It’s fall in Bergen County. One day it’s cool, one day it’s warm as we move toward winter. Trees are ablaze with color as leaves swirl in the wind while they tumble to the ground. This is one of the most beautiful times of the year. Sunlight takes on a special glow as the days grow noticeably shorter. … Read more »
Is there a tree by the curb? If so you’re in luck because that tree is owned by the town.
Bergen County has a great website that you will love. It has a tremendous amount of information on what seems to be an endless number of topics.
Is your house ready for spring rains? If not, it can cost you thousands and tons of aggravation.
Today regulations are in place that require a conversion from oil to gas to include relining the chimney; a while ago no such regulations existed. As a result, a large number of oil to gas heat conversions never included chimney relining.
Spring storms, wind and falling trees come to Bergen County every year once we get into late March and April. Most of the time windy conditions are moderate, more of a nuisance than a problem but once in a while wind speeds reach high levels. If you own a home in towns like Englewood, Leonia,… Read more »
Have a home in Bergen County? If so then winter and freezing temperatures are part of your year. It’s essential to get your house ready for the effects of winter weather. With the proper preparation, your home will do just fine. Here’s a maintenance tip about gutters: Take advantage of the below freezing weather we still have and… Read more »
Holes are all over the outside of your house. No one thinks about this but if you own a Bergen County home you should. Holes are punched through the exterior of your home for all sorts of reasons that most of us never realize. The water spigot you connected to your hose, the electrical lines… Read more »
There is nothing prettier than a thick green lawn around your house. For many Bergen County homeowners it’s also a sense of pride. A lawn can also be a source of extreme frustration. You work hard, keep it watered, mow it regularly and it looks great until you get into the worst part of the… Read more »
Lately I’ve been asked about refinancing quite a bit. Homeowners are beginning to worry – they sense that interest rates won’t stay this low for much longer. Just consider what’s been in the media lately. The Fed has indicated that it may start to raise rates in June though gradually. Credible financial sources are sending… Read more »