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  • New Construction Homes

    What Does Florida’s Future Look Like for New Builds?

    The real estate market in Florida remains popular for new homebuyers, with its appealing climate and diverse culture. Over the next few years, the Florida real estate market is expected to continue to be active, and housing will remain in high demand. Keeping up with these Florida real estate market trends will most likely help…

  • What is an Insurance Umpire?

    What is an Insurance Umpire?

    The process of settling any insurance claim can be complicated, and it’s easy for potential conflicts to occur. An insurance umpire is a third-party mediator who is unrelated to both the policyholder and the insurance company. These professionals are vital in settling large loss claims and property damage disputes. Retaining an insurance umpire will typically…

  • Home Renovations after Wind, Water or Fire Damage

    Dealing with storm damage in Florida can often feel overwhelming. Storms can cause many issues, whether you are dealing with wind and water damage or fire damage to your home. Reaching out to a company that provides home renovation is vital in taking care of said damages. Professional contractors can often help you decide on…

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    Does the Benefit of Impact Windows Outweigh the Cost in Pensacola, Florida

    What Are Impact Windows? Impact windows are built to resist extreme weather conditions. These hurricane windows use a shatter-resistant film sandwiched between two glass layers to keep the window intact under impact. These windows are particularly crucial in Florida since hurricanes and tropical storms are more common than in some other areas. Installing hurricane window…

  • Should I Follow Architectural Styles of Pensacola when having a New Home Built?

    Should I Follow Architectural Styles of Pensacola When Having a New Home Built?

    Building a new home in Pensacola is always exciting. It’s also an opportunity to connect with the city’s rich architectural history. Some of the most popular styles in the area include Gothic Revival, Spanish Revival, and Frame Vernacular. Mediterranean Revival is also another popular option. Learning about these styles, as well as Pensacola’s building regulations,…