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Let's imagine a hurricane is approaching our area. These are some insurance related items you may want to consider as you prepare for the storm. ·         Find your insurance policies (automobile, homeowners, flood, boat, commercial, etc.). READ MORE >>

During the hurricane seasons of 2016, 2017, and 2018, many homes, particularly those on beaches, had flood waters (from ocean or rivers) come into the areas below the elevated floor of the dwelling. The waters rose, then fell, leaving behind a mess. READ MORE >>

Hurricane season officially started on June 1st! Do you know what to do if a hurricane is headed your way? If there is a possibility of a hurricane in your area, follow these tips for pre-hurricane safety. ·         Always attempt to evacuate if suggested. READ MORE >>

Hurricanes Florence and Michael spared the Low Country but they present a good opportunity to remind everyone about precautions as they relate to insurance. One good thing about hurricanes and the resulting flooding is that you do have time to prepare, time to think about insurance and documentation, and time to make a plan. READ MORE >>

Are you prepared in the event of a disaster? In the blink of an eye your area could lose power, cutting off access to food, water, important information, and other items that your family may need access to. If this were to happen today, would you be prepared? READ MORE >>

If there is a possibility of a hurricane in your area, follow these tips for pre-hurricane safety. ·         Always attempt to evacuate if suggested. Know your evacuation routs ahead of time. ·         Pay close attention to local news. READ MORE >>

Have a disaster plan prepared for your family? What about your furry-friend? In the case of an emergency, it’s best to be prepared to ensure the safety of your pet. Remember to never leave your pet behind if evacuation is required! They may be lost, injured, or worse. READ MORE >>

      After Hurricane Matthew brushed the coast line of South Carolina on October 8, it was discovered that Edisto Beach was particularly hard hit by hurricane winds and storm surge.   This was a concern to the staff at C. T. READ MORE >>

Congratulations to Governor Haley for having the wisdom to order the evacuation prior to Hurricane Matthew’s arrival in South Carolina. She and her staff were dead on in the assessment of the situation. The evacuation plan seemed to have worked very well. READ MORE >>

        C.T. Lowndes & Company owners and staff along with a team from Frontline Insurance and ServiceMaster of Charleston spent the day at Edisto Beach, SC surveying damage from Hurricane Matthew. READ MORE >>

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