Commercial Property Insurance – North & South Carolina
Serving Charlotte, Concord and Huntersville, Mint Hill Matthews, Fort Mill, SC, and the surrounding communities.
Commercial property coverage is required by businesses to cover potential property damage not covered under a liability insurance. Commercial property insurance covers buildings, inventory, outdoor items, and other items on your premises, such as fencing, storage sheds and signs. According to research, 25% of businesses fail within the first year after a signifiant theft or disaster. This can be avoided. Our agency will help you evaluate and secure the right coverage so that you can concentrate on running your business.
Agents at Legion Agency offer no-cost, comparative quotes of multiple insurance companies to provide you with the best rates and coverage. Get in touch with our team today to discuss your commercial property coverage requirements!
- Replacement coverage may extend to assets that have been damaged, lost, or stolen by fire, severe weather conditions, theft, vandalism, or vandalism. Flooding and earthquake damage are not covered.
- Temporary location coverage can be extended to cover temporary business locations while repairs are made to your property.
You must insure certain essential items in your business property insurance plan. These items include your office equipment, inventory, building, and any outdoor items such as fencing, storage sheds or signs.
The replacement cost (RC), is the cost to repair, replace or rebuild property at the same place with similar materials and quality, without depreciation.
Legion Agency is ready to help you find the right insurance to protect your assets and business. We will help you decide the right coverage for you and discuss additional options that might be of benefit to you. Get your quote for commercial property insurance from us today!
You may also consider additional coverage options
You may need coverage for general liability or commercial automobiles. You can also buy cyber liability to cover against data breaches, errors, and omissions, in the event of liabilities not covered by traditional coverage.