174 E. Tall Oaks Cir Leased Annual Unfurnished $4950/mo
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We bought a Fixer Upper at 101 Winter Club Ct
Contact me before you sign a contract and I'll give you key clauses to insert. Also, I highly recommend hiring your own inspector to check the underlayment prior to installing the barrel tile and a final inspection. I have a great inspector that is also a licensed GC. The town inspector only walked the front yard and signed off.
My tile installer charged $600 to install the stone and it took 2 guys ~7 hours. I did everything else myself. He charges $2/SF to install the porcelain "wood look" tile flooring and it took 4 guys approx 4 days to do the entire house. It's dead flat with minimal grout lines. He did such a good job, I had him tile our entire 800SF patio with a tile that looks like stone.
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The Garage Door is the Weakest Opening in a Hurricane! Here's a Simple Way to Make it Stronger for $11 ea
This was my inexpensive fix. If you are out of time and the hurricane is approaching, try using your car bumper to support it (put a towel in between). Buy a Dade County approved metal garage door brace at www.Securedoorbraces.com
All new tile, onyx counters, removed light box, added new lighting. Trim and paint are next.
The plumbing in Oaks East is Poly B and was the subject of a class action suit against Shell Oil that was settled for $950M in 1995- Click Here for info. The plumber I used to replace the piping was awesome and they did it in one day for less than $10K, but there is a lot you should know before signing the contract. Contact me and I'll send you the additional text to insert. The photo above is not poly B and luckily this leak occurred before we purchased the house. Click Here for a Visual Tour of the plumbing job.
I discovered my new solar powered roof vent has a plastic screen and rats and squirrels chew through it to get into the attic. Home Depot sells a steel screen for $25 to screw to the plywood inside. Make sure the screws are <1/2" so they don't poke through the underlayment. If you haven't replaced your roof yet, have the roofer do it.