If you have old appliances, you might want to consider upgrading them. Even though they might still be working and functional, it might be cost beneficial to upgrade to new, more efficient replacements. As appliances get on in years, they become dirty, inefficient, and are prone to constant, costly repairs. If you are looking to save time, money, and energy, then consider replacing the following appliances...Read More
For prospective remodelers, there are really only two types of basements—those built with no thought that the space might one day be finished, and those built with an eye toward habitable rooms...Read More
The Canadian Government’s 2009 Renovation Tax Credit may have long expired, but there are still plenty of benefits to renovating your home. Get off to a good start by having the right financing in place, and understanding which projects will add the most value.
One of the most important steps in planning a renovation is to establish a realistic budget. Once you have an estimate of your costs, add an extra 10-15% as a contingency to cover any unforeseen overages. With a clear budget in place, you can confidently begin to review financing options.Read More
Happy February! In honour of Valentine’s Day, We are giving you a checklist about giving your home (and loved ones) some extra TLC. Check out our top to-dos to keep your home clean, cozy and clutter-free.Read More