Warm weather may be nothing more than a pleasant memory at this point, but that doesn’t mean you have to hibernate indoors just because it’s gotten a little (or a lot) colder. In fact, boredom doesn’t have to be an issue, thanks to an abundance of winter events near Hillsborough Township.
Chances are that you’ve been through enough New Jersey winters to know the impact winter weather has on your home. We’ve found, however, that it’s a good idea to remind ourselves (and others) about some winterizing tips that can help you weather the storms. Some of these tips are fairly obvious (until you do a mental forehead slap and say, “How could I forget to do that?”). So in the spirit of “It’s better to be safe than sorry,” we’re offering some suggestions that may help you and your New Jersey home make it through the winter more smoothly.
It’s been said that the eyes are the windows into the soul. When it comes to your new home, you could make the case that your windows are the eyes of your home.
Nothing turns a winter wonderland into a nightmare faster than a frozen water pipe. And it’s a bigger problem than just paying a plumber to replace a few feet of pipe. Depending on where the pipe bursts, you could have a significant amount of water damage to your home and your possessions—particularly if you’re not home when it happens to turn off the water.
Winter weather may have arrived in New Jersey—but that doesn’t need to stop you from pursuing the new home of your dreams. As a matter of fact, now is the perfect time to search out the New Jersey home that’s right for you.
We recently held our annual donation drive in November and December benefitting The Resource Center of Somerset & The Children’s Home of Easton. The drive was a huge success, with donations made by employees, customers, and homeowners in all communities! A donation box was placed at each of our Country Classics locations, and we were elated with all the donations we received!