Westbury NY Home Insurance
Coastal Insurance Solutions is the leader in homeowners insurance in Westbury New York . We know that owners of luxury homes inherently present a lower risk for insurers and therefore, they deserve to pay the lowest premiums possible while maintaining broad coverage and superb customer service.
Coastal Home Insurance Solutions knows the emotional and financial investments involved in owning a luxury home and our dedication to protecting you and your family’s assets is our #1 priority.
Homeowners Insurance Discount Programs
- Water Leak Detection System discount (with or without alarm)
- External perimeter gate discount
- Lightning Protections System discount
- Perimeter security system discount
- Central Station Fire/Burglar Alarm discount
- Permanently installed generator discount
- Gas leak detector discount
- 24hr Signal Continuity discount
- Sprinkler system with water flow discount
- Full Time Live-in caretaker discount
- Low temperature monitoring system discount
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Information about Westbury
Westbury incorporated in 1932 as a village in Nassau County, New York in the United States. The population was 15,146 at the 2010 census. The Village of Westbury is in the Town of North Hempstead.
Westbury is a very diverse community, made up of Italian-Americans, African-Americans, Arab-Americans, Indian-Americans, and Hispanic Americans. Many of the Hispanics are of Salvadoran origin. Many of the Italian-Americans in the village trace their origins to the town of Durazzano in Southern Italy, and are closely related. A great number still reside on the Hill across from Saint Brigid’s Church. The nickname for the village since the mid-1970s has been “A Community for All Seasons” (presumably, because residents tend to live there 12 months of the year).
The first settlers arrived in 1658 in the region known as the Hempstead Plains. Many of the early settlers were Quakers. Westbury’s Jericho Turnpike was once a trail used by the Massapequa Indians. As far back as the 17th century, it served as a divider between the early homesteads north of the Turnpike and the great plains to its south. Today, it serves as a state highway complex.