After what is considered to be the second coldest start to the year in the state, weather forecasts predict that spring will finally be felt (for real this time) in New Jersey – and residents are in for temperatures that may exceed 60 degrees as April rolls on. As posted on NJ.com, a leading platform for local news and information:
“It’s been such a tease,” said David Robinson, the state climatologist at Rutgers University. “Spring is always filled with stops and starts. But this year, those starts have been really tenuous and short-lived.” But though there isn’t definitive evidence that the roller-coaster pattern the nation has been locked in for months is abating, as time passes it increasingly won’t matter. Even if New Jersey experiences below normal temperatures in the near future, it’s more likely that will mean highs in the 50s or lower 60s as April rolls on.
With warmth rolling in, property owners who want to enjoy the budding promise that the season brings will do well to keep their homes or commercial buildings well-ventilated. Prepping your windows in Ocean County, NJ, for instance, will help you counter the oncoming heat and help keep indoor temperatures constant. All County Exteriors offers installation services for several window components such as for caulking and weatherstripping to help you manage air flow within your property more effectively. You can also choose from different window styles and accessories as well to improve the home’s general comfort level and visual appeal. On the plus side, these improvements do not even have to be expensive and they even help you save money in the long run. Energy-efficient windows can keep the heat out when it is too cold, and let fresh air in when it is too hot – which lessens the strain on your HVAC systems. You can save on utility bills and so qualify to take advantage of tax deductions on new house windows in Ocean County, NJ and the surrounding areas. (Article Excerpt and Image from Has spring sprung? Prolonged period of mild weather predicted for NJ, NJ.com, April 8, 2014)