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New Jersey ServicesIn New Jersey - AllStates Services is providing complete cleaning services that consist of cleaning carpet upholstery, rugs, grout & tile, wood floors and air ducts. We also offer complete handyman services. We are available 24/7 for water/fire damage cleanup & Restoration and can also help with your insurance claims. We also provide mold testing as well as mold removal &
Our skilled IICRC professional technicians are certified for all our areas of services. We provide our clients with complete satisfaction because we believe that our business is built upon referrals and repeat business.
We offer dependable, courteous, prompt service with a 200% No-risk money-back guarantee. Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality of satisfaction and service.. We also believe in educating each client so that they will take an active role in the care and preservation of their carpets, floors and homes.
At AllStates Services we pride ourselves on outstanding service and results.
To all our potential clients in the New Jersey - NJ area, Nothing is more important that your complete and total satisfaction.
New Jersey info
Known as “The Garden State” is located in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the United States. It is bordered on the north by New York, and to its east the Hudson River, Sandy Hook Bay, Long Island and the Atlantic Ocean. Delaware, is on the southwestern side with Pennsylvania to the west.
New Jersey was originally inhabited by Native Americans for more than 2,800 years, the first European settlements in the area were established by the Swedes and Dutch in the early 1600s. The English later seized control of the region, naming it the Province of New Jersey, which was granted to Sir George Carteret and John Berkeley, 1st Baron Berkeley of Stratton as a colony. At this time, the name was taken from the largest of the English Channel Islands, Jersey. New Jersey was an important site during the American Revolutionary War; several decisive battles were fought there. Later, people who worked in factories in cities such as Paterson and Trenton helped to drive the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century. New Jersey's position at the center of the Northeast Corridor, between Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., fueled its rapid growth through the suburban boom of the 1950s and beyond. Today, New Jersey has the highest population density and the second highest median income of any state in the United States.
The Gateway Region, encompassing Hudson County, Essex County, Union County, Middlesex County, Bergen County, and Passaic County.
The Skylands Region, encompassing Sussex County, Morris County, Warren County, Hunterdon County, and Somerset County.
The Shore Region, encompassing Monmouth County and Ocean County.
Delaware River Region, encompassing Mercer County, Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, and Salem County.
The Greater Atlantic City Region, encompassing Atlantic County.
The Southern Shore Region, encompassing Cumberland County and Cape May County.
As with many other features, New Jersey's climate divides into regions; the south, central, and northeast parts of the state have a humid subtropical climate, while the northwest has a humid continental climate, with slightly cooler temperatures due to higher elevation and mountains.
Summers are typically hot and humid, with statewide average high temperatures of 82 - 88°F (28 - 31°C) and lows of 60 - 70°F (15 - 21°C),). Winters are usually cold with average high temperatures of 38 - 46°F (3 - 8°C) and lows of 26 - 32 °F (-3 - 0 °C) for most of the state, during the winter. Northwestern parts of the state have slightly colder winters with average temperatures just below freezing. Spring and Autumn are erratic, and could range from chilly to warm, although they are usually pleasantly mild with low humidity.
Average annual precipitation ranges from 43 to 51 inches (1,120 - 1,320 mm), fairly spread throughout the year. Average snowfall per winter season range from 10 - 15 inches (25 - 38 cm) in the south and near the seacoast, 15 - 30 inches (38 - 78 cm) in the northeast and central part of the state, to about 40 - 50 inches (1 - 1,27 m) in the northwestern highlands, but this often vary from year to year.
During winter and early spring, New Jersey can in some years experience nor'easters, which could cause blizzards or flooding in northeastern parts of the United States. New Jersey could also have drought and rain-free period for weeks. Hurricanes and tropical storms (such as Hurricane Floyd in 1999), and earthquakes are rare.
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