Seasonal living can be a challenge at times. Before you know it, summer is here and those things on your winter or spring to do list still remain untouched. This year’s issue of the Home and Garden section have resources to help you complete those tasks before your season gets busy with beach days and work. Whatever your task may be, peruse the entire section or check out the list below for local businesses who can help get those “to do” items done.
Crest Savings Bank
Over the years, Crest Savings Bank has developed its products and services to meet the ever-evolving needs of the community. The bank offers personal and business accounts, while the loan department is recognized for being one of the largest suppliers of commercial lending on the island. Crest Savings Bank is also noted for being one of the first community banks in New Jersey to implement forward-thinking services like internet banking, mobile deposit, deposit ATMs, and more. For more information call (609) 522-5115 or visit crestsavings.bank.
Sound Advice features high end service and big box store prices for all home audio and video entertainment needs. For more information call (609) 368-2626 or visit visitsoundadvice.com.
Jersey Federal Credit Union
Banking is better at Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union because our members get great rates, free or low-cost financial products and friendly, personal service. For more information call (609) 646-3339 or visit jerseyshorefcu.org.
Shore Title has been providing title insurance services for over 30 years to home buyers, lenders, attorneys, real estate agents, and commercial customers. These services include title searches, municipal lien searches, upper court judgment searches, title insurance, and real estate closings. For more information call (609) 263-7472 or visit shoretitle.com.
Cape Insurance Group can help make a plan just for you. It is important to build a relationship with local agents you can trust and that is what you can find at Cape Insurance Group. For more information call (609) 536-3100.
For local disposal needs the Municipal Utilities Authority is here to help. For more information call (609) 465-9026 or visit cmcmua.com/maps/location/TransferStation.