October 2019

Found 3 blog entries for October 2019.

How and When to Winterize a HomeWinterizing a Leduc home can save homeowners on their utility bills and ensure the home is comfortable and secure no matter how cold it gets outside. The best part about this common autumn task is it's probably not as difficult as it may first seem. All it really requires is an observant eye and a few tools. Here are four tips that will ready any property for the plunge in temperatures.

Target the Doors and Windows

There are two key ways to take care of the openings to the home:

  • Caulking: The foundation is constantly shifting in a home, and the changes can cause gaps in the windows. Caulking should be done every few years to ensure all holes are patched.
  • Weatherstripping: This low-cost winterizing solution can be used around the doors.
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Which Type of Siding is Best? How to ChooseWhat kind of siding is best? This is one of the things that Fort Saskatchewan homeowners ask themselves when they're building a home or installing new siding on their existing home. There are many different siding options and they're not all created equal. Understanding the advantages of each type of siding can help you decide which type is right for you.

Brick or Stone

Brick and stone veneer siding look just like traditional brick. Homeowners like brick and stone veneer because it lasts for generations and requires little maintenance. These siding materials do not need to be sealed or painted. Only the occasional cleaning is necessary to keep them in good condition.

When having brick or stone veneer installed on a home, it's important to work

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The Risks of Selling Your Home as a FSBOHomes are valuable assets, and most individuals understand that they will pay a commission of some type based upon that value when selling through traditional methods. This is a primary reason many Devon AB homeowners looking to sell find the idea of a ‘for sale by owner' (FSBO) transaction appealing. However, regardless of the route taken, owners will spend some money out-of-pocket and face some risks when selling a home in Canada. Here's the scoop on costs and potential pitfalls.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Time is Money—Sellers Must Evaluate the Value of Theirs

Owners tend to underestimate the immense amount of time it takes to

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