Commercial property insurance pays to repair or replace stolen, lost, or damaged business property. It covers your business’s physical location and other assets like equipment.
This policy is strongly recommended for any cannabis business due to the costly nature of your products. It may also be required by your landlord.
Contact our licensed cannabis insurance specialist to find a commercial property policy that fits your business's needs and get a quote today.
Cannabis business owners can customize a commercial property policy by adding other types of coverage.
Inland marine insurance protects mobile property. It would cover items stolen in transit, or damaged at a storage unit or other off-site location.
Business interruption insurance covers the cost of a temporary closure. For example, if a dispensary needed to close for renovation after a fire, this coverage would reimburse the business for lost revenue, daily operating expenses, and a temporary relocation.
Burglary and theft are some of the most common claims faced by small business owners. Cannabis business owners in particular take on a lot of risk due to their valuable inventory. Property insurance covers the cost of stolen items, along with any damage caused by a burglar.
Commercial property insurance includes financial protection against storms. It could cover the cost of replacing a roof damaged by hail, or a window broken by a tree limb during a hurricane.
Be aware that most policies don't include coverage for flooding or earthquakes. However, you can still buy this protection separately.
Fires are one of the most costly claims. For cannabis business owners, loss of marijuana, CBD products, and other inventory could be financially devastating. Commercial property insurance helps pay for replacement of items damaged or destroyed by a fire, along with damage to the building.
Commercial property insurance can help cover damage caused by vandalism, such as graffiti or a broken window.
The damage caused by a fire can be devastating, and so can the financial losses while your business is closed for renovation. Make sure your policy includes business interruption insurance, also called business income insurance, to cover the cost of temporary closure due to a fire, a burst pipe, or other property claim.
Commercial property insurance covers some of the cannabis industry's most common and costly risks, but it doesn't provide complete protection. Owners of small cannabis businesses should also consider:
Product liability insurance: A product liability policy helps pay for lawsuits related to your product, such as a claim that a faulty battery in an e-cigarette started a fire.
Are you ready to protect your cannabis business against fire, theft, and other expensive property claims? Contact our licensed cannabis insurance specialist to find a commercial property policy that matches your business's risks and budget.