So, you’ve found your new apartment, signed the lease, and now it’s time to move in. You neatly packed all your prized possessions, taking time to individually wrap each delicate item and urge your movers to “BE CAREFUL!” whenever you saw them lifting something fragile.
In Florida, storms come and go throughout the year, but they’re especially frequent during hurricane season (June 1 – November 30). Prevent storm damage by performing year round home maintenance.
Although it probably ranks somewhere between a visit to the dentist and cleaning your gutters, reading your insurance policy is a necessary evil if you want to ensure that your policy information is correct and you’re receiving the right amount of coverage for your home and belongings.
The time has finally come. You’ve walked across the stage with your head held high, and pride within your every stride. Now that you’ve earned your diploma, it’s time to tackle the real world head first.
Outdoor kitchens are gaining popularity in the Sunshine State as families take advantage of Florida's great weather and gather in their backyards to enjoy a nice meal.
Raging winds, gusting rain, a frightening black sky and rumbling claps of thunder are all common occurrences during a hurricane. But considering that it’s been a decade since a hurricane made landfall in Florida, when was the last time you dusted off your hurricane plan?