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Your Home, Your Belongings, & Your Family

As a homeowner, you’ve got a lot to protect beyond your house. You need insurance protection for the structures that surround your home, your personal belongings and most importantly, your family’s assets. Protect all of this with a homeowners policy from Gulfstream.
Homeowners Insurance
Insurance policies aren’t “one size fits all.” That’s why we offer additional coverages that allow you to customize your policy.
Condo Insurance
As a condo or townhome owner you’ve got a lot to protect including the interior of your condo, your personal belongings and you.
Renters Insurance
Your landlord has insurance to protect the structure of your home, but it doesn't protect you or your belongings.
Flood Insurance
Flooding! It happens in every region of the country, near water and inland, in high-risk flood zones and low-risk zones.
Fire Insurance
A Dwelling Fire policy (Coverage A) covers the same perils that are covered by a Homeowners policy. Click the link to learn more.
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Talk to a local insurance Pro. Gulfstream agents are located in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, South Carolina & Texas.
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STORM PREPAREDNESS

Advice & Tips On
How To Stay Safe.

Storm/ hurricane season is June 1 to November 30. The best time to prepare for summer storms is before they start.

In areas that frequently get hit with tropical storms and hurricanes, it’s a good idea to have a closet or an area set aside to store everything you need if disaster strikes. You should also have an emergency kit that you can grab and go if you have to evacuate.

It’s important to know the difference between a watch and a warning.

A watch lets you know that weather conditions are favorable for a hazard to occur. It is time to get ready,  make sure you know where your emergency supplies are, discuss your emergency/evacuation plans with your family, and monitor the weather to find out if conditions have deteriorated.

A warning requires immediate action.  It means that sustained winds above 73 mph are expected somewhere within the warning area. The National Hurricane Center says “Because hurricane preparedness activities become difficult once winds reach tropical storm force, the hurricane warning is issued 36 hours in advance of the anticipated onset of tropical storm force winds (which are 39 to 73 mph) “.  For those people who haven’t been proactive, there is still a buffer for last minute preparations.

We want you to be prepared so we have consolidated in one convenient place information, lists and contact info.

Stay safe and dry!

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Storm Protection

Protect Your Home
From Storms This Season

The Atlantic hurricane season officially starts on June 1 and ends November 30, which means storm season is right around the corner. Based on records dating back to 1950, weather experts have said the average hurricane season consists of 12 tropical storms (sustained winds of 39 mph). On average, seven of these become hurricanes (when winds reach 74 mph).

What’s in store this season?

According to forecasters at Colorado State University, this season is predicted to be 65% above normal average hurricane season. The La Niña we saw in September is expected to last through the spring which will could bring us another heavy hurricane season.

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Theft or damage to your home can be disruptive, and even catastrophic. We want to make your next step a smooth and easy one. You can have peace of mind knowing you have experienced claims professionals ready to guide you every step of the way.

Repairing Damage
Whether you need emergency water removal or help with repairs, after you file a claim you’ll need the right professional to assist you; one you can trust to do only the highest quality work. Gulfstream has worked with many skilled repair professionals across the Gulf Coast.*

To report a FLOOD claim call 888-481-1159

Call 866-485-3005 or click to Report Online

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Customer Service: 866.485.3004, option 4

Flood Claims: 888.481.1159

All Other Claims: 866.485.3005

Gulfstream Address for:Policy Payments & Correspondence

P.O. Box 100248
Columbia, SC 29202-3248

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Customer Service: 866.485.3004, option 4
Flood Claims: 877.254.6819
All Other Claims: 866.485.3005
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Policy Payments & Correspondence:
P.O. Box 100248
Columbia, SC 29202-3248
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© Copyright 2021 – Gulfstream Property and Casualty Insurance Company | Privacy Policy | Legal Notice
Gulfstream uses credit-based insurance scores in some states. See FAQ for more information.