Living in South Florida, you know that hurricanes are a likelihood. While the Florida Building Code has come a long way since Hurricane Andrew in requiring stronger door and window materials, true impact-resistant glass is not mandatory.
If your roof has been damaged in a storm, is more than 15 years old and showing signs of disrepair, or you just want to update the exterior look of your home, now is a great time for a replacement or new installation.
While it’s one of the more expensive home improvement projects, replacing an aging air conditioning unit is one of the easiest ways to make your home more energy-efficient. And, you’ll start seeing the savings instantly on your next electricity bill,
Storm-hardening improvements are one of the most common projects here in South Florida. With insurance rates on the rise, more and more home and business owners are investing in hurricane protection, such as accordion shutters
Energy costs are constantly on the rise, and it’s especially painful for homeowners in Miami with year round cooling costs. But did you know that installing solar panels on your home in the Sunshine State can eliminate your FPL
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