Obviously even you are having a hard time telling the wireframes apart, because when they were copy/pasted someone forgot to change "page 1" to "page 2" for the business address pane. That alone should tell you there isn't adequate distinction between the two.
Your contact preference page uses some icons. Why not carry the icon theme back into the contact information? Feature the home icon on the home address page. Feature the work icon on the work address page.
I'd definitely revisit your icons. Workplace icons don't generally have peaked roofs. In general, "home" icons have a door and a peaked roof, while "work" icons have rectangular skyscraper outlines with windows on a grid pattern. I realize this is biased against people who live in apartment buildings, or people who work in ski lodges, but it's a pretty common set of conventions.
Think about when you should be asking for addresses. Do you really want or need to prompt your users to fill out both? Is there a previous prompt that indicated they needed to enter both addresses?
Think carefully about why you are asking for both work and home addresses. I have been online since long before the start of the web, and I promise you the only time I've ever filled out both work and home addresses online for the same website is never. If I'm doing something business related, I fill out my work address only. If I'm doing something personal, I fill out my home address only. And I don't fill out any address information unless and until I'm ready to spend money. A website that requests both is intruding on my privacy. A website that requests either before I'm ready to make a purchase is likely to get ignored in favor of a website that's not so nosy.
You may think a user will just click "continue" and skip past the addresses they don't want to share with you, but most people won't argue with instructions. Of those that won't, many will be left with a bad impression of your site. Lots of people have recently been spooked by data breaches, and are hesitant to share such data. Be careful that you don't offend them.