Flooding is a serious danger throughout Texas and the Gulf Coast regions for homes and businesses. Given the damages inflicted by Hurricanes Rita and Ike, purchasing commercial flood insurance would only seem logical; however, there are many businesses that choose to ignore the possibility of flooding. At Soules Insurance, we want you to have a complete understanding of the risks that go along with owning a commercial property in a flood zone and how to insure your property with the right amount of coverage in the event of a flood.

Most commercial flood insurance policies will cover:

  • Damages to the building itself as well as contents, including furniture, machinery and electronics
  • Sandbagging, which is a preventative measure in protecting against indoor flood damages
  • Any clean up and repairs necessary after the water has subsided. This can include debris removal, floor cleaning, repainting and more

Remember, flooding is not covered by a standard commercial property insurance policy. Soules Insurance will work together with your business to determine whether you qualify for flood insurance under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), and we will help you find a flood insurance rate that best suits your needs while also searching for discounts you may qualify for.

Contact Soules Insurance Agency about Commercial Flood Coverage

Whether you own a huge office, small retail shop or a warehouse facility, commercial flood insurance in Texas is a coverage you cannot afford to ignore. Soules Insurance Agency LP is one of the largest independent insurance agencies in Conroe, The Woodlands, Willis, Cleveland, Huntsville and North Houston area as well as the Interstate 45 corridor to Dallas. Our experts will help you identify how this coverage is right for you at a price you can afford.

Please call (936) 756-0671 to learn more about our Commercial Flood Insurance policies and what they provide or simply fill out and submit the online form below to receive a call and quote for your business in Conroe, Texas and the surrounding areas.