Home Security: Are Your Doors and Locks Safe?

Burglary is among the greatest concerns of most families and homeowners, yet home security is something many of us take for granted

Picking The Right Fireplace For Your Home

With the forecast calling for another bout of incredibly cold weather, I thought now would be a great time to write a bit about fireplaces.

Home Safety: 10 ways to make your property more secure

Safety and security are a  concern for many Canadian homeowners.    With a little work and regular maintenance around your house and property, you can do a lot to make sure you and your family feel as safe as possible.   Really, it’s worth it!  After all, who doesn’t want that feeling of safety in […]

Home Security: Are Your Doors and Locks Safe?

Burglary is among the greatest concerns of most families and homeowners, yet home security is something many of us take for granted.

DIY Friday: 10 safety tips for your next Do-It-Yourself adventure

Beginning a Do-It-Yourself project can be an exciting challenge with the potential to increase your home’s resale value, but it can quickly turn dangerous if you don’t put safety first. Consider these 10 safety tips before embarking on your next DIY adventure:

Open House Safety Tips

Open houses are a necessary part of putting your home on the market and one of the tools that will help to sell you property.  What buyer wouldn’t want to inspect their potential new home and what could be the largest investment they have?  Unfortunately, whether it is a public open house or a private […]

Open House Safety Tips

Open houses are a necessary part of putting your home on the market. Here are some safety tips for preparing your home and yourself, for an open house.

Condominium Living: Security and safety tips

The majority of condominiums are secure and safe places to live. However, it is always a good idea to periodically check and review some of the safety and security features of your suite and building (whether you rent or own). Here a few tips to help you enjoy your condo safely and securely.

House Hunting: Child-friendly features to look for when shopping for a new home

Undoubtedly you will have your own list of child-proofing needs, but if you start your search by looking for a house that is already somewhat child-friendly you can ease some of the frustration after you’ve moved in.

Responsible Home Ownership: Tips for eliminating carbon monoxide sources

Carbon monoxide in your home is certainly dangerous and quite possibly deadly. Wondering what you can do to protect your family from it? Here are some tips for eliminating sources of carbon monoxide and reducing your risks of CO poisoning.