Thanks, Michelle, for all the information.
That's something to keep in mind about
the high humidity beginning in June. Maybe we'll wait till then. I imagine you didn't have air conditioning when you had to take all those showers? Michelle, if a person was sensitive (having asthma issues from the heat) to the heat and humidity, would staying in their air conditioned house during the hottest part of the day help a lot?
I've heard about
the alligators near lakes and ponds, that's so different from up here. We've been checking for sinkhole areas online. We definitely wouldn't want to invest in a house that could have that issue.
Have you been to Jacksonville, Michelle? According to some websites, they have a particle pollution issue. I definitely wouldn't want to be near a lot of industry and a lot of traffic with my multiple chemical sensitivity issues and asthma.
One thing we're checking on too is whether a property is considered a high flood risk. That would probably give us a higher flood insurance cost and the area might have standing water which could give me more of a mold issue to contend with.
Michelle, did you use to live in southeast Florida? Were there any other negatives about
living there other than the pollen? Can I ask what area you live in now? There is less pollinating going on in your area? Is that because there's more trees than flowers?
I imagine you're enjoying 70 degree type weather there. It's under 0 degrees right now, we'll probably have a high of 15 degrees.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.
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