It’s the most exciting time of the year –cottage and camping season is right around the corner! If you’re planning to open up your cottage this weekend, keep this checklist in mind to ensure a great start to the season:
Did you know that water damage accounts for more than half of all home insurance claims in Canada? Unfortunately many homeowners do not think about sewer systems and stormwater management until there is a problem. Just because you live on top of a hill, or the fact that you’ve never had any issues with basement flooding in the past does not mean that you are in the clear.
Green grass and budding leaves are a definite sign that winter has come and gone. It’s the month to get your hands dirty and your garden ready for planting. Here are some other items to check off your spring to-do list to make your home ready...
April is the perfect time to give the inside and outside of your home a bit of a refresh. Check out this month’s top to-dos.
Finding the right level of insurance coverage can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re looking to save time, or you’re unsure of the level of coverage required, an insurance broker could be right for you.
With old man winter's icy grip finally loosening, we can expect some warmer weather this month. Although it's not officially spring until March 20th, it's never too early to begin your annual home spring cleaning!
Spring is near, which means the peak home buying season is not far behind. If you’re considering selling or are just looking to make some upgrades to your house, here are the best bang for your buck ways...
A common belief among Canadians is that we have already have health insurance through our provincial governments, so there is no reason to spend money on unnecessary coverage. While this is partially correct, that’s not the full picture.
Tackling a short to-do list every month can keep your house safe, organized, and efficient in the months ahead. Check off each item on your February to-do list for a happy home and happy family!
Winter can be tough on many parts of a home. Whether it’s snow, ice or rain, our windows, porches and driveways take a beating. However, homeowners need to look up, as their roof is one of their property’s most vulnerable areas.