Fairfax Area Under Snow

Dated: 03/05/2015

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We are being bombarded with snow, it is continually falling all day long with gusts of wind.  Anyone with a home in Fairfax County needs to make sure your homes stay up to at least 58 degrees so that there is no pipes freezing. This is a major concern as it can cause thousands of dollars in damage.  Fairfax is supposed to receive somewhere between 6-10 inches of snow today.  On the bright side after this storm it is supposed to warm up and next week could reach 60 degrees outside.  People are staying warm and inside for now but soon will bring the spring real estate market and many people in the Fairfax area will be looking to list and sell their homes.  We here at www.FairfaxCountyHomesOnline.com is your trust site for homes in Northern Virginia.  We are the local real estate experts in Fairfax county. Stay warm and safe from Snowpacalypse 2. 

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Frank Kenney

I grew up in Fairfax County and playing sports throughout the area. As an adult I have been running my own company for almost 10 years. I took a struggling franchise and grew it into the largest of i....

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