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More Safety Tips for Independence Day

In addition to firework safety, there are other special safety concerns during the Fourth of July holiday. Americans spend the holiday grilling, going to the beach and doing other outdoor activities – all of which carry with them their own safety concerns. When it comes to visiting your local beach, one of the most important […]

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More Ways to Celebrate Independence Day in South Florida

With the Fourth of July quickly approaching, the days before and after Independence Day are packed with fabulous events, proving that watching fireworks is not the only way to celebrate! From family friendly activities, to those just for adults, there are plenty of fun ways to spend your days celebrate the Fourth of July. While […]

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Recipes to Wow Your 4th of July BBQ Guests!

One of the most well-known Fourth of July traditions is the barbecue. But not just any barbecue! The Fourth of July barbecue is noted for its food and drinks. So if you are planning a barbecue this Independence Day, here are some easy recipes to make your party unforgettable! One traditional Fourth of July food […]

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10 Great Places to View Fireworks this Fourth of July

Throughout the United States, people gather in various locations every Fourth of July to watch fabulous firework shows. And South Florida is no exception. So where are the best places in South Florida to watch fireworks this upcoming Independence Day? Here are our Top 10 picks: West Palm Beach Waterfront. This event will feature performances […]

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Firework Safety Tips

Every year people are injured while using fireworks. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) fireworks start an average of 18,500 fires per year, causing 3 deaths, 40 injuries and about $43 million in damage. Even sparklers can be unsafe; they account for about 25 percent of fireworks injuries seen in emergency rooms. The […]

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Fourth of July Traditions Continue Through the Years

The Fourth of July, or Independence Day, commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, on July 4, 1776. For Americans, this day represents the birth of the United States of America as an independent nation. What many people may not know is that technically, the Thirteen Colonies separated from Great Britain two days earlier, […]

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Awning Windows: The Perfect Choice for Wide-Open Ventilation

Awning windows are casement windows with hinges located at the top of the system. Casement windows are defined as windows hinged from one side and able to open outwards and angled to allow the wind or breeze to come in while keeping rain out. The single awning windows can open inward or outwards, but the […]

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The Intangible Factors Many Home Owners Forget when Considering Window Replacement

Window replacement is a milestone in every homeowner’s life. It’s one of those moments when you want it but hesitate because it’s a massive undertaking, whether you have a professional come in or you attempt to do it on your own. You’ve considered the style, size, and cost and you are just about take the […]

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How to Stock Up For Hurricane Season

Though Florida’s weather has been relatively calm over the past several years, 2017’s hurricane season is predicted to break that habit. Experts say that this year is likely to see an unusual amount of storm activity. Don’t be caught off guard! An imminent storm is bad enough on its own without having to rush to […]

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Strange Atlantic Tropics in 2017: Early Start and an Unusual Location for Formation

Tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin is off to a quick start with three named storms already this year. But that’s just one of several strange events we’ve already seen during this Atlantic hurricane season. Here are four weird things we’ve seen so far this year, one of which happened before the Atlantic hurricane season officially […]

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