Protection for Every All of Your Business Property
We offer quotes from top-rated, nationally-known carriers for all types of commercial property insurance. Commercial property can be defined as any building that is larger than a single-family home – from a duplex to a skyscraper. You can also by commercially-zoned property that will require the need for commercial property insurance.
Below are the 8 types of commercial property we insure, along with their descriptions.
Office building can be low-rise, mid-rise, or high-rise. They are also usually categorized into Class A, Class B, and Class C, depending on the building’s quality and the location. Class A properties are of the highest quality and location, while Class B may be of high quality with a less desirable location. Class C will be of lower quality in an unfavorable location.
Retail buildings can vary from strip centers and shopping malls to power centers and out parcels.
Industrial buildings include heavy manufacturing, light assembly, and warehouses.
Multifamily family properties include duplexes, triplexes, and quadplexes, as well as apartments – whether garden, mid-rise, or high-rise.
- Mixed Use
Mixed use properties are common in cities and include a mix of the types of properties listed above.
- Hotels / Hospitality
This categories is self explanatory and includes full-service hotels, bed and breakfasts, and extended stay hotels.
- Special Purpose
Special purpose serves as the miscellaneous category of commercial property. Special purpose commercial property includes everything from amusement parks, bowling alleys, zoos, parking lots, theaters, and more.
Commercial land can typically either be undeveloped, used for agricultural purposes, or vacant