Spring Is the Best Time for New NJ Windows

If you’ve been getting out of bed feeling like the past few days have been more pleasant than any the year has seen so far, you are not alone. A survey conducted by the Monmouth University Polling Institute showed that more people in New Jersey have a positive “overall sense of well-being” these days.

As the weather warms and the Garden State turns green again, residents apparently feel better about the state’s environment.

That’s what the latest version of the Monmouth University “Garden State Quality of Life” poll released this morning found.

About 76 percent of the 803 New Jersey adults asked gave the quality of their local environment a positive rating in the April survey, an increase of 73 percent from February and 69 percent from December.

The poll’s director attributed the change to the end of the cold, snowy winter and the arrival of spring.

If you want to make the most out of the year’s best days, better get a move on. Spring won’t stick around for too long and you never know when the weather’s going to get extreme again. And if you really want to get into the spirit of spring while working towards a comfortable home all year round, why not invest in new Monmouth County NJ house windows? They’ll let you enjoy the freshness of spring even while you’re indoors and, when the weather does turn foul, make sure your living spaces stay as comfortable as you wish.

All County Exteriors is the local contractor to call when you need high-quality replacement windows in Monmouth County NJ. As trusted exterior renovation specialists, they take the time to closely evaluate your needs and recommend the best products available on the market. All County Exteriors is pleased to offer clients Okna Windows, a first-rate line of Energy Star-rated products that are proudly American-made.

To learn more about the best replacement windows for your home, contact All County Exteriors today.

(Article Excerpt from “As weather warms, more in NJ feel good about environment, poll says”, www.NJ.com, April 21, 2014)