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Fish, clam and swim in the pristine waters of Peconic Bay and The Long Island Sound. A bountiful place, the North Fork is famous for her rich and fertile farmlands, award winning vineyards and quiet waterways.
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NFREinc. is a vibrant and exciting new team of professionals, with over 60 years combined experience in local North Fork real estate.
North Fork Real Estate Inc. agents are skilled, accomplished and they each possess an uncommon knowledge of the North Fork’s hamlets and towns. Let our unsurpassed skills in marketing and negotiating work for you. We are committed to discretion, personal attention, a contemporary and daring approach to all your real estate needs. We pride ourselves in our exceptional service and our exceptional results. Meet our Team
Combining over 60 years in local North Fork Real Estate. Let us put our experience to work for you. Impressive, extraordinary, local, honest and friendly. Combining a smart and competent approach to North Fork Real Estate. Resourceful, savvy as seasoned realtors, they have endured all local real estate market trends. North Fork Real Estate, Inc. possess an uncommon knowledge of the North Fork’s hamlets and towns. Let their unsurpassed skills in marketing and negotiating work for you. Committed to discretion, personal attention, diligence and a strict code of ethics.
Recently from our BlogThe North Fork Insider
Carbon monoxide is a gas you cannot see, taste, or smell. According to the ready.gov, an average of 430 Americans die each year from unintentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisonings. Often times, it is the result of faulty improperly used or vented consumer products.
Recently, we were on vacation when at 1:30 am (or so I’m told), the Carbon Monoxide detectors went off. Luckily, the weather was warm and the windows were open so we had no immediate fear. We immediately contacted our landlord who immediately replaced the unit. A good reminder to replace these when you replace your smoke detectors.
There are precautions you can take.
Reduce the chance of CO exposure by performing regular maintenance on equipment and appliances that can produce CO. Install carbon monoxide detectors on every level of the home, including outside all of the bedrooms.
Consider having all fuel burning heating equipment and chimneys serviced annually by a professional. Use portable generators only in well-vented areas away from doors, windows, vents and any other openings to prevent fumes from entering the home.
Thanks to Servpro of the North Fork for this information.