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Central Insurance Stops By to Say “hi”

Executives from Central Insurance visited our offices in Georgetown earlier this year. Here Michael Guth, senior vice president of personal lines underwriting, talks with Lisa Roppolo about the agency’s success. Last fall, Central Insurance honored…

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Ask EEBINS: Why would we insure a wedding?

Wedding bells are ringing in our family. Is it true you can get a wedding insurance policy, and why would I need one? Great question! Americans spend millions of dollars on wedding every year. In…

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What about Flood Insurance?

Agent Insight: Home – Flood Insurance Basics It’s hard to imagine a flood when Central Texas has experienced prolonged droughts. But flooding is a threat to property, and every homeowner needs to understand one thing:…

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Raining in Georgetown, Texas

We love living in Georgetown, and here's one reason why: great entertainment! The Georgetown Palace Theatre presents the musical version of one of the most popular American movies of all time, Singin’ in the Rain,…

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How fire-safe is your home?

How fire-safe is your home? An inspection of rural homes last year in three states most afflicted by house fires showed that 80 percent did not have a smoke alarm in every bedroom. Even in…

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Georgetown: Good for your health?

Did you know that living in Georgetown and around Williamson County may be good for your health? In 2011, County Health Rankings ranked our home field first among Texas counties as a healthy place to…

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Tips: Driving on Ice

Is it time for Winter Storm 2012? It's February in Central Texas, and on any given year, we may get a Texas storm that freezes our roads for a day or more. We want Georgetown…

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Home and Car Insurance Tips

Why lowering your insurance coverage is not the best way to save money. Reducing your home or auto coverage may expose you to financial liability issues. We consider insurance just that: investing now in order…

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Home Tips: protect your pipes in freezing weather

Our first hard freeze of this season came in early December, and Central Texans should expect more freezing temps in January and February. Every year, homeowners face the threat of indoor flooding if pipes burst…

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