Upcoming Holidays:  We will be closed Monday, February 21, 2022 in recognition of President's Day. 

About Us

About Us

Barton Insurance Agency has been serving the insurance needs of our clients for over 65 years. Our independent agency specializes in quality and competitive solutions for auto, home, business, and life insurance.

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Our Team

Our Team

With decades of experience, we're excited to make sure you get the coverage you need before you need it most.

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Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

We have access to the top insurance companies in the market. We focus on finding the right policy, at the right price, that you both need and want.

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Severe Cold Weather Prep Tips - Brought to us by MMG

  • Stock up on emergency essentials ahead of winter storms. Items like extra blankets, batteries, back-up power sources for cellphones, flashlights, matches, drinking water, and non-perishable food.
  • Confirm your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are battery operated and test they’re working properly.
  • Fill your vehicle’s gas tank and park in a heated garage if possible. If you park outside, periodically start your vehicle during the cold weather to maintain the battery in working order. Avoid travel during frigid temperatures unless necessary. If you must travel, carry an emergency kit with items to help keep you warm in the event of a break-down.
  • Be sure your wood and pellet stoves are clean and ready for supplemental use.
  • If you lose power, contain your home’s heat by keeping exterior doors and windows closed, seal any drafts, and close off interior doors to rooms you aren’t using and that aren’t vulnerable to low temperatures.
  • If pipes are located in cupboards, keep cupboard doors open until power is restored to help prevent freezing.
  • In the event you lose power and you need to utilize candles for light, do not leave candles unattended or within reach of children or pets.
  • Do not utilize open flame appliances such as a gas oven or portable grill inside your home to produce heat. These appliances produce toxic fumes, including carbon monoxide, and are combustible without proper ventilation.
  • Be sure to keep children and pets inside during frigid temperatures. If you need to take your pet outside, only do so for short periods of time.


Insurance at Every Stage of Life.

We'll make sure your home, life, auto, and business are covered.

Auto Insurance

Auto Insurance

Wherever the road of life may take you, we'll make sure your vehicle is covered to get you there.

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Commercial Insurance

Commercial Insurance

No two people are the same, and our insurance professionals know this better than most. Our deep insurance knowledge and broad life experience inform our every decision, with only one goal in mind: your protection.

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Home Insurance

Home Insurance

Your home is your castle—and needs good coverage. Protect your property with a homeowner's policy should the unthinkable happen.

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Life Insurance

Life Insurance

Life insurance protects your family members and their future in the event of unforeseen death.

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