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Enough variables already impact your bottom line—you don’t need to worry about the weather too. Understanding how weather impacts your business—and mitigating that risk—helps you stabilize revenue and stay ahead of the competition.

Excess or Inclement Weather

For many businesses, weather acts as a silent partner—until bad or excessive weather threatens your company’s financial stability. We’ll use our expertise across multiple industries to pinpoint your biggest weather-related risks, then deliver a weather insurance policy that effectively manages those risks and protects your bottom line.


Lack of Weather

For some businesses, too little rain or snow can be debilitating, diminishing earnings during what’s typically the most profitable time of year. We’ll work with you to identify relevant weather variables during a given time period, then build a weather insurance policy that helps protect your business against lost revenue.

Whether you’re worried about too much or too little weather—or a streak of abnormal weather—we can help.
How it Works
  • Identify Concerns

    Give us a call or send a message and tell us about your long-term weather concerns so we can help identify variables that represent the biggest risk.

  • Create a Policy

    Based on your concerns, needs and your area’s historical weather information, we craft a policy to ensure you’re protected if the unfortunate happens.

  • Automatic Activation

    Once you approve and pay for the policy, it’s set. And if it’s triggered, there is no tedious paperwork to fill out.

  • Get Paid Fast

    After your policy triggers, you’ll typically receive your payout in less than two weeks.

What Our Customers Say
“Weather coverage enables us to protect ‘hard’ expenses that are in the budget, which will require payment whether the event is delayed or cancelled.”
— Dennis B., Beach Soccer Club,
Virginia Beach
What Type of Weather Presents a risk to your Event?
Did you know?

Accumulating snow might be great for bread and milk sales, but it can quickly hinder event attendance and earnings. For some businesses, too little snow can be a problem. Tell us your snow-related concerns—and the related financial risk—and we’ll help you build a weather insurance policy, so you don’t have to put your bottom line on ice.

Did you know?

Regardless if your event is rain or shine--rainfall is one of the quickest ways to reduce attendance and sustain financial losses. Let’s discuss how rain could impact your event—we’ll create a weather insurance policy to keep your earnings from getting soaked.

Did you know?

For seasonally focused businesses or even a one-time event, abnormal temperatures—whether too high or too low—can spell trouble for attendance and earnings. We’ll help you identify problematic temperature patterns, then create a weather insurance policy to shield your business from temperature-related risk.

Did you know?

Weather can be costly—even permanently damaging—to a wide variety of businesses. The good news? Businesses now have more control over mitigating the potentially disastrous effects of adverse weather. That includes a weather insurance policy designed with specific risks and parameters in mind, minimizing the loss incurred by extreme or simply inconvenient weather.