Floridians are getting a better deal for home improvements

Floridias are getting more bang for their buck when it comes to home improvements.

According to a new report by the National Association of Home Improvement Professionals, the state of Florida has the nation’s highest number of home improvement contracts for the average homeowner, but that hasn’t stopped some Floridans from finding ways to make more money.

The report analyzed all of the home improvement contract information from 2015 through 2017 and found that Florida was ranked first in the nation in the percentage of home improvements completed by contractors that made more than $1 million, with a median value of $2.9 million.

The majority of home renovations are done by home improvement contractors, but Florida has also been named one of the top states in terms of home maintenance and repair contracts.

According the report, home improvements were the No. 1 cost to complete for both individuals and families.

The average home repair and remodeling cost $1,634, according to the report.

The average cost for remodeling a home was $2,935, followed by repairs for a home to a basement and then a roof to a home.

The median value for home maintenance was $3,095, while the median value per contract was $4,091.

Home maintenance and repairs are often performed by contractors for the homeowners’ associations and other nonprofit organizations, such as the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Home improvement is also an important cost to pay for for people who have insurance, because it is the largest expense of any expense that people are eligible to cover, the report said.

According this report, the median amount of insurance coverage for homeowners in Florida was $8,842.

This is higher than the national average of $7,622, and is slightly higher than for renters, who were insured for $7.622 and for people with no insurance at all, at $6,638.

The cost of home insurance in Florida is expected to rise to $13,854 by 2021.