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Port Jefferson Station Homeowners Insurance

Newbrook Insurance Agency is proud to be located in Port Jefferson Station, NY.  If you are looking for homeowners insurance in our area, you could not have come to a better place.  Not only are we located in the community, but we are insurance experts and can help you get the correct coverage that is tailored to you and some of the lowest insurance premiums available to Long Islanders.  Fill out a quick quote form here and get started right now.   It will only take a minute and we will do all of the work to get you paired up with the insurance company that best fits your personal situation.

About Port Jefferson Station, Long Island

Port Jefferson Station was originally known as Comsewogue by the Native Americans that lived here.   William Tooker was the first Colonial resident and came here around 1750.  It became known as Port Jefferson Station around 1873 when the Long Island Rail Road began providing service to the area.

The population was 7,838 as of the latest census in 2010.  Most of the town goes to the Comsewogue School District but a very small portion is split up between the Three Village School District, Mount Sinai School District and the Middle Country Central School District.

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Newbrook Insurance Agency
14 Roosevelt Avenue
Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
Phone: (631) 473-7059
Fax: (631) 473-7592
Email: info@newbrookins.com

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Newbrook Insurance has been providing insurance to Long Island, including Suffolk County, Nassau County and all of our surrounding towns such as
Port Jefferson Station, Mount Sinai, Miller Place, Setauket, Stony Brook and Coram.