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Homeowners who paid increased flood insurance premiums will get refunds this fall, now that the rate boost has been repealed by Congress.
An Alabama Supreme Court decision marks a growing trend in the states to honor builder insurance claims for damage from bad work performed by subcontractors.
Coastal Connection goes on site to see the wells drilled for a geothermal heating and cooling retrofit.
Coastal Connection goes on site with New England Soundproofing in Boston’s South End to see how the crew soundproofs a wall separating a condo stairwell from the unit next door.
Got a hundred dollars? You can buy a building lot in New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward. But there are a few strings attached.
Homebuilding permits and starts have doubled on the north coast of Florida since 2012.
The “portal frame” method for bracing walls against wind and earthquake is still practical, following a series of changes in the fine points of the code.
Real estate data-crunching firm CoreLogic has released its 2014 analysis of flood risk to homes on the Atlantic and Gulf seaboard.
Rhode Island is joining many other states in a move to require builders and remodelers to study up on their profession.
A Connecticut news site wonders why flood-resistant provisions are required in some Connecticut coastal remodels, but wind-resistant improvements aren’t.
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