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My Wife, Esther, and I recently spent 9 days in Southwest Texas, mostly in desert like areas. When driving from town to town in Southwest Texas, here are some thoughts that arose as we viewed the desert like landscapes.   Ø  It takes about an hour to drive the 60 to 70 miles between towns. READ MORE >>

On Good Friday, agency owner Henry Lowndes and his wife, Esther, visited some historic sites in Berkeley County. The first stop was at the ruins of the Biggin Church. The first Anglican church on the site was built in around 1710. These ruins are of the 4th church which burned in 1899 and are surrounded by an old cemetery. READ MORE >>

The Low Country has had a mild winter so far but it is always best to plan ahead. If we do get a spell of cold weather that knocks the temp down to the high teens or low 20s, you should know how to prevent pipes from freezing and breaking. Such temperatures can cause pipes to burst.  Some suggestions: READ MORE >>

The first cold snap of the winter (long overdue) is arriving and space heaters will be turned on. There are many kinds of space heaters – electric, propane, natural gas and kerosene. Electric heaters are the most expensive to operate but are the only ones safe to use inside your home. READ MORE >>

It seems like every organization asks for donations this time of year. How do you know which charity to give to? Some tips: ·         The IRS has a list of organizations eligible to receive tax deductible charitable contributions. Go to https://www.irs. READ MORE >>

C.T. Lowndes & Company is currently seeking a Personal Lines Customer Service Representative to join our dynamic team in Mount Pleasant. Our Agency does not merely want a satisfied customer, but rather a delighted and loyal customer, and our Customer Service Representatives are key to that mission. READ MORE >>

The rain is about over and most of the flooding will soon be gone. The damages done will remain for some time. If you have a National Flood Insurance Flood (NFIP) policy, here are some things to keep in mind about your flood claim. Call the insurance company or your agent to file the claim. READ MORE >>

In Charleston, SC, there is heated discussion about what will follow the demolition of the Sergeant Jasper Apartments, located in a prime spot on Broad Street.  What has been lost in the debate is Who was Sergeant Jasper? On June 28, 1776, the British fleet attacked a small sand and palmetto log fort at the eastern end of Sullivan’s Island. READ MORE >>

  Here are some answers to questions you may have. But be sure to understand that all insurance policies are not alike and you must read your policy and/or speak to your agent to determine your exact coverages.   First of all, is an earthquake a real threat in the Charleston area? READ MORE >>

    All vehicles (both for personal and commercial use) registered in South Carolina are required to be insured while being operated on a public road.   What are the SC State minimum liability requirements for auto insurance?   READ MORE >>

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