Solid wood floors. Brick on brick walls. Thick wooden beams. Rowhomes are a piece of history. Typically built more than 100 years ago, rowhomes were the most cost-effective way to provide homes for rapidly growing cities. Today, they continue to be a simple housing solution in cities where space is at a premium. People of all ages see the rowhome as a practical solution to living within the heart of a city.
However, owning this type of rental property comes with its own set of strengths and weaknesses. At Millers Mutual, we understand and appreciate the complexities of rowhomes. The subtle differences between a rowhome and a dwelling lend itself to different kinds of risks such as the type of roof and composition of the walls.
Our customer’s rowhome is a piece of history. Let Millers Mutual help protect it.