Insurance Focus

Today I want to give you some more information about warehouse inventory insurance and what it could mean for you. So I recommend you to go to website: This is because they have got a bunch of information on their website for you to read through. But first I want to tell you something about storm damage, because you already know what warehouse inventory insurance can do for you. Storm damage, this is something you really can’t prevent from happening, so I want to tell you some more about it.

A storm is defined as a wind that has a force of 46 feet per second or more, you can also call this wind ‘’force seven’’. This is according to meteorologists, however, this is just a very strong wind. In the event of storm damage, there is an excess of two per mille of the insured amount for company buildings, want to know more about this? Go to website; This means that there will be a minimum and a maximum depending on the specific insurance. Sounds very complicated don’t you think? This is why it is so important to learn more about it.

Learn more about Deck-clause

There is a deck-clause in almost all policies when we talk about insuring commercial movable property. Broadly speaking, this clause means that when goods are stored below ground level. They must be at least 3 to 5 inches above the ground. On decks or shelfs for example. Want to learn more? Go to website: