Central Insurance Companies

Category: Household Inventory


Don’t “Buck” You’re Exposure! Hunter’s should read!

FALL! My most favorite time of the year…Friday night lights, college football, local festivals, and of course, hunting season! There’s that magical feeling floating in the air this time of year, whether it’s the itch to get out into the…

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House fires – $1.1 Billion property damage per year!

Can you believe there was $5.5 BILLION in direct property damage in the US from 2012-2016? Whoa! And, can you believe October is almost over and November is nearing?! Well, it still is National Fire Prevention Month, so let’s learn…

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Preparing your Lawn Equipment for a Long Winter’s Nap

Despite my best efforts, my lawn is in pretty rough shape. It won’t be long until the frost comes along, my grass goes dormant, and I promise each blade of grass that I will do better next year (Spoiler alert:…

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Fire Prevention Tips For Your Home

Now that fall is in full force and winter is slowly approaching (even though it is over 80 degrees here in Ohio on this first day of October), it will be soon that people will be spending more time indoors….

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New Valuables? You Might Have New Risks

After the holiday season, many like to start the New Year by organizing new gifts and purchases and cleaning out the closets. As each year goes by and your needs continue to change, it’s easy to forget to update your…

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As Your Life Changes, So Should Your Insurance Policy

One of the most exciting times in life is purchasing a new home, whether it’s your first starter home or your final retirement home.  It’s an investment of money, but more importantly, it’s a commitment to family, life, and love. Purchasing the appropriate homeowners policy is…

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Diminish the Damage of Hurricane Season

The start of summer also means the start of hurricane season, running from June 1st through November 30th.  Meteorologists love to make predictions about how many hurricanes will make landfall and their potential severity.  Unless you live in a high-risk area that…

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