Punta Gorda Waterfront Guide
Did you know the City maintains our waterfront seawalls?
This was a considerable saving and provided peace of mind to our waterfront residents when Hurricane Irma swept in and damaged 15 miles of seawalls. The response from the city was swiftly accessing the damage along with implementing a remediation and replacement plan.
The cost to replace a seawall according to Peter Aratari with Marine Contracting Group can be quite substantial, and most insurance will not cover the cost for repair or replacement of a seawall.
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Choosing a waterfront property can be a little more complicated than just a beautiful view.
Dock and boat lift construction can be expensive at times. It stands to reason that all subterraneous conditions are not the same. Some of our local waterways are composed of very different terrain and may require the penetration of rock when installing or extending a dock.
Installation of piling, docks, and boat lifts can be achieved, but only with expensive drilling equipment. It pays well to know which properties are going to incur these additional fees.
Making a home purchase shouldn’t have surprise elements when upgrading your personal boating needs.
Knowing of possible costs on this matter can be reflected in your offer so as not to set you back in the future of your waterfront upgrades. The right information could save you 10,000.00 easily.