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Living room after the flood (Photo by Justin Louis)
Living room after the flood (Photo by Justin Louis)
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Justin’s Home Renovations – Before and After Photos

I didn't even realize until I was doing paperwork that it was exactly six months to the day from the time that my condo flooded to the time that the repair work was officially completed.

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The First Phase of Renovation Completion [Photos]

As I mentioned yesterday, after a painful, six month long process, my home is finally getting back to a useable state.

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A Long Wait is Almost Over

Six months ago, I had a pretty unpleasant experience. I came home to a flooded ground floor in the condo that I had only owned for a couple of months. 

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A severely-damaged house on Second Street in Highlands, N.J.
A severely-damaged house on Second Street in Highlands, N.J. (New Jersey Office of Attorney General www.nj.gov/oag)
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Unregistered Contractors Charged in Wake of Sandy

They came to Monmouth County following Sandy and allegedly submitted estimates to undercover investigators to perform repairs.  Now, eight unregistered home improvement contractors have been criminally charged or civilly cited for allegedly violating the state's Home Improvement Contractors' Registration Act.

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NJ Finds 124 Unregistered Post-Sandy Contractors

New Jersey inspectors have found 124 unregistered contractors doing work on homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy since January.

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Volunteers Needed as We Restore The Shore

Catholic Charities needs your help as we continue to "Restore The Shore"

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Flickr user srqpix
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Home Improvement Firms Slapped With State Fines

Home improvement contractors and landscapers in Bayville, Brick and Long Branch are among 44 around New Jersey fined by the state Attorney General's office for violations of state laws.

K & C Landscaping of Bayville and Ray Alsing Landscaping of Brick were handed $4,500 fines each for operating without registering with the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs. Th

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