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Basic Toolkit Every Homeowner Needs

Posted by Customer Care on Sun, Oct 6, 2019

Home maintenance is part of every homeowner's life. In a brand-new home, you shouldn’t have to make any repairs for a long time, but you probably want to have a set of tools on hand for small projects or to maintain high traffic areas in your home. We’ve put together a list of some of the most important tools to help you get started.

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Requirements For Income Suites In Regina

Posted by Kelsey J. on Wed, Oct 2, 2019

In an effort to provide more affordable rental units in Regina, the municipal government has been promoting income suites. Typically, these are basement suites, above-garage suites, or separate building structures in the backyard called garden suites. There’s such a large demand for these types of rental units, the City of Regina has created a Housing Incentives Program.

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Maintain Your Gutters, Before The Frost

Posted by Curt K. on Sun, Sep 29, 2019

The kids are back in school and that means summer’s over. Autumn is coming and soon we’ll be climbing up our roofs and cleaning out the gutters before the fall leaves begin their damage. But how much damage can some leaves really do? Well, in my business, I’ve seen quite a bit.

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An Income Suite Can Help You Qualify For A Mortgage

Posted by Kara S. on Wed, Sep 25, 2019
Your monthly income plays a huge role in how much you can get when you apply for a mortgage. The higher your income, the more home you can afford and without a major promotion or taking a second job, it’s hard to increase your monthly earnings. But, if you decide to  add an income suite in your new home , you can put that rental income towards the bank’s calculations – helping you qualify for a larger mortgage. 
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Remember to Turn Off Your Hose Bibb (Outside Spigot) Before Winter

Posted by Customer Care on Sun, Sep 22, 2019

Your hose bibb, or outside spigot, is the faucet located on the exterior of your house. Do you know where you connect a garden hose? Yup, that’s your hose bibb. In winter, homeowners in colder climates need to turn off the water to their hose bibbs to prevent damage and flooding when the weather drops below freezing.

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