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4 Steps to Handle Mold

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Mold is one issue that all homeowners wish to avoid. However, if you are faced with mold- do not panic. There are many tips and techniques that can help you clean after discovering mold in your home.  Make sure to fix the problem immediately. Whether it was a plumbing leak or another water issue that… Read More »


Water damage? What to do next.

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There is a lot that homeowners should know in case of potential water damage. Properties can undergo water damage from a variety of reasons, including leaking pipes, damaged sewage lines, natural disasters, and more.  If you are currently dealing with water damage in your home, here are some things to keep in mind. Make… Read More »

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Getting your AOBs PAID: 2-Minute Checklist

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With the advent of House Bill 7065 becoming effective last year, many roofers, water mitigation companies, mold remediation contractors, general contractors, plumbers and electricians have either stopped doing AOBs or are finding it a challenge to get paid by the insurance company. This two-minute video reviews five key reminders that will make getting paid on your AOB work… Read More »

Citizens Insurance, Florida’s Insurer of Last Resort, Looks For Higher Rates

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The Citizens Insurance Corporation’s Board of Governors is on track to approve a 3.7% rate increase for 2021. However, CBS Miami reports that they have chosen to put the final decision on hold until late January, allowing staff members to consider the possibility of higher rate increases. Chairman Carlos Beruff voices his concern of… Read More »

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