Serve Customers Peace and Quiet with a Privacy Fence from Perimtec

Privacy Fence Kit in Miami, FL

According to a 2021 study by the International Casual Furnishings Association, nearly 90% of Americans say that having an outdoor space to enjoy as part of their home is more important than ever. In fact, demand for outdoor living spaces has been on the rise for years, due largely to pandemic conditions and the stay-at-home movement. Often, these outdoor living spaces include privacy fences, which provide both home and business owners with protection, privacy, safety, and even noise cancelation.

As a fencing contractor, you probably already know how popular privacy fences have become. You also know that building and maintaining those privacy fences are of utmost importance. After all, craftsmanship still matters these days. Unfortunately, building a gate or decorative fence from the ground up is easier said than done. One wrong mistake or even an incorrect piece of hardware can affect customer satisfaction. With so much on the line, many contractors are now using custom fence pieces and fence kits to serve their clients with high-quality, long-lasting privacy fences.

When it comes to the best privacy fence kit in Miami, few can compete with Perimtec products. Unlike many fencing companies, we provide a unique approach to fencing that allows you to design without limitations. Our innovative fencing systems enable you to customize the fence's height, width, frame color, infill material, direction of infill material, and gate kit combinations. As a result, you get fencing that perfectly matches your architectural design and landscaping vision while ensuring the beauty and durability you expect from Perimte fences and gates.

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Fencing company owners use our metal gate kits to create:

  • Backyard Gates
  • Privacy Gates
  • House Gates
  • Entryway Gates
  • Yard Gates
  • Side Yard Gates
  • Walkway Gates
  • Courtyard Gates
  • Wall Gates
  • More

Our gate kits have a robust aluminum frame design, making them perfect for low-cost double driveway swing gate construction. You can power them with an automatic gate opener or leave them manually operated for easy opening—the choice is yours. You can also add a double fence gate to your privacy fence to provide convenient access for your boat, mower, trailer, pool pump, utility equipment, or other backyard items.

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Noche de Arte - Art Residency featuring Mariantonia Gutierrez

This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.Miami|Local EventMon, Jun 10, 2024 at 5:00 PMInterContinental Miami, an IHG Hotel, 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL, 33131More info hereTaking place on Monday, June 3 a...

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Taking place on Monday, June 3 and every Monday thereafter from 5PM to 7PM, Noche de Arte, a special weekly Art Residency featuring local artists continues during June with an emphasis on Pride with visual artist Mariantonia Gutierrez. Maria is most known for her digital pieces and photography that showcase the intersection of art, technology, and society. Mariantonia will be in residence every Monday throughout the month of June, with works available for purchase. For more information about the artist, visit MagTrix.myportfolio.com.

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Is Miami, FL a Good Place to Live? 10 Pros and Cons of Living in Miami

Miami stands as a vibrant and diverse urban center, enchanting many with its stunning beaches, culinary fusion, and lively nightlife. But is Miami a good place to live? While it boasts endless entertainment options, career opportunities, and urban energy, Miami also presents its own set of challenges like high cost of living and hurricane risks. In this Redfin article, we’ll explore the pros and cons of living in Miami to help you decide if it’s the right place for you. Interested in moving to Miami? Check out: ...

Miami stands as a vibrant and diverse urban center, enchanting many with its stunning beaches, culinary fusion, and lively nightlife. But is Miami a good place to live? While it boasts endless entertainment options, career opportunities, and urban energy, Miami also presents its own set of challenges like high cost of living and hurricane risks. In this Redfin article, we’ll explore the pros and cons of living in Miami to help you decide if it’s the right place for you.

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1. Pro: Beautiful beaches

Miami is renowned for its stunning beaches, such as South Beach and Miami Beach, which offer pristine white sands and crystal-clear waters. These beaches are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and various water sports. The vibrant beach culture also includes numerous beachfront bars and restaurants, making Miami a good place to live.

Compare the costs of renting vs buying and find a lender to secure your mortgage. Use calculator Get pre-approved 2. Con: High cost of living

Living in Miami can be quite expensive, with high costs for housing, groceries, and dining out. The real estate market is particularly competitive, with a median home sale price of $620,000 and an average rental price of $3,087, significantly higher than the national average. This can make it challenging for newcomers to find affordable housing. Additionally, the cost of living can put a strain on residents’ finances, especially for those on a tight budget.

3. Pro: Professional sports teams

Miami boasts several professional sports teams, including the Miami Heat (NBA), Miami Dolphins (NFL), and Miami Marlins (MLB), providing ample entertainment for sports enthusiasts. The city’s vibrant sports culture offers residents opportunities to attend thrilling games and cheer for their favorite teams throughout the year. Additionally, with the recent addition of soccer superstar Lionel Messi to the roster of Inter Miami CF, the city’s enthusiasm for sports has reached new heights, drawing even more attention to Miami’s dynamic professional sports scene.

4. Con: Terrible traffic

Miami is notorious for its congested roadways, with traffic often snarled during rush hours and special events. The city’s sprawling layout contribute to the gridlock, frustrating commuters and residents alike. Navigating Miami’s highways and thoroughfares can be a time-consuming challenge.

5. Pro: Thriving nightlife

Miami is famous for its vibrant nightlife, with a plethora of nightclubs, bars, and entertainment venues. Areas like South Beach and Wynwood are hotspots for nightlife, offering everything from high-energy dance clubs to laid-back lounges. The city’s nightlife scene attracts world-renowned DJs and performers, ensuring that there’s always something exciting happening.

6. Con: Hurricane risk

Miami’s location makes it susceptible to hurricanes and tropical storms, particularly during the Atlantic hurricane season from June to November. These natural disasters can cause significant damage to property and infrastructure, leading to costly repairs and disruptions to daily life. Residents must be prepared for potential evacuations and have emergency plans in place.

7. Pro: Outdoor activities

The city provides a wide range of outdoor activities, thanks to its favorable climate and natural surroundings. Residents can enjoy boating, fishing, and water sports in Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The city also has numerous parks and green spaces, such as Bayfront Park and Oleta River State Park, where people can hike, bike, and picnic.

8. Con: Humidity and heat

While Miami’s warm weather is a draw for many, the high humidity and heat can be uncomfortable, especially during the summer months. Temperatures often soar above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, with humidity levels making it feel even hotter. This can make outdoor activities less enjoyable and increase the reliance on air conditioning.

9. Pro: Strong job market

Miami boasts a robust job market, particularly in industries such as tourism, finance, and international trade. The city’s strategic location as a gateway to Latin America makes it a hub for multinational companies and businesses. Additionally, Miami’s growing tech scene is attracting startups and entrepreneurs.

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10. Con: Touristy destination

Miami’s status as a popular tourist destination can pose challenges for residents, as the city’s attractions and beaches can become overcrowded during peak seasons. The influx of tourists not only adds to traffic congestion but also increases noise levels and strains local resources.

Rapper Sean Kingston To Be Extradited To Face FL Fraud, Theft Charges

The "Beautiful Girls" singer and his mother are accused of stealing money, jewelry, a Cadillac Escalade and furniture, per media reports.Patch StaffFORT LAUDERDALE, FL — Famed musician Sean Kingston will soon be extradited from California to South Florida, where he and his 61-year-old mother are being accused of fraud and theft totaling $1 millio...

The "Beautiful Girls" singer and his mother are accused of stealing money, jewelry, a Cadillac Escalade and furniture, per media reports.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL — Famed musician Sean Kingston will soon be extradited from California to South Florida, where he and his 61-year-old mother are being accused of fraud and theft totaling $1 million, per media reports.

Kingston, whose real name is Kisean Anderson, waived his right to fight extradition Tuesday, the Associated Press reported.

San Bernardino County (California) Jail records show he was arrested Thursday at Fort Irwin Road in southern California and remained incarcerated Wednesday. Jail records show he is currently ineligible for bail.

The 34-year-old singer-rapper and his mother, Janice Turner, are accused of stealing money, jewelry, a Cadillac Escalade and furniture, the Associated Press reported. Turner was arrested Thursday during a raid at Kingston's rented Fort Lauderdale mansion, the outlet reported.

"(Broward County) warrants in the case say that from October to March they stole almost $500,000 in jewelry, more than $200,000 from Bank of America, $160,000 from the Escalade dealer, more than $100,000 from First Republic Bank, $86,000 from the maker of customized beds. Specifics were not given," the Associated Press reported.

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RELATED: Rapper Sean Kingston Arrested In CA After SWAT Raids Florida Mansion

In Florida, Kingston is being charged on suspicion of the following charges, per Entertainment Weekly:

Meanwhile, Turner is being charged on suspicion of the following charges, per Entertainment Weekly:

Turner previously served more than a year in prison in 2006 after pleading guilty to bank fraud, Entertainment Weekly reported.

Kingston is best known for hits "Take You There" and "Beautiful Girls;" the latter sat at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for four weeks after peaking on Aug. 11, 2007.

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Cost of gas is up across Florida. Will the price rise as summer driving season starts?

Gas prices are on the rise again.In Miami, prices at the pump are nearly 5 cents a gallon higher over last week, although they’re still about 7 cents lower than a month ago. In Bradenton, prices are up about 7 cents a gallon. The cheapest gas in the state? North Florida, where the price can average 25 to 30 cents less a gallon than parts of South Florida.Across Florida, prices are up an average of 6 cents a gallon this week as summer driving season gets into gear (June is around the corner and school is out in a couple of...

Gas prices are on the rise again.

In Miami, prices at the pump are nearly 5 cents a gallon higher over last week, although they’re still about 7 cents lower than a month ago. In Bradenton, prices are up about 7 cents a gallon. The cheapest gas in the state? North Florida, where the price can average 25 to 30 cents less a gallon than parts of South Florida.

Across Florida, prices are up an average of 6 cents a gallon this week as summer driving season gets into gear (June is around the corner and school is out in a couple of weeks).

Here’s what to know:

▪ Miami-Dade: The average price: $3.53 a gallon, according to GasBuddy’s survey of nearly 1,700 stations in the region. That’s an increase of 4.9 cents a gallon from last week. Cheapest gas in the Miami area was $2.87 and the most expensive $4.79.

Fort Lauderdale: $3.55

West Palm Beach/Boca Raton: $3.69

Average: The average price for a gallon of gas in Florida on Tuesday, according to AAA, was $3.50, up 6 cents from last week.

Tuesday prices, according to AAA:

Bradenton/Sarasota: $3.50

Fort Myers: $3.51

Jacksonville: $3.45

Naples: $3.59

Orlando: $3.50

Panama City: $3.22

Pensacola: $3.26

Port St. Lucie: $3.53

Tampa/St. Pete: $3.52

Average: The average price for a gallon of gas across the country on Tuesday, according to AAA, was $3.58, down a penny from last week.

Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy: “With the summer driving season now underway, average gas prices have seen ups in some areas and downs in others. Most states are seeing prices slightly below their 2024 peak thus far, with some refinery issues in the Great Lakes weighing on prices there, while other areas, like the West Coast, have seen notable relief with more coming. June tends to be a month of smooth sailing, where we see gas prices decline in most areas, and that’s a trend that looks the most likely for drivers, barring unexpected refinery snags or a tropical storm developing. The national average over Memorial Day was down ever so slightly compared to last year—after adjusting for inflation, prices were down about 10 cents per gallon. Not a terrible way to kick off summer!”

There’s an app to help: The GasBuddy app was built to show motorists prices around them and a fuel tracker can update users on stations that have or don’t have fuel based on supply changes.

This story was originally published May 28, 2024, 7:22 AM.

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