simple while finding the best rates available. You don’t have time to read the small print on a commercial property insurance policy, and we understand. That legalese on your contract states what is covered by your policy, and what is excluded, and we can explain the details to you, in plain language. Call and speak with us if you have questions about finding cheaper commercial property insurance, or if your policy is out-of-date, and you have purchased new equipment or expanded your operation. Your policy must be updated when your situation changes and we’re here to help.