As the harsh effects of Hurricane Irma in South Florida slowly die down, Florida property owners are prepping for the long road ahead of rebuilding their homes and need to pick a contractor.
As the harsh effects of Hurricane Irma in South Florida slowly die down, Florida property owners are prepping for the long road ahead of rebuilding their homes and need to pick a contractor. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald File
As the harsh effects of Hurricane Irma in South Florida slowly die down, Florida property owners are prepping for the long road ahead of rebuilding their homes and need to pick a contractor. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald File

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September 14, 2017 04:01 PM

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