Articles Tagged "Elysburg PA"

CENTURY 21 Mertz & Associates Blog Home

Subscribe and receive email notifications of new blog posts.




rss logo RSS Feed
Buy a House | 5 Posts
Central PA | 13 Posts
Danville, PA | 2 Posts
Homeowners | 17 Posts
Lewisburg, PA | 12 Posts
Sell a Home | 6 Posts
April
12

Looking forward to a lush garden this summer? Here's how you can start prepping now.

Spring is officially here, and even though the temperatures haven't embraced the new season, it's still a fantastic time to begin planning your garden. Our real estate agents know that a well-kept garden also makes a property more appealing to potential buyers. Follow these tips to get your gardening prep started. 

Click Here to Read More...

July
12

Spending too much time indoors and around tech? These PA camping spots are perfect for unplugging and enjoying the outdoors.

Whether you prefer staying in an RV or relaxing in a tent, camping is an excellent way to explore new areas (or revisit your favorite spots) while you make memories with family and friends. Our real estate agents know that many campgrounds have excellent amenities to make your stay more enjoyable.  Here are some Pennsylvania campgrounds to consider for your next outing. 

Click Here to Read More...

January
18

Bird Watching Around Central PA - CENTURY 21 Mertz & Associates

As you shop for a home in Central Pennsylvania, you're likely to become enthralled by the landscape: low mountain ridges, the many wooded areas with stunning fall foliage, as well as the broad, shallow waters of the Susquehanna River. Nestled in the scenery, you may find just the right home from Lewisburg homes for sale, or perhaps in the surrounding area. 

Regardless of where you end up, our real estate agents highly recommend visiting the local parks and wilder trails for a little birdwatching — recently noted in The New York Times as surging in popularity since the pandemic

  1. Bald Eagle State Park - 149 Main Park Road, Howard PA
    As the name implies, you can glimpse a majestic bald eagle here. But you can also see many other species, all the way down to the small, drab but distinctively marked worm-eating warbler (it gets its name from feasting on caterpillars). Also spot magnificent predators in forests; colorful and diverse water and shorebirds in the marshes and lakes; and in the meadows, the ruffed grouse and wild turkey. You're just 40 miles from this rich habitat when you settle in Millmont homes for sale.

    Click Here to Read More...

January
4

Drafty windows spoil your comfort and your energy bill. Here are some solid fixes for stopping those drafts.

They could be historical, modern, or even high-quality, but if your windows are drafty, you've got a problem. When winter temps set in, those drafty windows can make the inside of your home feel downright frosty and increase your heating bill beyond your comfort zone. Fortunately, there are many simple ways to chase away the cold and have you warm and toasty without shelling out big money for a replacement. Consider these quick drafty window fixes from our real estate agents.

  • Cover the Windows with Clear Plastic Sheeting
    Window insulation kits that seal the window with plastic shrink film are available online or from your local hardware store. These kits include plastic sheeting and double-sided tape. The sheeting looks like plastic wrap and must be spread around the window from the inside and held in place with double-sided tape. Once in place, you heat the plastic with a hairdryer so it shrinks to look like another glass pane and achieves an air-tight seal.

    Click Here to Read More...