Property Insurance

Property Insurance For Your Tennessee Business

Commercial Business Property Insurance Coverage

We offer a variety of excellent property coverages for your business’ buildings, personal property, and income. Most property policies include additional coverage at no charge that provides higher coverage limits than most standard policies, in addition to extra coverages normally not found. Some coverages even offer you the option to purchase higher limits.

The following list only highlights some of the coverages often included:

  • Newly Acquired Property and Business Personal Property
  • Property Off-Premises
  • Outdoor Property and Outdoor Signs attached to Buildings
  • Lawn Coverage on which your property is located
  • Arson Reward information leading to an arrest
  • Extra Expenses incurred to keep your business running after an insured loss
  • Water Back-up and Overflow from sewers, drains or sumps
  • Money and Securities
  • Employee Dishonesty



 
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Contact

Ivy Insurance
7101 Sharondale, Suite 700
Brentwood, TN 37027

Office Hours: M-F 8am-5pm
Tel: (615) 678-8278
Fax: (615) 678-8284
Email: email@nullivy-insurance.com

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