Commercial property insurance in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia

Commercial property insurance protects your assets in the event that they are stolen, damaged or destroyed in a fire or natural disaster. We’ll partner with you to design insurance coverage that will protect your company’s property.

Fire, flooding, theft or accidental damage are unfortunate incidents that could not only damage or destroy your property, but could also devastate your business.

Whether it’s buildings, commercial vehicles or equipment, losing these assets would be a potentially critical setback for your business.

A commercial property insurance policy can protect against the cost of replacing lost or damaged property. Additionally, commercial property insurance can cover any associated losses–such as lost income–that are caused because part or all of your business is temporarily knocked out of action.

It’s worth exploring the options available to you with a business property insurance policy, as they may cover risks you hadn’t thought of. For example, some policies protect against the additional costs you face if rebuilding a damaged business facility means no longer being exempt from local building codes.

Other points to check include whether a policy covers the cost of removing debris before reconstruction begins, as well as whether the business property is covered against weather event damage while being rebuilt.

Commercial property insurance is a great way to ensure that your business’ location and assets, as well as your income, are protected. Have questions? We’re happy to help!

Let’s discuss your commercial property insurance.

One of our insurance agents will reach out to you to review your information and present you with the appropriate commercial property insurance solution. There’s no obligation, just good-old-fashioned advice.
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Dare Insurance Agency offers comprehensive commercial property insurance throughout the Carolinas and Virginia including, Matthews NC, Weddington NC, Charlotte NC, Mint-Hill NC, Indian Trail NC, Monroe NC, Shelby NC, Waxhaw NC, Greensboro NC, Raleigh NC, Little River SC, Myrtle Beach SC and Union, Mecklenburg, Wake, Guilford, Brunswick and Horry counties.