There are many ways to reinforce a home against wind damage — some are simple enough to DIY while others may require professional assistance.

Preparing for High Winds Part One: Doors, Windows and Roofing

10/8/2019 - Information provided by The Dekanski Home Selling Team and newjerseyrealestatenetwork.com Wind can come in the form of hurricanes, tornadoes, cyclones, microbursts or downdrafts. There are high winds and gusts in some instances that last just a few minutes, and there are sustaining winds that may last for days. While wind… SEE MORE
New York now requires all boaters to take a safety course.

New York Governor Signs New Boating Safety Law

7/8/2019 - By Denis Slattery. ALBANY — A new law aimed at making New York’s waterways safer has brought a sense of closure to a grieving Long Island mother. Gov. Cuomo signed Brianna’s Law on Tuesday, a measure requiring all boaters take a safety course and exam before they take the helm.… SEE MORE
10th Annual Watermen's Appreciation Day.

Upcoming Food Festivals Across the US

7/8/2019 - Here in the Northeast we are savoring the remaining days of summer  while avoiding thoughts of the cold months just around the corner. As we move into the height of food festival season we wanted to share a few of our favorites from across the US. Don't miss out on… SEE MORE
Fiberglass recycling programs are taking off throughout the US.

Environmental Programs for R.I. Marine Businesses

5/8/2019 - The business of boating depends on a healthy ocean. RIMTA has created programs and partnered with leading environmental organizations to give marine businesses clear guidelines on steps they can take to run a greener operation. Read on for an overview of environmental programs for R.I. marine businesses. BECOME A ZERO… SEE MORE