C. W. Howard Insurance - Butler, Pennsylvania

C. W. Howard Insurance Provides Auto / Car Insurance, Home Insurance, and Business / Commercial Insurance for Butler, Seven Fields, Cranberry, Pittsburgh, and All of Pennsylvania

We don’t work for an insurance company. We work for you.

As an independent insurance agency, we aren’t bound by one insurance company but are free to shop multiple providers to customize the best plans for our clients.

We have relationships with a large number of quality companies who provide an array of coverage options, and we will assist you in making proper coverage decisions. The coverage we provide includes auto insurance, home insurance, business / commercial insurance, and life insurance.

Clarence W. Howard founded C.W. Howard Insurance Agency in 1951. The insurance agency has served Butler and Western Pennsylvania for three generations.

Each member of our team is dedicated to ensuring the best service is received by each client. Each team member also works toward achieving each of the points of the C. W. Howard Insurance 14 Points of Culture.

 

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