Which Home Improvements Add the Most Value to Your Home?

If you’re interested in remodeling your home or at least making some updates, you should keep in mind how those home improvements could impact the resale value of your home. While most homeowners make updates to make their homes more practical while they’re living in them, there are plenty of projects that can increase the value of your home when it comes time to sell.

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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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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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How to Create an Emergency Plan for Your Family

An emergency can strike at any point in time, so being prepared is the best thing you can do for your family. Creating an emergency plan is a sound idea, because people tend to panic during a crisis and it can be tough to keep a clear head. On top of that, there usually isn’t enough time to research all your options during an emergency so you often don’t end up making the best decisions in a hurry.

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How to Spot Flood-Damaged Vehicles

Thousands of flood-damaged cars turn up for sale after hurricanes, so knowing how to spot them can be the difference in getting a quality used car or a lemon. Hurricane Harvey caused damage to around half a million vehicles in Texas. Most of those had to be either totaled or scrapped, with water up to their windows or worse yet vehicles being completely engulfed by flood waters.

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How Energy-Efficient Windows Can Save You Money

You’ve likely heard something about energy-efficient appliances and other household items being able to save you money, but is this really true and how much can you actually save? Your home uses electricity in a lot of ways, so cutting down in certain areas can really lower your utility bills each month.

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How to Deal with Mold from Water Damage

After the hurricane season, your home may have suffered from some water damage. While that water can be quite destructive, eventually it can be cleaned up. What it does often lead behind though is mold, which can be quite dangerous if not removed.

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This Winter, Add Storm Protection Before the Hurricane Season Returns

If you experienced the latest hurricane season in Southwest Florida, you know how serious it can be. By our very nature, people are great at procrastinating. That applies to all areas of life, even when it comes to preparing your home for dangerous hurricanes. Don’t put your life or the lives of your family members in danger by waiting, start protecting your home for next hurricane season this winter.

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How to Winterize and Prepare Your Summer Home Before Arriving in Florida

At first, it might sound a bit contradictory to winterize your summer home, but it’s certainly worth it. If you live in another state during the summer but call Florida your home for the winter, you’ll want to protect your vacant home while you’re gone.

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How Does A Hurricane Form? – Infographic

Especially in children, there can be a lot of anxiety when a major storm passes through your town. Don’t let anxiety get the better of you – we have created this fun and informative infographic to describe the process of hurricane formation!

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