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In Austin, condos are just as common as any other living space. But how do you insure your condo and belongings?

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Uber and Lyft drivers are still operating in Austin's sister cities. And we can insure them!

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We are proud to support the Give 5 to Mother Earth campaign! Help us give back to our environment and community:

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Looking for a home improvement project? Some of these tips might get you lower costs on your insurance!

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Only one day left to vote for us in the Armadillo Awards! If we've provided a great experience show us your support!

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Only one week left to vote for us in the Armadillo Awards...Please show your support!

The folks over at I Buy Austin nominated us for two Armadillo Awards! We're up for the categories of "Austin Customer Experience" and "Just Because We Love You." If we've made an impact on you as a customer, we'd love to have your vote!

Love Bites—Get an Umbrella. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs each year, with half of those occurring on the owner’s property.  Dog bites, according to the Insurance Information Institute, account for about a third of all homeowner’s insurance claims, which only cover limited damages.
In today’s society, where lawsuits are increasingly common, we highly suggest a personal umbrella liability policy as a smart and cost-effective way to protect your entire family, the things you have worked hard to obtain, and future wages.

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While a fire pit can be a wonderful addition to your home, all fires are potentially dangerous. So before you sit down with some marshmallows to roast, we here at Britton & Britton Insurance have gathered up some tips from our carriers to help you keep that fire in the pit (and away from everything else).

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Yard work safety tips from 512 insurance

For many of our neighbors in Austin and San Antonio spring means more than sunshine, hiking and lakes. It also means working in the yard – often with chemicals that can be dangerous if not used properly.

Lawn Chemical Safety Tips from Texas A and M University

-If you use chemicals to control weeds or pests in your lawn, read the product label carefully so you understand the potential effects on humans, animals and the environment. Follow all instructions.
-Keep children and animals away from the application area, and protect your skin, eyes and nose during and after application.
-Remember, use only the recommended amount. Using more of the chemical will not do a better job.
-Ask yourself if you truly need to use a general pesticide. Is there a product that will specifically treat only the problem you need to solve?

From all of us at Britton and Britton and 512Insurance here’s to keeping both you and your lawn healthy this spring!
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