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26May2012
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cut_line_paintLike most of us, you are probably trying to save money where you can when it comes to renovations and repairs. Painting is one of the most common jobs that people choose to take care of themselves. And yet, an amateur paint job tends to be fairly noticeable and can ruin the overall impression of a room. Solution? Learn to paint like a pro! Here are some too-often ignored tips.

17Apr2012
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woman-do-it-yourself-tool-beltEverybody has a few nagging issues in their home that they haven’t got round to fixing. Maybe it’s a clogged sink, holes in the wall, or a toilet that keeps running. While certain home repairs require professionals (hello electrical!) there are lots of things that are more manageable than you think.

31Oct2011
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{jcomments off}It happens.mold-flooded-basement

Basement floods are, unfortunately, a very common occurrence in Canada. There are an average of 4000 basement floods reported to insurance companies in Canada per year – and those are just the ones that are claimed. The best thing one can do is arm themselves with knowledge.

The process itself generally looks something like this: flood occurs, homeowners contact insurance company, insurance adjustors suggest their own contractors to do repair work, contractors get basement back to where it was before the flood, or something close to it.

18Oct2011
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Whether you live in a brand new house, a house which is just a few years old, or a century old home, as the temperatures cool down some unwanted fall guests may begin to move inside your house. No...we are not talking about family members or even pets. We are talking about mice. 

The drop in temperature is a signal to mice that it's moving day. The abundant food source as well as warmth and protection from the long cold winter are their motive. Setting up a hidden nest somewhere within your home is their idea of the perfect winter retreat. If they truly enjoy the real estate, they may decide to remain all year round. For mice, a perfect habitat is provided by nesting within the walls, basement, attic, a cupboard, or floor of your house. With both food and water readily available, what more could they want?

05Oct2011
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Ants are part of nature. Most people do not mind seeing them outside. When they begin to enter a
house in search of food then people tend to become concerned. After all, no one likes to find ants in
their home. Most ants are not as destructive as the carpenter ant. The damage they can cause to the
structure of a new home or an old home can be extensive.

19Jan2011
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Disaster strikes and you need to put your life back together again.  Here is a step by step approach that concentrates on you and your family first and then works diligently rebuilding your home.

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Take care of yourself and your family

It is important to take care of you and your family as a first priority. Living through the shock of a disastrous event is a daunting task and it will take some time to get your life back in order. The key ingredient in this phase is to realize that you have a dedicated team of professionals behind you working on your home while you are working on getting your family settled.

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