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Re: New Chassidish Community Being Planned in Tampa
« Reply #840 on: Today at 11:25:51 AM »
Last longer without issues such as leaking, insulated better, etc.

Longevity is a non-starter, simply because everything here is newer than most of the rest of the country. The entire state of FL's population only hit 2 million in the 1940's, so there aren't a lot of old houses. I'm also pretty sure that the bulk of South FL's building codes were updated within the last 20-30 years to account for new data on hurricanes.

The other stuff is also hard to compare, because the weather the houses here deal with is very different than other places. Between the extreme heat, humidity, and heavy rains/wind, it's a pretty unique situation. All in all, the houses hold up very well.
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Re: New Chassidish Community Being Planned in Tampa
« Reply #841 on: Today at 11:34:06 AM »
Another one moved in today from boro park

Awesome! How many houses are currently built?