Commercial Property Insurance in Colorado
Commercial property Insurance helps protect owned or rented property that you use in the course of your business. This might include your building, equipment, tools, inventory, furniture, and personal property.
Consider a situation where a fire damages your building and some of your business property. Or perhaps there is a break in and your computers and some inventory are stolen. Commercial Property insurance can help provide the protection your business needs when the unexpected happens.
You can purchase Commercial Property Insurance stand-alone or you might consider a Business Owner's Policy (BOP). A BOP will provide coverage for commercial property, general liability, and business income. In addition to those essential three coverages there are a number of endorsements that can be added to your BOP and provide your business with the protection it needs.
If you own, rent, or lease commercial property – you should have Commercial Property Insurance to protect your business assets. Without this valuable insurance, you are responsible to repair or replace any of your damaged business property. With potentially steep out of pocket expenses, you could jeopardize the financial stability of your company if you choose not to purchase Commercial Property Insurance or a Business Owner's Policy.