Business Flood Insurance
According to Floodsmart.gov, at least 25% of businesses close after a flood and never reopen. In addition, the average business flood claim was nearly $89,000 (from 2010 to 2014). Can you afford not to purchase this type of coverage for your business?
About Our Business Flood Policies:
A business flood policy can cover both your building and its contents. Premiums will vary depending on how much insurance you purchase, what the policy covers and the property’s flood risk. And, like any other flood policy, it has a 30-day waiting period before the policy goes into effect.
For coastal organizations in particular, flash flooding can devastate your business and make it challenging to recover if you don’t have an adequate insurance policy. Acentria can help; call us today to find out how easy it is for you to obtain this type of insurance.
Take the Next Step
When it comes to your business, the potential devastation from a flood often outweighs the cost of an insurance policy. We ask our clients this: which check would you rather write? Call us today to learn how you can be proactive in protecting your business from potential floods and costly related damages.
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