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When it comes to the safety of our family and homes against an upcoming hurricane season, every homeowner wishes they could see into the future to know what they’re up against. Luckily, thanks to the hurricane researchers at Colorado State University, we’re provided their weather predictions for the...

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Increasing your home’s energy efficiency can not only lower your electric bills, but they also help save the planet! While there are big changes you can make to drastically reduce your energy consumption, like insulated glass windows, exterior home coatings, and cool roof shingles, there are al...

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Whether you’ve owned your home for years and years, or you just purchased a charming older build, you might be wondering what updates you need to make sure your investment is sound. Not only do building codes and regulations change over the years, but the conditions the home has weathered could mean...

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For security, energy-efficiency, and to protect against the Florida storms, builder-grade windows usually don’t come up to par. Most importantly for Florida homeowners, they’re not impact resistant. Ideally, your windows should protect you from ALL outside elements (and human ones) and should keep y...

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Every hurricane season, Floridians dust off their storm shutters and prepare to do the put-up/take-down dance at the whim of the local weather station. It’s not a matter of whether or not we will get hit by a storm, just a matter of how hard it will hit. Knowing the certainty of storms here in Flori...

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If you live in Florida, you know hurricanes are a risk every year. But with signs of La Niña in the Atlantic, this year’s hurricane season is currently on pace to match the number of named storms in 2005’s record-breaking season. As of August 2020, we have had 11 named storms in the Atlantic one mon...

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Florida’s Building Code requires impact windows or exterior protection used over the windows of homes in some areas of the state. In fact, certain counties and cities may have even more stringent requirements for their resident’s windows. If you’re planning to replace your windows, make sure you get...

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Surviving a hurricane may sound like a once-in-a-lifetime ordeal, but most residents of Florida know that hurricanes are a simple fact of life. With the right preparation for your home—especially for its more vulnerable components like windows and doors—you can enter each hurricane season with confi...

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