Will Homeowners Insurance Cover My Driveway, Shed, Or Other Structure?

Homeowners insurance is not one-size-fits all. Policies can be custom-tailored to suit individual needs. However, the majority of homeowners insurance policies include coverage for other structures on the property to help repair or replace structures that have been damaged by a covered risk. What Is Homeowners Insurance? Homeowners insurance is a policy purchased by a homeowner and consisting of coverages to replace or repair the... Read Article

National Small Business Week - Meet Team Gillman

This week is #NationalSmallBusinessWeek and we'd like to take a moment to recognize all our team members for their hard work and dedication over the years...insurance problem solving at its finest! Also, we must recognize all our loyal clients over the last 26 years - we thank you for your business & continued trust. 🎉 SPECIAL SHOUTOUT TO OUR SMALL BIZ CUSTOMERS, without you, we... Read Article

Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

Spring has sprung and you know what that means? Time for Spring Cleaning! This handy checklist of exterior spring cleaning items shouldn’t take you more than a single day and is a big time and money saver in the long run. Touch Up Paint Your house paint can last a long time with minimal maintenance, but one of the simplest ways to extend that life... Read Article

Townhomes & Duplexes: How Much Will A Homeowners Policy Cover?

If you are considering purchasing a townhome or duplex, you may be wondering if coverage under a homeowners policy would be different than coverage for a single-family dwelling. Our knowledgeable agents will be happy to explain the coverage for each type of dwelling and help you find a policy that suits your needs at the best available rates. What Are Townhomes and Duplexes? Perhaps the... Read Article

Frequently Asked Fridays - If a pipe bursts in my yard, am I covered?

Many homeowner's do not realize if a pipe bursts in their yard it's their responsibility. Under homeowners insurance, any pipe damage within the home is, of course, covered. If any pipe damage happens in the street in front of your home, that is the city's responsibility. But what about the space between your curb and your home? If a pipe bursts inside your yard and... Read Article