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As the building industry shows signs of life, the county is considering raising impact fees.
The Miami Herald is reporting that some Florida seniors are considering going without windstorm policies on their homes — or have actually allowed their insurance to lapse.
Three manufacturing industry groups for residential and commercial doors and windows have joined forces to create and release a new “standard practice" document for installing doors in the coastal environment.
Coastal Connection followed along as Belfast, Maine, builder Chris Corson built his first custom home designed to the strict Passive House standard for new construction.
Florida International University researchers have launched their brand new hurricane-force wind simulation test facility.
CitiLog - a small custom sawmill operation that specializes in harvesting and "upcycling" the often neglected urban forest.
August 24th marked the 20th anniversary of the date that Hurricane Andrew made landfall on South Florida's Atlantic coast.
It's a mild year for hurricanes, so far. But as emergency managers like to point out, it only takes one hurricane to ruin your day.
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