Fall Home Maintenance Tips
Before you build a deck this summer, read this article first!
Say goodbye to winter and hello to summer with these handy tips and tricks - get your backyard looking its best for your 2021 backyard parties.
Sump pumps are a critical component in managing water flow away from your home. With Spring thaw it is important you know how they work and can ensure that they are working properly.
When winter's here, it is all too easy to stay snuggled under a blanket with a hot cup of cocoa and way too many episodes of the latest Netflix show. Once the weather warms, however, it typically time to start the deep clean of your home. Spring is typically the time for rejuvenation so why not carry that over to your whole home! The fresh air and greenery make us want to carry that over to indoor spaces as well. If you are unsure of where to start here are a few tips to get you started.
Wind wash is caused by airflow coming through the soffits or roof vents into your attic space. Wind gusts can push loose-fill insulation out of place, causing bare spots and uneven insulation. We've got tips on how to fix this.
As we move into a new season and the weather begins to warm up homeowners should be doing their annual spring maintenance for their home. It is good practice as a homeowner to keep a regular schedule with checking and maintaining the extremely important components of your new home.
Why Use your HRV? 1. They give you a warm well ventilated home and stop you "emptying your wallet" into the atmosphere every time you open your windows. In winter, they can help save on your heating bills; in summer, they reduce the need for air conditioning. 2. By keeping excess moisture out of your home, they're better for your home, your furnishings, and your health (properly ventilated homes that are neither too hot nor too damp are less likely to harbour dust mites, a very common trigger of asthma.) and they help to keep the "climate" inside your home at a more constant level. 3. They save you money by reusing the air leaving your home to heat the incoming cool air.
As snow squalls, deep freezes, and bone-chilling temperatures settle in throughout Saskatchewan, you may feel the need to bundle up in blankets and stay indoors for the next few months. However, your garage door needs care and maintenance now more than ever.
After a large windstorm shingles and siding can often be blown off a home. It is important as a home owner to take quick action in repairing the shingles and [...]