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Landscaping with Native Plants

Getting ready to spruce up your landscaping? Native plants (plants naturally found in our part of the country), are a great option. Typically requiring less water and maintenance, they are perfectly suited to the Ark-La-Tex. That makes them very easy to care for, especially compared to many exotic or invasive plants often used in home

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What to Do After an Automobile Accident

Not sure what information you need to collect in the event of an automobile accident? Print out our handy accident information sheet and place it in your glove box. If you ever happen to be involved in a car accident, you’ll have a convenient form to fill out that will help you remember to collect

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Baby on the way?

Do you have a baby on the way? September is National Baby Safety Month, and we’d like to send a friendly reminder to families out there who are expecting a little one to update your insurance policies to include coverage for the new addition to your family as soon as your new child is born.

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Flower Beds and Foundations

Have you ever wondered why people insist on planting flower beds around the exterior walls of their homes? Those flower beds do more than add curb appeal; they play an important role in protecting the foundation of your home. In the South, it can get very hot and very dry in the summer. In periods

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Driving Safely in the Wind and Rain

We’ve had several storms lately in the Ark-La-Tex. Do you take extra care when driving during inclement weather? Keep yourself and others safe by remembering these simple safety tips for driving in wind and rain. Driving in Heavy Winds Anticipate gusts. Notice larger vehicles. Keep a firm grip on the wheel.   Driving in Heavy

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Closing Up Your Vacation Home for the Season

Labor Day weekend is almost here, and for some of our customers it’s time to close up a beloved summer vacation home for the season.  Here are some tips to make sure your property is properly prepared for the winter season:   Inspect the property for damage, and make any necessary repairs. Turn off the

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