AAG Insurance was established by Anthony A. Giangiordano (Tony “G”) in the early 90’s. Tony, a Harford County resident since the 70’s is a Bel Air High and University of Maryland Alumni. AAG Insurance is fully staffed with licensed insurance agents to serve your insurance needs and answer your questions.
We are an independent insurance agency and independent agents are licensed professionals who represent a variety of insurance companies offering all types of protection. This flexibility allows us to select a plan that is tailored to suit your needs.
In 2002, we were chosen to represent Erie Insurance (a JD Power top-rated company).
We are also a representative of the Hartford AARP auto program in Harford County. We have a variety of other carriers that include familiar names like Encompass Insurance, Travelers Insurance, Progressive, Allied (part of Nationwide insurance group), The Hartford, Fredrick Mutual, The Philadelphia Contributionship, as well as many others. We can handle all of your insurance needs.
Posted: February 6, 2017Extreme winter weather can lead to serious damage to your home. Frozen water pipes can burst and cause a flood in your home and basement; a dam of ice within your gutter can divert the water to your interior walls creating a mess that will be costly to repair. Your homeowners insurance protects against specific types of damage, but every policy is different. Ensure you... Read Article
Posted: January 4, 2017You depend on your vehicle to get you from point A to point B safely and soundly, even when dealing with the hazards winter weather brings. From the moment your vehicle is in motion, winter driving demands your full attention. With rainstorms, black ice, slush, or a whiteout wall of snow, you are at higher risk of a collision or breakdown. While having auto insurance... Read Article
Great service and very friendly staff!
What a great company to work with - a very friendly staff!
The staff at AAG are friendly and exceptionally efficient.
Highly recommend this agency and especially Tony Giangiordano.