There are 3 blog entries for May 2011.
Friday, May 20th, 2011 at 6:25am. 3,394 Views, 0 Comments.
Mighty A/C Drain Pump Invented By Local Boca Raton ResidentThis past March we received an online comment about a product called Mighty Pump, which is a hand pump that’s specifically designed for clearing clogs from A/C condensation lines.
I had never heard of Mighty Pump, so I called and spoke with the company’s president and found out that the product was introduced just a few weeks earlier. The owner had been a licensed air conditioning contractor in Boca Raton, Florida for over 30 years and knew firsthand how much water damage can be caused by a clogged condensate line. So, the Mighty
Pump was invented, which now sells online for about $70.
As an interesting side note, about 90% of central-air service calls are related to water leaks. Here are the…
Friday, May 13th, 2011 at 6:03am. 1,844 Views, 0 Comments.
A Good Start - the Use of an Attorney in a Real Estate Transaction
By James N. Reyer, EsquireMost of us know the old lawyer joke “What do you call 1,000 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? A good start!”, but once one gets past the initial dislike the average person may have for attorneys, one can actually see that the use of a Boca Raton real estate attorney is a good start to your real estate transaction. Your real estate sale or purchase is probably one of the largest financial transactions of your life - just like you would not act as you own dentist and drill out a cavity in a tooth, you should not act as your own attorney.
The first point that needs to be understood is that the attorney in a real estate transaction represents you! Unlike some…
Sunday, May 8th, 2011 at 5:31am. 1,561 Views, 0 Comments.
Boca Raton Insurance Premiums
Boca Raton homeowners could see their Citizens premiums increased up to 25% a year as a result of the Florida Senate Banking and Insurance Committee approval of SB 1714. The bill allows Citizens to raise residential home insurance rates up to 25% a year in an attempt to get Citizens back to the insurance company of last resort not first choice. Many legislators claim that the rate increase is needed to make Citizens solvent. If a 1-100 year storm hit Florida, Citizens would have a $13.7 billion deficit. Since many insurance companies left the state in 2004 and 2005 because of the busy hurricane seasons, Citizen’s saw an increase in the number of policies from 820,000 in 2003 to 1.3 million in 2010. Legislators believe that…