NEWS

THE BENEFITS OF INSTALLING CUSTOMIZED WINDOWS AND SHUTTERS

One of the first things visitors notice about your home is its windows. Spectacular windows make a lasting impression, enhancing both the front of the house and its rear entertaining spaces. At the same time, gorgeous windows fill the home with illumination, making every day seem so much brighter.
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CAN HURRICANE WINDOWS BREAK?

Southwest Florida has some of the best beaches in Florida; the real estate is affordable, and there is a wide range of events nearly every day. Living in Florida does come with extra responsibility, though. The state experiences hurricanes, which means that property owners must be prepared.
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A GUIDE TO BUYING IMPACT RESISTANT DOORS

To ensure your home or business can endure hurricanes to minimal or no damage, it’s important to choose the best structural and exterior materials. Whether you recently purchased a new home or you want to upgrade your storm protection, impact doors are one of the most important elements to consider. How can you choose the right doors?
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AFFORDABLE HURRICANE ITEMS TO PURCHASE NOW

Living in Florida means that weathering a hurricane is a very likely possibility. Our state has suffered more direct hurricane hits than any other, and even if we aren’t directly hit, it’s often possible to just get a passing-through storm. When hurricane season approaches, it’s important to be well-prepared to minimize possible damage to your home and property.
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WHAT THE NEW TAX LAWS MEAN FOR HOMEOWNERS

You’ve likely heard about the new tax laws that were signed into law by President Donald Trump at the end of 2017. He has promised that many Americans will take home more of their paychecks, but what do these new laws mean for homeowners?
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WHAT TO PACK IN AN EMERGENCY KIT?

Essential Items for Your Emergency Hurricane Kit
When packing your emergency hurricane kit, it is imperative to think about your existing surrounding environment, and what types of issues occur regularly in the area. Is it prone to flooding? Are there electrical boxes which could fall?
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TIPS TO KEEP YOUR HOUSE WARM AND SAVE MONEY

With winter here you may already be starting to worry about those dreaded electricity bills that come along with heating your home. Instead of cranking up the heat or furnace there are some other things you can do to keep your home warm and comfortable without breaking the bank.
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HOW TO TARP A ROOF AFTER A HURRICANE

If you experience a hurricane, chances are your roof will be damaged in some form or another. That’s why it’s important to tarp your roof to prevent leaks after a hurricane. After a major storm, it might be difficult to get a professional team out to repair your roof right away. While you should schedule an appointment ASAP, it may be necessary to tarp your roof to stop leaks as soon as you possibly can.
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5 WAYS TO KEEP MOSQUITOES AWAY FROM YOUR HOME

Mosquitoes are nasty creatures who give the unpopular gift of annoyingly itchy bites. They are most common during the summer, but in warm weather climates with lots of water, they can be bothersome year round. The following five home remedies can help you prevent mosquitoes from being such a nuisance.
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HOW TO UPDATE YOUR HOME'S SECURITY ON A BUDGET

You want your home to be safe and protected, but many security systems are quite expensive. Luckily there are some low-cost ways to improve your home’s security to keep your family safe without having to break the bank. Check out these ideas to update your home security on a budget.
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MAKE THE MOST OF A SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WINTER WITH THESE GREAT ACTIVITIES

Southwest Florida may be best known for its summer activities including enjoying its many beaches, but there are also plenty of enjoyable activities that can be done during winter as well. Check out some suggestions for some great winter activities in Southwest Florida.
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HOW TO GET FEMA ASSISTANCE AFTER A DISASTER

If you’ve been affected by a disaster such as Hurricane Irma, you may qualify to receive FEMA financial assistance. The Federal Emergency Management Agency provides direct housing assistance which is available for a period of up to 18 months beginning on the date of a Presidential disaster declaration.
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