We are nearing the completion of a complete home remodel for a residence in St. Augustine Beach, FL. The house, located on D Street about one block from the ocean, has been a work in progress for a few months and is really taking shape. After a full interior and exterior renovation, we will be ready to landscape the exterior once we finish a few items on the inside. More pictures will be coming soon.
You may not have known that our very own Bill Lanni of Lanni Construction, Inc. is a FSHAA and ASA certified softball coach in the state of Florida. Bill Lanni, along with Michelle Robb (SUNY Binghamton) and Jana Owen (Flagler College) will be hosting a girls softball camp this summer on the campus of St. Joseph Academy in St. Augustine, FL. There are two sessions for this event that will take place over this Summer. This is just another way Bill gives back to his community and shares his talents with others. Please see the flyer for additional information for registration:
At Lanni Construction, Inc., we have comfortably been in our offices in St. Augustine Beach for over a year now. Our location is convenient to several new home and renovation projects we are currently working on. If you are driving on A1A Beach Blvd., take a look at our location and feel free to stop in to talk with us about your new home, home renovation or commercial project. We are located at: 4075 A1A South, Suite 100A, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080, or call us at (904) 471-8033.
We received a call from a Client to help them get back into their home. Of course we were very curious. She told us that there were bees swarming by her front door not letting her use that entrance. She said that she contacted several different exterminators but none of them kill bees. We set an appointment to go and see what we could do to help her. When we got there, bees were everywhere–but not aggressive at all. Ok so they were not Killer Bees. The “Honey Bees” were passive and we did NOT want to exterminate them. We contacted a local Bee Keepers Club in hopes that they might be able to remove them without harm. The Club was very happy to refer us to a member that can remove the bees and give them a happy home in a safe hive on their property. When we contacted the Bee Club member she came right over dressed in protective gear and with the proper equipment to remove the bees. We removed the T1-11 revealing a huge hive. It completely filled the space between the studs. The hive was 14.5″ wide and 72″ tall. The Bee Keeper used a knife to cut the honey comb out of the wall and then placed it into a large container. It took about 3 hours to remove all of the bees and hive. We paid her for her expenses involved in traveling to us and thanked her for rescuing the bees. Our client was very happy that we removed the bees and repaired her wall. Just another day and another satisfied Customer to add to our list. We checked with the Bee Keeper on the status of the bees and she told us: “They must be happy, their making honey”. We were pleased to save the bees and help our Client at the same time.
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