Most of America’s kids have gone back to school except here in the Northeast where school still follows the tradition of starting after Labor Day. So as fall approaches it’s important to visit some items in your garage to makes sure you have not lent them out, they are still working or if they have wasted.Read More›
Long Beach was one of the hardest hit areas of Long Island by hurricane sandy. 3 years on and there are homes still needing to be rebuilt, people waiting on their insurance checks and stores trying to stay above water financially.
The people of Long Beach have persevered and stood strong during difficult times.Read More›
Technology is expanding at neck breaking speeds and new home products seem to be springing up weekly. These gadgets aren’t just about being cool and convenient but are geared towards making both you and your home more efficient, increase security, and provide comfort.Read More›
Everyone is talking about the Arctic Outbreak and by everyone we mean just the media. Yes it’s going to be a cold winter here in Long Island NY but with the way the media tells it you think its end days coming. In reality, winters here in Long Island are pretty cold, humid and snowy. With that in mind, it’s important to make sure your home is working at maximum efficiency in order to reduce heating costs and improve comfort.Read More›
Situated just 20 miles from Manhattan and 13 miles to the beach, Lynbrook has consistently ranked as a highly desirable neighborhood to live in since its incorporation in 1911. At one time, Lynbrook was Nassau County’s fastest growing village. Besides being perfectly situated with close proximity to the city and beaches, Lynbrook also has a strong community participation rate, in addition is served by its own police and fire departments making it one of the safest villages to live in the United States. Lynbrook schools are also consistently ranked as top schools in the United States.Read More›