By now, many business owners have heard of virtual inspections and may not be sure of what they are or how they work. Virtual inspections are indeed the way of the future and has become more evident during the recent year. Pandemic or not, businesses still need insurance coverage because catastrophes continue to happen and when they do, you’ll want to make sure you have the right insurance coverage.
There are many reasons the power could go out at your jewelry business that don’t involve crime. High winds from a storm, a traffic accident, a planned outage or simply the handy work of a critter chewing on power lines can all cause power outages and have the potential to disrupt your business.
Here are a few steps you can take before, during and after a power outage to protect your jewelry business.
During winter months, there are many threats to your business’s physical structure that could leave you out in the cold when it comes to repair costs. More importantly, if the damage to your building is significant, you may be forced to close until repairs are made – meaning you’ll miss out on serving your customers and generating revenue.