Kristin Bodkin - Coach Real Estate Associates | Setauket, NY Real Estate, Old Field, NY Real Estate


8 Windover Ln, Coram, NY 11727  

$350,000
Price
7
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
This Home In W Section Has Been Perfectly Maintained And Updated. Updates Include Anderson Windows, Roof (2013), 200 Amp Electrical Service, Furnace, Flooring, New Stainless Steel Appliances And Sink, New Window Blinds And Updated Baths. The Enitire Interior Has Just Been Painted , Exterior Was Powerwashed And Deck Freshly Stained. Just Move In & Enjoy This Lovely Home !!


Working in your attic may not be a chore you perform frequently but it is one that must be done on occasion. Whether you use yours as a storage space or are performing an energy assessment in your home, safely accessing your attic should be a top priority. Below are some tips you can practice the next time you need to go up into the attic to ensure a safe working experience. Before you begin working make sure you have dressed appropriately. Wear a long sleeve shirt tucked into pants and gloves to avoid materials sticking to your skin which can cause irritation. You will also want to wear a dust mask and protective eyewear to avoid inhaling airborne fibers or other harmful debris that could be airborne in your attic. Attics can house mold and mildew among other hazardous materials that can bring you harm and/or make you sick when not properly protected against them. If your attic requires a fold-down ladder to access it check that the ladder is safe to support your weight. Look for any missing or loose screws that are intended to hold the ladder together and tighten/replace them before using it to get into your attic. You will be climbing up and down it as you work so you want to make sure that it will be safe to use. Adding a railing around the opening of your attic access will also add extra safety measures against falling. If your attic is unfinished and/or has potentially unsupportive flooring consider installing a safer floor by laying plywood down. Add walk boards or temporary platforms to an unfinished attic that doesn’t require permanent flooring. Always be cautious of where you step to avoid stepping on wires, ductwork or areas lacking trusses and joists. This precaution will save you from accidentally breaking through the ceiling which will put you at risk of serious harm and some major repairs. You will also want to be aware of any roofing nails poking down or old faulty wiring that requires repair. Be sure to check for signs of any animals that may have decided to move in over the winter months. If you do discover unwelcome tenants take the proper course of action by hiring a professional to rid your attic of them safely for both you and them. Some animals, like bats, may be protected by federal law so you will want to rid your house of them responsibly. When you are finished working in the attic for the day be sure to change and wash your clothes to avoid spreading hazardous debris over the rest of your house. Before you begin working spread an old sheet under the hatch and vacuum the surrounding area afterward for easy clean up. Attic safety practices are crucial to avoid harming yourself and preventing damage to your home. With some simple preparations and an active awareness, you can get chores done in your attic effectively and safely!

Close To Stony Brook University And Hospital, This Updated Colonial Is Situated On A Very Private 1/2 Acre Of Property On A Dead End Street.Eat In Kitchen Boasts Maple Cabinets, Granite Counter Tops And Stainless Appliances. Expanded Family Room With Anderson Windows And Fireplace. Hardwood Floors Under All Carpeting (Except Lr). Inground Pool With New Heater.

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18 Campus Dr, Setauket, NY 11733  

$549,000
Price
8
Total Rooms
4
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Close To Stony Brook University And Hospital, This Updated Colonial Is Situated On A Very Private 1/2 Acre Of Property On A Dead End Street.Eat In Kitchen Boasts Maple Cabinets, Granite Counter Tops And Stainless Appliances. Expanded Family Room With Anderson Windows And Fireplace. Hardwood Floors Under All Carpeting (Except Lr). Inground Pool With New Heater.


Totally Renovated Riviera Condo With Brand New Kitchen And Brand New Baths, New Carpet And Flooring. The Is The Rental You Have Been Looking For !!!

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