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Posted by Martin Minda
on August 18, 2014
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This week has been rather gloomy and wet, which means that unfortunately, we couldn't take little man and Ms. Nosy to the park and field across the street after dinner. I would love to have them both enjoy that ...
Posted by Stephen Chow
on July 31, 2014
Toronto continues to have one of the most active condo markets in North America with literally hundreds of cranes dotting the skyline city wide. With so much in development it is often difficult to keep up on the progress of in- construction buildings, buildings in sales and completed projects. There are a few sites I find useful for keeping track of this info.
www.urbantoronto.ca is a public ...
Posted by Jay Kowal
on July 15, 2014
If you’re planning on putting your house on the market this summer—and your hoping to have it sold by the end of the summer—the clock is ticking. Even before you meet with a real estate agent, you need to get your house, and yourself, ready to capitalize on the summer selling season! Here are some essential steps to take now in order to make your home ready to go on the market:
Posted by Hans Taal
on June 27, 2014
It’s Time for an A/C Check and Cleaning
The heat of summer is on the way — and already full blast in some regions — so it’s time to think about having your air conditioning unit serviced. You’ll probably need to call an HVAC specialist for this job. A typical A/C check and cleaning service involves the following:
Clean the condenser
Clean and check ...
Posted by David Houston
on June 26, 2014
Many homeowners who have a formal living room and dining rooms rarely use them except for special occasions such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. The same goes for unused square footage such as breakfast nooks, laundry rooms, and hallways and even spare bedrooms—space wasted most or all of the year. There is a cure for all the wasted space in your home: rethinking your rooms. The fact is that a ...
Posted by Hans Taal
on June 18, 2014
I wanted to share a useful tool that I have been passing along to all of my first time property owners who are themselves landlords and have renters living in their property - Landlord & Tenant Board website.
Not only is this site incredibly user friendly, it has a well balanced amount of information for both landlords and tenants.
From a landlords perspective, you will find things such as: ...
Posted by Vito Francone
on June 18, 2014
How To Open A Swimming Pool
Pool Opening Procedure - Overview
Opening the Pool - General
Opening the Pool - Detailed
Uh oh ... Houston, We Have a Problem
Water loss Problems
A pool properly maintained during the winter months can be prepared for a new season of swimming with a minimum of effort.
Pump, hose, or sweep away water, dirt, or debris from the cover and deck. Remove the cover and ...
Posted by Leah Shaw
on June 9, 2014
Finally the weather is warming up, and being typical Canadians the first hot, humid day we have we will be complaining and turning on the air conditioning and telling ourselves, and anyone who will listen - " It's not the heat, it's the humidity".
As the changing of the seasons requires certain maintenance to our homes and properties—snow blowers become lawn mowers, ...
Posted by Sa'ad Ismail
on May 30, 2014
VIVA Transit Installs Bicycle Racks on all VIVA Transit Buses
Commencing Monday, May 26, 2014 you will be able to bring your bicycle with you on VIVA transit routes.
Bike racks in the past have been installed on YRT transit system buses since 2008. Now all VIVA buses will have bike racks too!
VIVA and YRT buses bike rack feature is part of their Bike ‘n’ Bus Metrolinx ...
Posted by Pamela Prescott
on May 23, 2014