Darlene Dolan, Realtor
603-997-6740
Aaron Dolan, Realtor
603-997-1986
12 Ocean Blvd Seabrook Beach, NH 03874
603-814-1061 x333

Resources

If you’re thinking about buying real estate on the seacoast, here are some links to information that you may find useful.

Attractionsback to top

Seacoast Science Center
www.seacentr.org

Portsmouth Music Hall
www.themusichall.org

Strawbery Banke
www.strawberybanke.org

Prescott Park Arts Festival
www.prescottpark.org

Fuller Gardens
fullergardens.org

Red Hook Brewery
www.redhook.com

Hampton Beach Casino
www.casinoballroom.com

Isles of Shoals
www.islesofshoals.com

Whittemore Center Arena
campusrec.unh.edu/whittemore-center-arena

Childrenback to top

Water Country
www.watercountry.com

York Zoo
www.yorkzoo.com

Children’s Museum of New Hampshire
www.childrens-museum.org

Blue Ocean Discovery Center
blueoceansociety.org

Applecrest Orchard
www.applecrest.com

Seacoast Science Center
Odiorne State Park, Rye
seacoastsciencecenter.org

Rye Airfield Skate Park
ryeairfield.com

 

 

Water Sportsback to top

HAMPTON

Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Co.
cinnamonrainbows.com


RYE

Summer Session
www.newhampshiresurf.com


SEABROOK

Northeast Board Culture
www.northeastboardculture.com


NORTH HAMPTON

Pioneers Board Shop
www.pioneersboardshop.com

Abenaqui Country Club
731 Central Road, Rye 603-964-5563

Breakfast Hill Golf Club
399 Breakfast Hill Rd., Greenland 603-436-5001

Exeter Country Club
Jody Hill Avenue, Exeter 603-772-4752

Golk Club of New England
167 Winnicutt Road, Stratham 603-775-7774

Portsmouth Country Club
80 Country Club Lane, Greenland 603-436-9791

Sagamore Golf Center
101 North Road, North Hampton 603-964-5341

Wentworth By the Sea Country Club
60 Wentworth Road, Rye
603-433-3050

Utilitiesback to top

Electric & Gas
Unitil
1-800-582-7276
www.unitil.com

EVERSOURCE (electric)
1-800-662-7764
eversource.com

Cable & Internet
Comcast
1-800-COM-CAST
www.comcast.com

Water
Aquarion
603-926-3319
www.aquarion.com

Hospitalsback to top

Portsmouth Hospital
www.portsmouthhospital.com

Exeter Hospital
www.foreveryday.com

Radon is an extremely toxic colorless gas. It is estimated that 12% of lung cancers annually in the United States are attributable to radon. Fortunately, testing for radon is a simple and relatively inexpensive procedure which can be performed at your home inspection.

For more information about radon:
www.epa.gov/radon/

The way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture. Mold spores travel through indoor and outdoor air continually. When they land on a damp spot indoors, they begin growing and digesting whatever they are growing on in order to survive.

To prevent mold growth:
1. Fix the source of the water problem or leak
2. Clean and dry any damp or wet building materials
3. Reduce indoor humidity
4. Vent moisture-generating sources to outside (showers, clothes dryers)

For more information about mold:
www.epa.gov/mold

Lead is a highly toxic metal that was used in the past in many household products. Many homes built before 1978 have lead-based paint. Sellers must disclose known information on lead-based paint before selling a home. Buyers have the opportunity to test for lead before purchasing a home.

For more information about lead:
www.epa.gov/lead