Commercial & Business Insurance | Archway Insurance

To our valued customers: Archway Insurance is now BrokerLink and we remain committed to providing our customers with exceptional service!

We are currently in the process of integrating our phone and computer systems. These changes, combined with a high call volume have led to longer wait times and we apologize sincerely for any inconvenience. Please refer to these tips so we may serve you more efficiently:

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this period of transition and thank you for your business.

As a business owner in Atlantic Canada, you play a key role in stimulating the local economy for growth. Whether leading a longstanding business or bitten with the entrepreneurial bug and launching a start-up enterprise, the products, services, and goods your company offers are a key to the future success of our region. Archway Insurance is here to protect the way you do business and cement your legacy.

Our commercial insurance products are designed to protect every aspect of your business from tools, computer equipment, and property to the health of your employees and even your reputation. Our commercial insurance brokers will explain the various products required to shield your business from the financial impact of a liability claim to ensure continuity of operations and the meaningful relationships you’ve built with customers and partners.


What is co-insurance?

A co-insurance clause determines the amount paid by you, limiting or reducing the amount paid by the insurance company, in the event that a commercial property suffers a loss and is underinsured. Co-insurance comes into play for both full and partial losses. To ensure you have the right coverage, talk to your Archway broker about the potential impact of co-insurance on your commercial insurance policy.

What is covered by business interruption insurance?

Business Interruption (BI) insurance protects a business against loss of net income due to a partial or total interruption in regular business operations. These claims must be a result of loss insured by the property policy and are usually limited to direct physical damage to the company’s building, machinery, equipment or stock.

What is a material change in risk?

A material change in risk is any change that materially alters the risk being insured. By way of example, if you were running a restaurant and decided to change your business operations to a bicycle repair shop then this would signify a material change in risk. Any material change in risk must be reported to your broker to update your insurance or you risk voiding your coverage.


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"Customer service at Archway is exceptional. I have always had positive experiences and the staff are professional, responsive and courteous. Would highly recommend them."
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"We live in Ontario and my son is attending College in Sydney which made arranging insurance a bit more difficult. Archway was amazing, the Customer Service I received was top notch. Great people to deal with."
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