Yes, the sun is starting to make more appearances as we approach the beginning of spring. If you live in an area that still has a lot of snow, then there’s a chance your home is at risk of flooding during the spring thaw.
Believe it or not, spring is right around the corner. The days are a bit longer, the birds will soon be chirping, and we’ll hopefully have fewer cloudy days. But you better believe your home took a beating this winter.
The small details in a home make a big difference, and discerning buyers will look at your home through a magnifying glass. That’s why we’ve listed a few budget-friendly and quick home renovations you should do before listing your home.
If you’re familiar with Newinhomes.com, you know that we typically focus on new home construction and the Greater Toronto Area housing market in general. But, this month, we’ll also be focusing on home renovation tips!
In the last week, the City of Toronto received more than 200 calls from residents because their water wasn’t working. According to a release from the City, more than 90% of the water issues were due to frozen pipes on private property.
To some, it might seem like self-care is merely a millennial buzzword; but there’s much more to it than face masks and aromatherapy candles. Staying on top of spring cleaning can be a form of self-care, too.
Now that spring is officially here and spring cleaning is underway, many of us are coming to terms with the fact that cleaning is literally and figuratively a chore. So why not hire a housekeeper for your new home?
Even as home prices balance out, many buyers are still having affordability issues in and around the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). If you’ve had your eye on a new home but haven’t quite found it yet, we think you’ll appreciate this list of small updates.
When it comes to home maintenance, there are the obvious things that stand out for everyone; clearing the gutters, shoveling the driveway, repairing downspouts, sealing windows, etc.
We bet there’s a handful of home maintenance tasks that