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Carpet Maintenace Tips

Posted by Dave M. on Thu, Aug 16, 2018

Here are some suggestions to help keep your carpet in tip top shape:

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8 Things You Should Expect From a New Home Builder

Posted by Rochelle N. on Thu, Aug 16, 2018

Buying a brand new home in Regina is an exciting endeavour. An ideal buying process should be both hassle-free and straightforward when you pick the right builder. In addition to a smooth buying process, the builder should continue to value you as a customer even after you've taken up residence.

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What You Need to Know About Purchase Contracts

Posted by Rochelle N. on Mon, Aug 13, 2018

Nearly one-third of all homes sold in Canada are brand new. With a new home, you can enjoy brand new modern features, lower maintenance costs and better energy efficiency. Buying a new home is different than buying a resale, however. One of the most important things to understand about the process is the contract you will sign with the builder.

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Air Conditioning Tips & Tricks

Posted by Pacesetter Homes on Sun, Aug 12, 2018

Keeping your home cool with air conditioning in the summer is essential for preserving your health and sanity during the warmer months of the year. Even though Edmonton is one of the more temperate areas in Canada, the heat can soar during the summer, making it difficult to sleep and hard to enjoy the home you worked so hard to build.

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Cleaning Your Dryer Vent Can Reduce Fire Risk

Posted by Curt K. on Thu, Aug 9, 2018

1. Why clean your dryer vent duct?

The U.S. Fire Administration reports that every year more than 2,900 home fires are started by clothes dryers, and the leading cause of these fires is a buildup of lint due to lack of simple maintenance on the part of the owner. Each load of laundry that passes through your washing machine and makes its way to your clothes dryer contains lint—mostly small particles of cloth and fiber that are loosened from clothing by the action of agitating water.

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