How does the exposure impact a waterfront property with regards to shade, sunset/sunrise views, storm exposure, etc…?

Homes on the water are exposed to greater weather elements than non-waterfront homes. Mother Nature tends to be less forgiving to a home on the water — wind and driving rain can be particularly fierce — so it is important to understand what precautions you can take to help protect your investment. Ask us about the best building materials for highly exposed areas such as Chesapeake Bay frontage.

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