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Expert tips on starting a vegetable garden

Wednesday Apr 28th, 2021

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Ready to start your own vegetable garden this year? It can be daunting at first, but gardening is an incredibly rewarding hobby to get into. If you have never tasted garden-fresh vegetables you will be amazed by the sweet, juicy flavours and vibrant textures. There’s absolutely nothing quite like fresh veggies, especially when you can grow them yourself. Here Canadian grower, Andrew Hendriks of Hendriks Greenhouse, shares some tips for getting started: Pick the perfect... [read more]

3 mistakes new homeowners make

Friday Oct 16th, 2020

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Your brand-new home means a lot to you, so it goes without saying that you want to be the best homeowner you can possibly be. Knowing how to operate your HVAC system and properly maintain your hardwood floor is only part of the challenge. Where a lot of homeowners fall short is making the most of their warranty.  When you understand your warranty and how it works, both you and your home reap the benefits. You can start by avoiding three of the biggest mistakes that... [read more]

The great laundry debate: Top load vs. front load

Wednesday Oct 7th, 2020

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With the rising number of features found in modern laundry machines, from smart dispensers to Wi-Fi, it’s easy to get lost in all the bells and whistles. But features aside, the most important decision you’ll make when buying a new laundry pair is whether to go front or top load.   To help you choose the best one for your lifestyle, check out three key differentiators:  The design of your laundry room. If you’re planning to do a straight swap from... [read more]

Set your home up for a cozy winter

Tuesday Nov 19th, 2019

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One of the best things about winter is coming inside from the frigid weather to a cozy and welcoming environment. To make your home a space where you’ll want to hibernate all season long, check out these tips. Add layers of lighting. Our winters can be long and cold, so take steps to make sure your refuge is toasty warm and inviting. Swap out cool, white lightbulbs for warm ones and place plenty of light fixtures at various heights throughout your home. Think reading lamps, wall... [read more]

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