Thanks for the email as well and the information. Just to give you a little more information our company performs EIFS and spray applied fire proofing, both of which are difficult to get coverage on. Right now because we have to maintain the EIFS coverage with no exclusions we already are in the surplus market. I think the EIFS coverage may be the biggest issue driving this and why I keep being told by multiple agents that this is a "specialty" coverage issue. We have been with 2 different agencies the past 4 years and they both have had the same issue finding anyone to write the excess higher than 1M and both have been told its because of the specialty nature of the work. The agency we are with now is a large agency with offices around the country and Im surprised actually that they cant find someone to look at this. In fact this was one of the reasons that we made the switch after almost 30 years at the previous agency because we expected them to have additional resources and experience that could help facilitate getting someone to look at this with higher limits. With that said though I think one of the driving factors is there are only 2 carriers that I know of that will write the G.L. for EIFS without exclusions and one of them is questionable on the coverage, which puts us in a pretty tight spot.Im actually not sure how much of this is driven by the being a "fire protection" company because we actually are not a fire protection company. Ive had conversations with the agent and the underwriters and they have programs for fire protection companies which would be someone doing sprinklers or fire protection systems and we do not fall under those classifications on the fire proofing.Im going to reach out to the agent you gave me this week hopefully he has some different information or can point me to a carrier that would be interested in looking at this.Thanks again for the response.