Some Post Holiday Tips

Some Post Holiday Tips

If your holiday is just not complete without a live tree, the Government of Canada has a few tips to keep the danger at bay.Fresh trees are less likely to catch fire, so look for a tree with vibrant green needles that are hard to pluck and don’t break easily from its...
Pride In Ownership Can Pay Off

Pride In Ownership Can Pay Off

Any prospective home-buyer knows this situation well. You’re set up for a viewing but when you get there the property condition is less than ideal. Maybe the counters are cluttered, the kitchen sink stacked with dishes, or the basement hiding its full potential...
Winter Homeowner Tips

Winter Homeowner Tips

Let the heat reach you: Dust or vacuum radiators, baseboard heaters and furnace duct openings often and keep them free from obstructions such as furniture, carpets and drapes. Replace/Clean Furnace Filters: Check and clean or replace furnace air filters each month...
Seal Out The Cold

Seal Out The Cold

In winter, reduce the heat lost from your home or workplace by getting rid of drafts around windows, doors, baseboards and outside wall openings. Windows can account for a large part of heat loss in a building. Upgrade them if they are too old. Window insulators can...
Back To School Tips

Back To School Tips

With summer in full swing it might feel like the kids have just finished the school year, but we all know how quickly time flies when you’re having fun. When it comes to back to school, there’s lot’s to think about – clothes, supplies, sports and club equipment. So...

Important News

Effective July 22, The Bank of Canada has lowered the benchmark rate used to qualify your mortgage from 5.34% to 5.19%. This means you can qualify for a larger mortgage.

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