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From DIY projects to professional custom remodels, re-purposing salvaged building components is becoming cool in Florida.
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University of Florida researchers are shedding new light on the strength benefits (and moisture risks) of closed-cell spray-foam applied to the underside of roof sheathing.
Florida is the slowest of the so-called “sand states” to emerge from the housing recession. One reason is the sluggish pace of court action on foreclosures.
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