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Monthly Archives: July 2019

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5 Tips to Help Prevent Water Damage

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Household water damage is extremely common and can cause a large problem for homeowners- while costing them a lot of money in the process. Here are 5 tips to help you to prevent water damage from occurring in your own home. 1. Learn the location of your main shut-off valve. Don’t wait until an… Read More »

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FPL Settlement Approved on Irma Costs

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After Hurricane Irma swept across Florida one of the major consequences it left behind was damages regarding electricity. On July 9 of this year, utility regulators signed-off on a $1.3 billion agreement that involves Florida Power & Light’s expenses for the restoration of electricity after the hurricane. The settlement is between FPL, the state… Read More »

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Stop giving hurricane victims the insurance run around

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The residents of Florida have dealt with the consequences of hurricanes for years. Home damage and flooding are two major factors that affect the life of all residents. In addition to this, over the past years there has been another major consequence that went from being a blessing to a curse: insurance. The Tampa… Read More »

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Hurricane season begins: Things you may not know about one of nature’s fiercest forces

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The Alabama Local made a list of the 10 things you need to know about hurricanes as well as the important facts that we learned from las year’s season and here is what they pointed out: Number of storms last year: 15 named storms, eight hurricanes, two of them major ones. Where did the… Read More »

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The two Florida Republicans who voted against Hurricane Michael disaster aid explain why.

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On Monday June 3, The House of Representatives approved a $19.1 billion disaster supplement that is supposed to bring aid to communities that have been affected by natural disasters, such as hurricanes, wildfires and flooding. Two of the representatives who voted against the measure where Florida representatives Francis Rooney of Naples and Greg Steube… Read More »

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No Move to Tighten Building Codes As Hurricane Season Starts In Florida

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Panama City and other Panhandle residents have suffered from the consequences that Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Andrew have had on their homes. The strong winds of this storms wiped out the homes of some of this residents leaving them with nothing behind. Leslie Chapman-Henderson head of the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, spoke to… Read More »

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5 of the most powerful, destructive hurricanes in Florida’s history

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One of the things Florida is most known for is: hurricanes. AccuWeather came up with the 5 most know and powerful hurricanes that have hit Florida in the past years. Okeechobee Hurricane (1928): Making landfall as a category 4 hurricane near West Palm Beach on Sept 16, it caused over 2,5000 fatalities, most of… Read More »

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