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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
Many buyers looking to renovate have asked about the possibility of asbestos in their “popcorn” ceiling. Asbestos was banned in “popcorn” ceiling in the late 70s, and was substituted… Read more
Blogged Mon Apr 1, 2013 by Juliana Touma Home Buying Going Green Property Q&A
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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
Are Key Biscayne buyers asking about homes with hot water tanks that are heated by their air conditioner. We recently installed Daiken VRV units that were able to use the heat blowing out of the machine… Read more
Blogged Fri Mar 29, 2013 by Juliana Touma Home Buying Going Green Property Q&A
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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
We recently completed a home on the key with a concrete roof. The roof is basically hurricane proof unlike a wood truss roof and could be an incredible investment for a new home buyer. Juliana Atelier… Read more
Blogged Tue Mar 26, 2013 by Juliana Touma Home Buying Going Green Property Q&A
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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
The newest type of insulation on the building market is closed cell sprayed insulation and one of the benefits of sprayed insulation such as “icyene” is that it has a greater resistance than… Read more
Blogged Mon Mar 25, 2013 by Juliana Touma Home Buying Remodel & Renovate Going Green
Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
Two (2) 1000 gallon light propane buried gas tanks could be installed in the front area next to the golf cart charging area. The tanks could be used to supply gas to clothing dryer, kitchen stove, outdoor… Read more
Blogged Fri Mar 22, 2013 by Juliana Touma Home Buying Going Green Property Q&A
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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
What solutions are realtors giving their clients when asked for homes with High indoor air quality?Since Key Biscayne is a tropical coastal community it gets a lot of rain. One way to prevent mold building… Read more
Blogged Thu Mar 21, 2013 by Juliana Touma Remodel & Renovate Going Green Property Q&A
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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
The building code on Key Biscayne has changed for new construction. We were recently asked to install a small drain that runs perpendicular to the driveway entry. This helps to stop flooding the streets… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 20, 2013 by Juliana Touma Remodel & Renovate Going Green Property Q&A
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Juliana Touma, Other/Just Looking in Miami Beach, FL
What solutions are realtors giving their clients when asked for homes with High indoor air quality? Since Key Biscayne is a coastal community it gets a nices breeze, one solution is to provide ventilation… Read more
Blogged Tue Mar 19, 2013 by Juliana Touma Going Green Design & Decor Property Q&A
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