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Roof spring maintenance

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One of the most importance home maintenance considerations is spring melt and drainage. Moisture created by spring melt affects a roof much more severely than a simple rain shower. The pressure from the remaining ice and snow forces water to back up under the shingles and through pinhole sized gaps. It can even cause more water to be drawn in …

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Events in Saskatoon for March 2017

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Lots to do this month in Saskatoon! March brings us a variety of tradeshows including the annual Gardenscape, Homestyles, Sports and Leisure Show, and Family Expo. There’s also a few Rush home games left in the year with 2 happening this month and playoff hockey. There’s also a few big musicians this month with Eric Church, The Lumineers, and Weezer …

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The price of renovations

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If you are looking for a home in Saskatoon, you may come across one that interests you but it may not be exactly perfect. Maybe the home needs new flooring or windows or even a new kitchen. These may seem like a daunting task and you may be unable to conceptualize the final project but that’s why you have hired …

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Events in Saskatoon for February 2017

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The Saskachewan Rush are back in full force for the month of February! If you haven’t been to a game yet, I highly recommend it. It’s fun for people of all ages and something unique the city has to offer. February also has live theatre and live music to check out. Get out and enjoy this great city! Feb 1 …

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Starting the year off with home maintenance

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The new year is a great time to start thinking about home maintenance and there are a few important items that should top your list of priorities. A few small tasks will make the world of difference and give your home a great start to 2017. Start at the top Even though snow is still prevalent its always a good …

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The new tax implications of selling your home

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At the beginning of this week, Finance Minister Bill Morneau introduced changes to the current tax model around selling your primary residence. This, along with the new mortgage rules are an attempt to ensure foreign investors abide by our current tax laws. Although these changes are focused on foreign investors, the changes will also have an affect on those Canadians …

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Events in Saskatoon for January 2017

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January is a slower month in Saskatoon after all the excitement from Christmas and New Years. There are a few things going on around the city though if you feel like heading out. Live sports and live theatre are always happening. Get out and see what our great city has to offer! Jan 2 PJHL – Saskatoon Royals vs. Saskatoon …

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Winter fire safety

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Baby it’s cold outside. Well, not really if you’re experiencing the above seasonal warm temperatures here in Saskatoon. But sorry to break the bad news. The cold will be coming. It’s unavoidable. During the winter months, the chance of a residential house fire increases as we try to stay warm. There are things that we can do as homeowners to …

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Saskatoon’s newest neighbourhood, Aspen Ridge

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Aspen Ridge is one of Saskatoon‘s newest neighbourhoods. Situated north of Evergreen, this residential development is set to be a complete community. It is designed to accommodate all aspects of your daily life including a range of housing options, employment opportunities, art, culture, recreational facilities, and other amenities. The main entrance road is McCormand Rd and connects residents to Evergreen, …

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Events in Saskatoon for December 2016

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December brings a month of great holiday festivities, great sporting events, and lots of live music. And don’t forget to check out the extensive New Years Eve events happening in Saskatoon from fireworks to live music to dancing. There’s something for everyone! Dec 9 PJHL – Saskatoon Westleys vs. Saskatoon Quakers Rod Hamm Arena @ 7:45pm Dec 9 to 10 …

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