Do you rent an executive suite? The use of executive suites by small businesses has grown in recent years. The transition from home-office to executive suite brings on several new requirements for operating the business. One of those which needs to be filled is the need for insurance. When you move to a new office, you will often find that the landlord, or perhaps in this case, the manager of the executive suite, may require that you have general liability insurance. You may also need a policy that names the landlord as an additional insured on the policy. If that’s the case, just let us know. Stratum Insurance Agency LLC can help with this type of insurance
You have different options available with Stratum Insurance Agency LLC based on your needs. You can choose from a general liability policy that covers you both on and off the premises, a policy that just meets your landlords requirements, or from a selection of additional coverages, such as professional liability, property coverage and more.
Small businesses are often happily surprised that Stratum has available business owners policies available with general liability and coverage for your equipment (often found under the title “business personal property”) for quite low premiums. Over 750 types of business has this option available. Most quotes are available same day, with the option to purchase by electronic signature.
Whether you work at home, in a mobile business, from an office, or a retail space, it is important to protect yourself. Stratum Insurance Agency has options for all of the above.
How to request a quote for Executive Suite Insurance:
- Online: http://www.stratumins.com/business/
- By Phone: 949-270-0609
Quotes are available in almost every state.