Venture Construction Group of Florida (VCGFL) sponsored the 9th Annual Treasure Coast Bike Fest Jan 30-31, 2016. The two-day event kicked off at Memorial Park in Stuart and featured live music, a bike parade, tattoo contest, a “Salute Our Military” celebration, food and merchandise vendors, and more. Over 3,000 individuals attended this year’s event. All [...]
In recent coverage from WPTV Channel 5 West Palm Beach about the recent hail storm that swept through Treasure Coast, Palm City resident Mary Ann Kiely talks about the storm seeming to hit out of nowhere. She describes how the skies darkened, wind was violently gusting, and golf ball sized hail damaged the screen covering her lanai. This resident was lucky that no further damage was done to her home, however, thousands were not as lucky, suffering minor to severe storm damage to their homes throughout Martin County, Stuart, Palm City, Okeechobee, Port Salerno, and Hobe Sound. The hailstorm that swept through Treasure Coast on April 27, 2015, left many homes and businesses with extensive hail and wind damage. There are ways to protect your home to prepare for these types of extreme weather situations and future storm events. (Video Credit: Imagine Imaging)
Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. Know what actions to take before, during, and after a hurricane to protect your life, family, property, and belongings.
The recent hailstorm that swept through Treasure Coast on April 27, 2015 left many property owners in Florida throughout Stuart, Okeechobee, Port Salerno, Palm City, Hobe Sound, and Martin County in need of major roofing, screened porch repairs, pool enclosure repairs, and siding and gutter repairs. Many Floridians are now left with the devastating aftermath of golf and tennis-ball sized hail and wind gusts upwards of 60 mph.