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Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Summer 2018 – 15 Tips For Maintaining Your Home in The Heat

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”

—Henry James


Summer 2018: 15 Tips to Maintaining Your Home in the Heat


Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


Summer is BACK! Sure the days are longer, the air sweeter, the sun shines brightly, and the weather encourages outdoor fun, but the HEAT, MY GOD THE HEAT.  This weather can be a strain on your home, especially if it’s older.  The best way to handle the beating of heat, sun, and weather on your fortress of solitude, is TO PREPARE. That’s why we have created a simple to-do list to ensure your home survives for one season.


Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


HERE ARE 10 SIMPLE HOUSE KEEPING TIPS TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR SUMMER


Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


1.) Gutters: Check for Leaks or Loosening

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Make sure all of your gutters and drains are free from debris and leaves. Improper draining could lead to flooding of the basement and property devastation.  While clearing the gutters, make sure they are securely attached. A 5 cent screw is far cheaper than siding, roof, or landscape damage, or worse, injuring on a loved one or neighbor. Make sure your gutter drains are clear as well, so water may drain away from the house, instead of inside.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


2.) Leveling: Filling in the areas of your yard or foundation that are uneven

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

The unforgiving Winter can cause uneven lawn levels and low points surrounding your home’s foundation. Then comes Spring, with Spring comes rain. We all know the rhyme. Depending on your area, rain can cause flooding, which can lead to water damage around the foundation and, come Summer, thanks to those pools of water, AT BEST, they become breeding grounds for insects and put a damper on a Summer party. At worst?

……. Well take a gander at the above gif.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


3.) Windows & Entryways: Check the Wood and Sealing 

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Make sure you make the best of your energy bill. To check, take a screwdriver and make sure there’s no separation in wood or the sealant on your windows, door jams, decks, or railings. If there are gaps, now is the time to repair, before the weather turns colder and damage them further and cause a larger problem later.

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4.) Check Your Roof

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

You don’t have to start off on your roof for this, work smarter, not harder. Check it from your yard and check for any damaged, missing, split, or loose shingles or gaps, caused by the harsh winter weather. CHECK THEM NOW! The harsh summer sun can be extremely damaging to roof shingles. You should also check to see if shingles need to be repaired surrounding chimneys or vents, if they do, don’t be a hero, get an experienced roofer to fix these areas. The cost of these simple tasks will be far cheaper than replacing your entire roof later. If you need vast repairs, now would be a great time to begin budgeting money to fix your roof.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


5.) Chimney: Check for Splits

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

After the thaw of Winter, your chimney has often taken 4-6 months of abuse from need to stay warm. Do yourself a favor and have a certified chimney sweep, to clean out your flue and inspected. Also check the chimney itself for damage and have it repair.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


6.) Inspect Concrete Tabs For Movement

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

This is the time of year to inspect all the concrete slaps around your home to find movement. In the winter, freezing water causes matter to expand which may cause them to move. Concrete slaps should drain away from your home, but if the gap becomes to wide, fill in the gap with cement or silicone chalk after power washing out the gap before sealing.


7.) Old Firewood: Remove or Replace

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Depending on your home, firewood is commonplace. The typical storage of wood outside throughout the winter. But as the season changes, dispose of that dead wood. The weather has made them either water logged, bug infested, or other problems that render them useless. The best practice for storing firewood is, covered, 18 inches off the ground, and at least 2 feet from a structure.


8.) Garden Hoses: Check for Leaks or Damage

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Winter can be murder on your outdoor water faucets for freeze damage. To check, place your thumb over the opening of the faucet, turn it on, if your finger stops the flow of water completely, there is most likely damage to the interior sections of the pipes and needs replacement. If the hose itself isn’t stored properly, you may need to check your hose for dry rot. If there is, just replace the entire hose.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


9.) Cooling System: Clean and Maintain

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

If you have to perform more than a simple cleaning, NOW is the time to hire an air conditioning specialist to perform maintenance. Why now? Because as soon as the heat increases, more and more people will notice theirs is not working as it should, filling up a specialist’s appointment book. While you sweat out the days of summer. 

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


10.) Fuel: Check your levels

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Get a jump on the season and get yourself gas, batteries, chargers, and sharpen blades. Fill them up now and forget about it until next year.

11.) Lawnmower Blades

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Give the lawn mower blades a good sharpening now in the spring, when it’s pleasant outside, and don’t worry about it come August, when mowing the lawn alone is already an endurance test. Work smarter, not harder.


12.) Check Your Deck and Maintain Your Porch

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Make sure there’s no rotting or foundation cracking. If there are nails sticking out either sand them down or hammer them further in. Afterwards, determine if sealant to prevent further weather damage after the harsh winter. 


13.) Check and Clean Your Outdoor Cooker

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

For gas grills. Let the the grill cook, with nothing inside, for about a half hour. Then use a grill brush to clean off anything left on the grill itself. Use a wet towel to clean the outside of the grill. Then inspect the drip pan and clean it to prevent grease fires. 

For Charcoal Grills. Empty the grill and wipe out any ashy residue. Then clean it inside and out with hot water, a scrubby sponge and some liquid dish-washing soap. Let the grill dry completely before using it again.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


14.) Use the Weather to Your Advantage

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

With the season comes warm weather. Use it, by installing a clothes line. It will lower your energy bill and add a freshness to your clothes that can’t be manufactured.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


15.) Make sure all of your Detectors are Properly Installed and The Batteries are Changed

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018

Make sure your Smoke Detectors are properly installed and the batteries are changed so they are in working order. Same goes for carbon monoxide detectors and fire extinguishers. The only thing that could make a summer more hot is an unchecked fire.

Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


Now that these After Getting a Jump on the Season with these Steps, Now you can take the time to appreciate the  warm weather. Relax, smell the roses and enjoy the cool summer nights and all that R & R


Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


Enjoy The Season!


Summer Tips For Your Home 2018


Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998

Cell – 732-910-1682

Website – www.debkerr.com


Get Pre-Approved TODAY!!!
Metuchen Real Estate

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2018 Metuchen Townwide Garage Sale

The 2018 Metuchen Townwide Garage Sale

The 2018 Metuchen Townwide Garage Sale

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors of Metuchen

Are Proud to Present:

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The Metuchen Townwide Garage Sale (our 20th annual!) draws hundreds of shoppers into town.

Registered participation gets you far-reaching advertising beyond just Metuchen, a  listing on a local map illustrating your location, balloons to display in front of your home or apartment and the town permit.

Registration is FREE for Chamber members holding a Family Membership – and $15 for all others. You must be a Metuchen Resident to participate as a seller.

Registration information for the Garage Sale is available here. Or visit the chamber of commerce website here.

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Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office: 732-549-1998

Cell: 732-910-1682

Email: debkerr@kw.com

Website: debkerr.com


Get Pre-Approved TODAY!!!

The 2018 Annual Metuchen Townwide Garage Sale

 

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

Spring 2018 in New Jersey – 10 Tips for Getting Your Home Ready from Spring

“When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest. The only thing that could spoil a day was people and if you could keep from making engagements, each day had no limits. People were always the limiters of happiness except for the very few that were as good as spring itself.” 

– Ernest Hemingway

10 Tips for Getting Your Home Ready for Spring

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

Spring, the eternal season of hope, is, once again, upon us. The days begin to grow longer, the air smells sweeter, the flowers bloom more brightly, and the temperature becomes ideal. For some, Spring means Weddings, outdoor eateries, gardening, Baseball in full swing, or other outdoor activities. But with the warmth and sun that breaks us free from the shackles of winter, that same sun shines a light on gutters clogged with leaves, sidewalks with trip educing cracks, or flower beds filled with plants of seasons past.

Before you jump into Spring with both feet, then into the following Summer, let us help you target your Spring Maintenance chores that you may forget, with such, so you can fully enjoy the beauty of the season.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


1.) Check your Gutters for Leaks or Loosening

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

Make sure all of your gutters and drains are free from debris and leaves. Improper draining could lead to flooding of the basement and property devastation.  While clearing the gutters, make sure they are securely attached. A 5 cent screw is far cheaper than siding, roof, or landscape damage, or worse, injuring on a loved one or neighbor. Make sure your gutter drains are clear as well, so water may drain away from the house, instead of inside.


2.) Fill in Areas of Unleavened Yard or Foundation

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

In the Winter, harsh weather can cause lawn levels to become unbalanced and areas surrounding a home’s foundation can become low. While keeping that in mind, with Spring comes rain. We all know the rhyme. With rain comes flooding, which can lead to water damage around the foundation and, come Summer, those pools of water become breeding grounds for insects and put a damper on a Summer party.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


3.) Check Window and Door Pane Wood

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

Use a screwdriver to see if there’s any separation in wood on windows, door jams, decks, or railings. If there are gaps, now is the time to repair, before spring rains damage them further and expose more wood.


4.) Check Roof Shingles

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

While standing in your yard, check your roof from afar, no need to bust out a ladder if it’s unnecessary. Look for any damaged or missing shingles from the winter weather. Now is the time to check, as the harsh summer sun can be extremely damaging to roof shingles. So check for split, loose, or missing pieces need to be replaced. You should also check to see if shingles need to be repaired surrounding chimneys or vents, if they do, don’t be a hero, get an experienced roofer to fix these areas. If you need vast repairs, now would be a great time to begin budgeting money to fix your roof.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


5.) Check Your Chimney

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

After the thaw of Winter, your chimney has often taken 4-6 months of abuse from need to stay warm. Do yourself a favor and have a certified chimney sweep, to clean out your flue and inspected. Also check the chimney itself for damage and have it repair.

6.) Inspect Concrete Tabs For Movement

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

This is the time of year to inspect all the concrete slaps around your home to find movement. In the winter, freezing water causes matter to expand which may cause them to move. Concrete slaps should drain away from your home, but if the gap becomes to wide, fill in the gap with cement or silicone chalk after power washing out the gap before sealing.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


7.) Remove/Replace Firewood

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

If you own a home with a wood-burning fireplace, firewood is necessary. Most people store it outside throughout the winter, but after the season ends, get rid of that dead wood. The weather has made them either water logged or other problems that cause them to be useless. The best practice for storing firewood is, covered, 18 inches off the ground, and at least 2 feet from a structure.

8.) Check Hoses For Damage

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

After the winter chill, now is the time to check your outdoor water faucets for freeze damage. To check, place your thumb over the opening of the faucet, turn it on, if your finger stops the flow of water completely, there is most likely damage to the interior sections of the pipes and needs replacement. If the hose itself isn’t stored properly, you may need to check your hose for dry rot. If there is, just replace the entire hose.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


9.) Clean Your Cooling System

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

Now is the time to hire an air conditioning specialist to clean coils and air filters in your air unit to keep it working at peak performance. Why now? Because as soon as the heat increases, more and more people will notice theirs is not working as it should and will call said professional, making it difficult to get an appointment and leaving you to sweat it out.

10.) Check Fuel and Blades

Spring 2018 in New Jersey

Now is the time to stock up on gas, batteries, chargers, or sharpen blades. Whether it be your lawn mower or BBQ, stock up on fuel (propane or petroleum), fill them up now and never worry about it until next year. The same goes with lawn mower blades. Give them a good sharpening now in the spring, when it’s pleasant outside, and don’t worry about it come August, when mowing the lawn alone is already an endurance test. No need to add more activity in the blazing heat.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


Now that these Simple Steps are Done, Take some time to smell the roses and enjoy the cool spring breezes that poets write about, painters paint, and all can appreciate.


Spring 2018 in New Jersey


Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998

Cell – 732-910-1682

Website – www.debkerr.com

Metuchen Real Estate

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Home Summer Maintenance

Summer 2017: 10 Tips to Maintaining Your Home in the Heat!

“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”

—F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby


Summer 2017: 10 Tips to Maintaining Your Home in the Heat


Home Summer Maintenance


Summer is BACK! Sure the days are longer, the air sweeter, the sun shines brightly, and the weather encourages outdoor fun, but the HEAT, MY GOD THE HEAT.  This weather can be a strain on your home, especially if it’s older.  The best way to handle the beating of heat, sun, and weather on your fortress of solitude, is TO PREPARE. That’s why we have created a simple to-do list to ensure your home survives for one season.


Home Summer Maintenance


HERE ARE 10 SIMPLE HOUSE KEEPING TIPS TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR SUMMER


Home Summer Maintenance


1.) Gutters: Check for Leaks or Loosening

Home Summer Maintenance

Make sure all of your gutters and drains are free from debris and leaves. Improper draining could lead to flooding of the basement and property devastation.  While clearing the gutters, make sure they are securely attached. A 5 cent screw is far cheaper than siding, roof, or landscape damage, or worse, injuring on a loved one or neighbor. Make sure your gutter drains are clear as well, so water may drain away from the house, instead of inside.


2.) Leveling: Filling in the areas of your yard or foundation that are uneven

Home Summer Maintenance

The unforgiving Winter can cause uneven lawn levels and low points surrounding your home’s foundation. Then comes Spring, with Spring comes rain. We all know the rhyme. Depending on your area, rain can cause flooding, which can lead to water damage around the foundation and, come Summer, thanks to those pools of water, AT BEST, they become breeding grounds for insects and put a damper on a Summer party. At worst?

……. Well take a gander at the above gif.


3.) Windows & Entryways: Check the Wood and Sealing 

Home Summer Maintenance

Make sure you make the best of your energy bill. To check, take a screwdriver and make sure there’s no separation in wood or the sealant on your windows, door jams, decks, or railings. If there are gaps, now is the time to repair, before the weather turns colder and damage them further and cause a larger problem later.


4.) Check Your Roof

Home Summer Maintenance

You don’t have to start off on your roof for this, work smarter, not harder. Check it from your yard and check for any damaged, missing, split, or loose shingles or gaps, caused by the harsh winter weather. CHECK THEM NOW! The harsh summer sun can be extremely damaging to roof shingles. You should also check to see if shingles need to be repaired surrounding chimneys or vents, if they do, don’t be a hero, get an experienced roofer to fix these areas. The cost of these simple tasks will be far cheaper than replacing your entire roof later. If you need vast repairs, now would be a great time to begin budgeting money to fix your roof.


5.) Chimney: Check for Splits

Home Summer Maintenance

After the thaw of Winter, your chimney has often taken 4-6 months of abuse from need to stay warm. Do yourself a favor and have a certified chimney sweep, to clean out your flue and inspected. Also check the chimney itself for damage and have it repair.


6.) Inspect Concrete Tabs For Movement

Home Summer Maintenance

This is the time of year to inspect all the concrete slaps around your home to find movement. In the winter, freezing water causes matter to expand which may cause them to move. Concrete slaps should drain away from your home, but if the gap becomes to wide, fill in the gap with cement or silicone chalk after power washing out the gap before sealing.


7.) Old Firewood: Remove or Replace

Home Summer Maintenance

Depending on your home, firewood is commonplace. The typical storage of wood outside throughout the winter. But as the season changes, dispose of that dead wood. The weather has made them either water logged, bug infested, or other problems that render them useless. The best practice for storing firewood is, covered, 18 inches off the ground, and at least 2 feet from a structure.


8.) Garden Hoses: Check for Leaks or Damage

Home Summer Maintenance

Winter can be murder on your outdoor water faucets for freeze damage. To check, place your thumb over the opening of the faucet, turn it on, if your finger stops the flow of water completely, there is most likely damage to the interior sections of the pipes and needs replacement. If the hose itself isn’t stored properly, you may need to check your hose for dry rot. If there is, just replace the entire hose.

Home Summer Maintenance


9.) Cooling System: Clean and Maintain

Home Summer Maintenance

If you have to perform more than a simple cleaning, NOW is the time to hire an air conditioning specialist to perform maintenance. Why now? Because as soon as the heat increases, more and more people will notice theirs is not working as it should, filling up a specialist’s appointment book. While you sweat out the days of summer. 


10.) Fuel: Check your levels

Home Summer Maintenance

And Lawnmower Blades

Home Summer Maintenance

Get a jump on the season and get yourself gas, batteries, chargers, and sharpen blades. Fill them up now and forget about it until next year. The same goes with lawn mower blades. Give them a good sharpening now in the spring, when it’s pleasant outside, and don’t worry about it come August, when mowing the lawn alone is already an endurance test. Work smarter, not harder.


Now that these After Getting a Jump on the Season with these Steps, Now you can take the time to appreciate the  warm weather. Relax, smell the roses and enjoy the cool summer nights and all that R & R


Home Summer Maintenance


Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998

Cell – 732-910-1682

Website – www.debkerr.com

Metuchen Real Estate

Easter Life Hacks (2017)

Easter Life Hacks 2017

Overwhelmed by kids, candy, cooking, and family?

Well, we got you covered with

Easter Life Hacks (2017)

Easter Life Hacks 2017



1.)  Egg Dying:

a.) Instead of Vinegar, smell and all, use Kool-Aid:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

b.) To Avoid Streaks and difficulty, put your egg in a whisk for ease in dying:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

c.) Use a tooth brush to give you Easter eggs that Jackson Pollack feel:

10 Life hacks for Easter

d.) Make your eggs last forever, by drilling a hole in the top and bottom of the egg, and use a cleaned, rubber ear      syringe to blow out the inside contents of the eggs:

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


2.) Peeps:

a.) Make Peep Straws for all of your guest’s drinks by simply sliding a straw through the           bottom of a peep:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

b.) Use Peeps to make multi-colored Smores:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

c.) Place Peeps into a vase and use it as a center piece:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

d.) Use Peeps as a tasty bouquet for your guests (use the same technique you use to make the Peep straws):

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


3.) Chocolate Easter Cookie Pops:

– Get lollipop sticks, crackers, peanut butter, chocolate or white chocolate (for dipping), and sprinkles

Directions:

a.) Put peanut butter on two crackers and make a sandwich, with a lollipop stick          sticking out

b.) Dip into the chocolate you desire

c.) The dip into sprinkles (or whatever you wish, i.e. cookie crumbles, nuts, toffee         bar crumbles)

d.) Let dry on a board sticking straight up.

10 Life Hacks For Easter


Easter 07


4.) Napkins and Utensils:

a.) Use an orange napkin, green plastic forks and knives, and a green pipe cleaner        to make carrot napkin roll-ups:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

b.) Use a simple Pipe Cleaner as a bunny, to tie up a Napkin Roll Up:

10 Life Hacks for Easter

c.) Learn How to Fold Your Napkin into a Bunny, click HERE:

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


5.) Use an Umbrella as a flower holder:

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


6.) Make a Burlap Bunny Table Runner, get directions by clicking HERE:

10 Life Hacks for Easter



Easter Life Hacks (2017)


7.) Easter Dessert: Carrots in Dirt (rainbow Twizzlers [carrots] in pudding [dirt]):

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


8.) Make Egg Baskets and Carrots out of Coffee Filters, for directions click HERE

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


9.) Make your Dinner Rolls into Bunny Rolls by using a scissor and cutting two ears      into a roll to make it a bunny:

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter 15


10.) Make an Easter Bunny Veggie Tray, to learn how click HERE:

10 Life Hacks for Easter


Easter Life Hacks (2017)


Have a Happy and Safe Holiday!


Easter Life Hacks (2017)




For More Information Please Contact Deborah Kerr

Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998

Cell – 732-910-1682

E-Mail – debkerr@kw.com

Website – www.debkerr.com

Metuchen Real Estate

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

“The summer night is like a perfection of thought.” ~Wallace Stevens

10 Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Summer, our season of sultriness, is, upon us. The days are longer, the air sweeter, the sun shines brightly, and the weather encourages outdoor fun. For some, Summer means the beach, camp, BBQ’s, pools, gardening, Baseball, or other outdoor activities. But with the warmth and sun that breaks us free from the shackles of indoor confinement, that same sun shines a light on gutters clogged with leaves, sidewalks with trip educing cracks, or flower beds filled with plants of seasons past.

Before jumping into Summer with both feet, let us assist with Summer Maintenance Tips to Maintaining your home with a game plan and focus, certain chores that you may forget,  so you can fully enjoy the beauty of the season with a jovial attitude.

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

1.) Check your Gutters for Leaks or Loosening

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Make sure all of your gutters and drains are free from debris and leaves. Improper draining could lead to flooding of the basement and property devastation.  While clearing the gutters, make sure they are securely attached. A 5 cent screw is far cheaper than siding, roof, or landscape damage, or worse, injuring on a loved one or neighbor. Make sure your gutter drains are clear as well, so water may drain away from the house, instead of inside.

2.) Fill in Areas of Unleavened Yard or Foundation

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

In the Winter, harsh weather can cause lawn levels to become unbalanced and areas surrounding a home’s foundation can become low. While keeping that in mind, with Spring comes rain. We all know the rhyme. With rain comes flooding, which can lead to water damage around the foundation and, come Summer, those pools of water become breeding grounds for insects and put a damper on a Summer party.

3.) Check Window and Door Pane Wood

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Use a screwdriver to see if there’s any separation in wood on windows, door jams, decks, or railings. If there are gaps, now is the time to repair, before spring rains damage them further and expose more wood.

4.) Check Your Roof

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

While standing in your yard, check your roof from afar, no need to bust out a ladder if it’s unnecessary. Look for any damaged or missing shingles from the winter weather. Now is the time to check, as the harsh summer sun can be extremely damaging to roof shingles. So check for split, loose, or missing pieces need to be replaced. You should also check to see if shingles need to be repaired surrounding chimneys or vents, if they do, don’t be a hero, get an experienced roofer to fix these areas. If you need vast repairs, now would be a great time to begin budgeting money to fix your roof.

5.) Check Your Chimney

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

After the thaw of Winter, your chimney has often taken 4-6 months of abuse from need to stay warm. Do yourself a favor and have a certified chimney sweep, to clean out your flue and inspected. Also check the chimney itself for damage and have it repair.

6.) Inspect Concrete Tabs For Movement

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

This is the time of year to inspect all the concrete slaps around your home to find movement. In the winter, freezing water causes matter to expand which may cause them to move. Concrete slaps should drain away from your home, but if the gap becomes to wide, fill in the gap with cement or silicone chalk after power washing out the gap before sealing.

7.) Remove/Replace Firewood

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

If you own a home with a wood-burning fireplace, firewood is necessary. Most people store it outside throughout the winter, but after the season ends, get rid of that dead wood. The weather has made them either water logged or other problems that cause them to be useless. The best practice for storing firewood is, covered, 18 inches off the ground, and at least 2 feet from a structure.

8.) Check Hoses For Damage

Summer 13

After the winter chill, now is the time to check your outdoor water faucets for freeze damage. To check, place your thumb over the opening of the faucet, turn it on, if your finger stops the flow of water completely, there is most likely damage to the interior sections of the pipes and needs replacement. If the hose itself isn’t stored properly, you may need to check your hose for dry rot. If there is, just replace the entire hose.

9.) Clean Your Cooling System

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Now is the time to hire an air conditioning specialist to clean coils and air filters in your air unit to keep it working at peak performance. Why now? Because as soon as the heat increases, more and more people will notice theirs is not working as it should and will call said professional, making it difficult to get an appointment and leaving you to sweat it out.

10.) Check Fuel 

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

And Lawnmower Blades

Summer Tips to Maintaining Your Home

Now is the time to stock up on gas, batteries, chargers, or sharpen blades. Whether it be your lawn mower or BBQ, stock up on fuel (propane or petroleum), fill them up now and never worry about it until next year. The same goes with lawn mower blades. Give them a good sharpening now in the spring, when it’s pleasant outside, and don’t worry about it come August, when mowing the lawn alone is already an endurance test. No need to add more activity in the blazing heat.

Now that these Simple Steps are Done, Take some time to smell the roses and enjoy the cool summer nights that poets write about, painters paint, and nature embraces.

Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998

Cell – 732-910-1682

Website – www.debkerr.com

Metuchen Real Estate

July 4th 2016 fireworks in New Jersey

2016 July 4th Fireworks in New Jersey – Central Jersey

A Guide to July 4th 2016 Fireworks in New Jersey

One of the great holidays in America is celebrating Independance day. Perhaps more than others, based on warm weather and patriotism. Well for 2016, July 4th is Upon Us

A Wonderful Summertime Tradion, ideal for Swimming, BBQ’s, Family, Friends, Outdoor fun, & Most of All

FIREWORKS!!!

And New Jersey has so many Fireworks spread out statewide, you won’t need to go far to See them, and on several date. And to find out where and when they are, you, also, don’t have to look very far. We have compiled all the best Fireworks in New Jersey for 2016 right here! (Separated by region for your convenience) 

NEW JERSEY FIREWORKS!!!

July 4th 2016 fireworks in New Jersey



Your 2016 Guide to July 4th

Fireworks in New Jersey


Fireworks By Region


 For Information on the Jersey Shore Fireworks

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 For Information on South Jersey Fireworks

Click HERE


For Information on North Jersey Fireworks

Click HERE


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HUNTERTON County (Area)

Califon Fireman’s Carnival:

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016 & Friday, July 8th, 2016, fireworks to take place at dark. Fireman’s Carnival July 4th 2016 – July 9th, 2016. For a full list of events:  Califon’s Carnival

Hunterdon County’s Birthday Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, at dusk. Full day of events, for more information:  Hunterdon County Turns 300 Years Old


July 4th 2016 fireworks in New Jersey


MERCER County

East Windsor NJ Concerts & Fireworks:

Saturday, July 2nd, 2016, 6pm, Eltra Lake Park, fireworks to begin around 9:30 pm. For More Event Info:  East Windsor Independence Day

Hamilton NJ Fireworks:

Friday, July 1st, 2016, 6:00 pm, fireworks take place around 9:00 pm, Veterans Park, rain date on July 2nd, 2016. For More Event Information: Hamilton Celebrates

Lawrence Township NJ Concert & Fireworks:

Friday, July 1st, 2016, 9:40 pm, Rider University, Rain Date on July 2nd, 2016. For More Information on this Event:  Lawrence Township Celebrations

Mercer County Freedom Festival

Saturday, June 25th, 2016, after dark, Mercer County Park Festival Fairgrounds, Rain Date, Sunday, June 26th, 2016. For More Information on this Festival:  Mercer County Freedom

Princeton NJ Fireworks:

Thursday, June 30th, 2016, 6:00 pm, Montgomery High School. For More Information on this event: Princeton Pyrotechnics

Trenton: Baseball & Fireworks:

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, after the game, Arm & Hammer Park on Route 29 in Trenton. For More Information:  Trenton Thunder Fireworks


July 4th 2016 fireworks in New Jersey


MIDDLESEX County

Carteret NJ Fireworks:

Friday, July 1st, 2016, 6:00 pm, on the Waterfront. Whole day of events, for more Information:  Carteret’s Celebration

Celebrate the Amboys, Fireworks for Perth & South Amboy:

Saturday, July 2nd, 2016, 6:00 pm start time, Fireworks at 9:20 pm, Raritan Bay Waterfront Park, Rain date on July 3rd, 2016. For More Event Information: Perth & South Amboy Fireworks

Cranbury NJ Fireworks:

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016, at dusk, at Village Park, rain date on July 6th, 2016, for more information on this event: Cranbury Fireworks

Edison NJ Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, Event begins at 6:00 pm (music), fireworks at 9:00 pm, Papaianni Park, 100 Municipal Blvd., for more information on this eventEdison Fireworks

Highland Park NJ Fireworks:

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, 9:20 pm, Donaldson Park, rain date July 10th, 2016. For more information on this event:  Highland Park Fireworks & More

Milltown July 4 Fireworks & Fair:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, Fireworks begin between 9:00 pm – 9:30 pm, Milltown Park, Rain date Saturday, July 9th 2016, for more information:  July the 4th in Milltown New Jersey

Monroe Township NJ Fireworks & Celebration:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 5:00 pm, Fireworks begin at dusk, Thompson Park. For More information:  Monroe Fireworks & More

New Brunswick NJ Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 6:00 pm (fireworks after 9:00 pm), Boyd Park, for more information on this event: New Brunswick Fireworks & More

Piscataway NJ Fireworks & More:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 7:00 pm (festivities begin), Fireworks 9:00 pm, Piscataway High School. For More Information: Piscataway Independence Day

Sayreville NJ Fireworks & Concert:

Saturday, July 3rd, 2016, 9:00 pm, at John F. Kennedy High School, Rain date for July 5th, 2016. For More Information on this event: Sayreville Independence Day

South Brunswick NJ Fireworks:

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, 9:05 pm, festivities begin at 7:00 pm, South Brunswick High School, 750 Ridge Road, for more information:  South Brunswick Celebration

South River Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, at 9:00 pm, South River High School, for more information on this event: South River Celebrates

Woodbridge Fireworks:

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, Festivities begin at 4:00 pm, (Fireworks after dark), Alvin P. Williams Park, For more information:  Woodbridge Fireworks @ the Park


July 4th 2016 fireworks in New Jersey


SOMERSET County

Bridgewater NJ Fireworks @ North Branch Park:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 9:00 pm, North Branch Park. For More Information: Bridgewater Fireworks in the Park

Franklin Township Fireworks:

Friday, July 1st, 2016, 6:00 pm festivities begin, fireworks at 9:30 pm, Samson G. Smith School, rain date July 8th, 2016. For more information: Franklin Fireworks

North Plainfield NJ Fireworks:

Saturday, July 9th, 2016, Festivities begin at 7:00 pm (fireworks begin at dusk), West End School Field, rain date July 16th, 2016. For More Information: North Plainfield Celebrations

Somerset Patriots, Bridgewater NJ Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, fireworks following the game, at Somerset Patriots Baseball stadium. For more information:  Baseball & Fireworks


July 4th 2016 fireworks in New Jersey


UNION County

Clark NJ Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, at 9:00 pm, Festivities (food, entertainment) begin at 6:45 pm, at Arthur L. Johnson Regional High School. For More Information:  Clark Celebrates the 4th

Cranford NJ Canoe Race, Celebrations & Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 9:15 pm,  Momahegan Park, all day event. For more information and list of activities: Cranford 4th of July 2016

Mountainside NJ Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 9:00 pm (at dusk), Our Lady of Lourdes field. For a complete list of events: Mountainside July 4th

New Providence NJ Fireworks:

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, 9:30 pm, South Street, for a full list of activities: New Providence Celebrates

Plainfield Parade & Fireworks:

Saturday, July 9th, 2016, 7:00 pm (festivities begin, fireworks at dusk), West End School field, Rain date July 16th, 2016. For a complete list of event plans: Plainfield on the 4th

Rahway Fireworks:

Saturday, July 2nd, 2016, 9:00 pm (at dusk), at City Hall, rain date for July 3rd, 2016. For More Information: Rahway Fireworks

Roselle Park NJ Fireworks:

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, 9:00 pm, Roselle Park High School, for more information: Roselle Park Fireworks

Springfield NJ Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 5:00 pm, fireworks to follow at dusk, Meisel Avenue Park, for more information: Fireworks @ the Field

Summit on the 4th of July:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 9:15 pm, Soldiers Memorial Field, rain date for July 5th, 2016, for more information on this all day event: Summit Celebrates

Union Township Soap Box Derby & Fireworks:

Monday, July 4th, 2016, 9:00 pm, Biertuempfel Park, all day event, for more information: Celebrating the 4th in Union


2016 Fourth of July Fireworks in New Jersey


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 For Information on North Jersey Fireworks

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2016 Fourth of July Fireworks in New Jersey

2016 Fourth of July Fireworks in New Jersey


New Jersey Fireworks

2016 Fourth of July Fireworks in New Jersey

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998

Cell – 732-910-1682

Email – debkerr@kw.com

Website – www.debkerr.com

2016 4th of July Fireworks in New Jersey

June Events in New Jersey

New Jersey Fun In the Sun Events for June of 2016

Whose Ready for Fun in the Sun?!?!?!?

June events in New Jersey

New Jersey Has Plenty of Events to Keep You Busy

Every one loves to have fun outdoors and June is one fine month to be outside in New Jersey. Celebrate it the correct way with these great activities:


The Lighthouse International Film Festival

June 9th-12th

New Jersey June Events

Where: Long Beach Island, NJ

From documentaries, short films, and spotlights, to comedies, drama, and family films, this film festival will give you something to talk about at every dinner party you attend this summer. Get a ticket for as little as $16 or go for a full pass. Either way, you’re supporting the Long Beach Island’s historical Barnegat Lighthouse.

Portugal Day 2016

June 10th – 12th
June Events in New Jersey
Where: Newark, NJ
Come out and celebrate with amazing food, drink, and live music. Easily accessible via NJ Transit and right in the heart of the Ironbound District of Newark. Iberia Tavern & Restaurant

80 Ferry St, # 84, Newark, New Jersey 07105
For More Information: Click HERE
FRIDAY
STAGE 1
BRUNO SILVA & DJ, KENNY REAL, RANCHO “CASA DO MINHO”, RANCHO “BARCUENSE”, BOMBOS “OS ROUXINOIS”
STAGE 2
MARIBELLA, NELSON, EMANUEL, DJ KALLO
STAGE 3
EXIT BAND, NEMANUS, DJ MARIO CALEGARI
SATURDAY
STAGE 1
BRUNO SILVA & DJ, EUROSOUND BAND, KENNY REAL
STAGE 2
EDGE BAND, MARIBELLA, EMANUEL, DJ KALLO, TROUBLEMAN BAND
STAGE 3
EXIT BAND, NELSON, NEMANUS, DJ MARIO CALEGARI
SUNDAY
STAGE 1
BRUNO SILVA & DJ, EUROSOUND BAND, KENNY REAL
STAGE 2
EDGE BAND, MARIBELLA, EMANUEL, NELSON, DJ KALLO, TROUBLEMAN BAND
STAGE 3
EXIT BAND, NEMANUS, DJ MARIO CALEGARI

Grounds Sculpture Outdoor Films

June 16th
June Events in New Jersey
Where: 80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton, NJ

A sunny day or warm June evening is the perfect time to visit the sculpture garden and there’s a full calendar of rotating events to choose from at the Grounds. But one of our favorites of the bunch is the #TBT outdoor films under the stars. Walk around before sunset, order a themed cocktail at the happy hour at Rat’s Restaurant, and head to the park to enjoy the night.


Copa America

June 12th & June 17th
June Events in New Jersey

Where: MetLife Stadium |1 MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, NJ

Soccer fans, rejoice. The world’s largest international continental football tournament is in the U.S. for the first time ever. And matches will be in New Jersey, not once, but twice. The June 12 matchup between Ecuador and Haiti, and the June 17 quarterfinal match will both be played at MetLife Stadium. If you can’t snag tickets, gather your soccer-loving friends and head to one of our favorite sports bars.

New Jersey State Fair at The Meadowlands

June 23rd – July 10th
June Events in New Jersey

Where: MetLife Stadium | 1 MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, NJ

The fair is one of the few places you can go where it’s perfectly acceptable to eat bacon as a meal, off of a stick. Go with the whole family, or just friends, there’s something for everyone, no matter how old you are.


Somerville Craft Beer Festival

June 25th – June 26th
June Events in New Jersey
Where: Somerville, NJ
Tapastre presents Somerville New Jersey’s Craft Beer Fest 2016!
June 25th: 12 pm – 9 pm  June 26th: 12 pm – 7 pm
Come celebrate with live music, good food, great beer and the best of times!
Tapastre is hosting another of our annual Craft Beer Fests in Downtown Somerville. Located on N. Bridge st between Main and High St, this fest promises to be the best one yet!
Pricing:
Admission: $10 if purchased in advance via Eventbrite, $15 at the door and includes your sample mug
Samples (4 oz) are priced between $1 and $4
Full pours will be between $5 and $8.
The event is cash only, no credit cards.
Live music on stage all day
Saturday
12:00-2:00 Backyard Superheroes, 2:30-4:30 PD Brody, 5:00-7:00 Crash Gordon & Debra Dynamite, 7:30-9:00 Slackjaw
Sunday
12:00-2:00 Caroline Reese & The Drifting Fifth, 2:30-4:30 4 Flight Rock, 5:00-7:00 Sequoia
Great food from local downtown Somerville restaurants like Division Cafe,Hansel ‘n Griddle, Court House Sub Shop, Blue Salt Culinary, Katili’s Chocolates , Pinoy Filipino Restaurant and more to be added!
Amazing beers from the following breweries:
Abita Brewing Company. Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing, Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, Dogfish Head Beer, Tröegs Independent Brewing,Weyerbacher Brewing, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, Carton Brewing, Kane Brewing Company, Angry Erik Brewing, Flounder Brewing,902 Brewing Co., Yards Brewing Co., Flying Dog Brewery, Schlafly Beer,New Jersey Beer Company, Ramstein Beer, Brix City Brewing, Magnify Brewing Company, Conclave Brewing, Cricket Hill Brewing Co., New Belgium Brewing, B. Nektar Meadery, Demented Brewing Company And More!
Along with at least 2 lines for each brewery, we will be having featured tappings of some amazing beers so stay tuned for an updated schedule!
Pinot’s Palette Somerville will be on site featuring live paintings, so grab a beer and paint something awesome!
Event is open to all ages, 21+ with ID to drink. There will be a cash bar to pay as you go, no credit cards.
Please enjoy responsibly.
Portions of all proceeds will go to benefit a local charity (yet to be determined)
Be sure to follow the event page on facebook for updates whenever they become available!
Cash sales only, no CC’s will be accepted!

Wine and Chocolate Festival

June 25th – June 26th
June Events in New Jersey
Where: Monmouth Race Track, 175 Oceanport Ave. Oceanport, NJ 07757
Grab your friends and family and get your sweet tooth ready for a weekend filled with wine and chocolate! What better way to spend the day than indulging in free samples and heading home with one of your favorite wines and a variety of chocolaty treats.
With two full days, you can take your time enjoying samples from a dozen of New Jersey’s best wineries and browsing through chocolates in the Chocolate Lounge. Buy a bottle and hangout for the day in our picnic area. Both days will have live music and plenty of entertainment! During Family Fun Day on Sunday, give the kids the experience of FREE pony rides, a bouncy house, face painting, and more!
You definitely don’t want to miss the most decadent two days of the year!
Option 1: $10 Unlimited Wine Sampling Only, Commemorative Wine Glass
Option 2: $7 Chocolate Sampling Only
Option 3: $15 Wine and Chocolate Sampling Combo, Commemorative Wine Glass
Participating NJ wineries include: Plagido’s Winery, Cava Winery, DiMatteo Vineyards, Monroeville Vineyard, Villari Vineyards, Wagonhouse Winery
General Parking $5
General Admission $5
Children 12 and under are always free.
Gates open at 11:30am. First race is 12:50pm.
No advanced ticket required.
Festival runs 11:30am until approximately 5pm both Saturday and Sunday.
Any vendor interested in being a part of this event can find out more information at http://newjerseywineevents.com/
To view a list of upcoming events, please visit www.monmouthpark.com.

Bradley Beach Lobsterfest

June 25th – June 26th
June Events in New Jersey
Where: Bradley Beach, NJ
Lobster rolls, lobster mac n’ cheese, lobster empanadas—if you like lobster, this event better be on your summer bucket list. And if you don’t? There’s plenty of food to enjoy, with over 100 craft food vendors, we recommend going both days.


Ribs, Rock, and Ridges

June 25th – June 26th
June Events in New Jersey

Where: The Sussex County Fairground | 37 Plains Road, Augusta, NJ

Head to Sussex County fairgrounds for 2 days of barbeque, craft beer, live music, and more. The reigning rib champions, Texas Smoke, will be there, along with newcomers to compete for the crown.


Metuchen Real Estate
Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

481 Memorial Parkway
Metuchen, NJ 08840
Office: 732-549-1998
Cell: 732-910-1682
Email: debkerr@kw.com
Website: debkerr.com
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Website – www.debkerr.com

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