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Homeowner’s coverage doesn’t have to be difficult to understand. A basic

Tomorrow Homeowners Insurance Policy will cover the following:

  •  The structure of your home

  •  Replacement costs

  •  Personal possessions (up to a set limit)

  • Living expenses in case of a disaster

  • Liability


You can also add supplemental policies such as:

  •  Valuable Articles/Floater policies

         (i.e. Jewelry Insurance)

  •  Flood policies

  •  Umbrella policies (additional liability)

  • Classic Car Insurance – Your classic car is an icon. Insure it well.

  • RV and Mobile Home Insurance – Home insurance for your home-on-the-road.

  • Boat and Watercraft Insurance – Insurance coverage for the captain of the ship.

  • Auto Insurance – Get the right insurance coverage for your car, truck, van or

        other vehicles.

  • Motorcycle Insurance – Ride safe and insure your motorcycle.

  • ATV and Motorsport Insurance – Insurance policies that cover all your toys.


The insurance protection you need when you’re on the move:

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327 New Leicester Highway

Asheville, NC 28806


Tel: 828-225-3210

Fax: 828-225-3211

China Grove

113 N. Main St. 

China Grove, NC 28023

Tel: 704-8579003

Fax: 704-792-2814


3775  Highway 73E

Concord, NC 28025

Tel: 704-782-2073

Fax: 704-792-2814


107 North Maple

Graham, NC 27253


Tel: 336-226-4200

Fax: 336-395-8555

Mars Hill

26 South Main Street

Mars Hill, NC 28754


Tel: 828-680-1333

Fax: 828-680-1335


Monday - Friday 

9:00 am to 5:00 pm


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Renters insurance helps protect you and your belongings if the unexpected happens. A landlord's insurance policy covers the building, but not your personal things.

If you rent an apartment, condo, house, etc., you need renter's insurance.​


​What type of damage does renters insurance cover?​

  • Fire​

  • Smoke damage​

  • Vandalism​

  • Theft​

  • Windstorm​

  • Water damage​

  • Visitor injuries​

  • Electronics and appliances (television, computer, etc.)​

  • Furniture and clothing​

  • Extra expenses if the property is uninhabitable due to a covered loss​

  • Accidental damage to someone else's property​

  • Medical expenses and/or legal fees if someone is injured on your property

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