Showing posts from March, 2021

Four Week Spring Cleaning Challenge

  Struggling with where to start with your Spring cleaning? Or overwhelmed with the amount of work that lies ahead? We’ve created a Four Week Spring Cleaning Challenge to simplify your clean! Over the four weeks, you will manage to clean and declutter every inch of your home. By breaking down into four weeks, the task of a whole home cleaning seems far less overwhelming. Click here to read the full day-by-day guide! Declutter declutter declutter! Get rid of items taking up unnecessary space in your home before you start cleaning. There's no point in deep cleaning things you will be tossing. Organize items into categories: donate, replace, or toss.  Day 1: The heavy lifting Day 2: Kitchen/mudroom Day 3: Living room, family room and office Day 4: Bedrooms Day 5: Bathrooms Day 6: Bonus rooms and closets Day 7: Let go! Consider a bin rental to get rid of waste quickly and easily. Time to get cleaning! Vacuum, mop, dust and sanitize. Make sure to deep-clean your furniture and mattress

Upgrades to Increase the Value of Your Rental Property

  The intent behind rental properties is to get the most out of your investment. There are many small upgrades that can be done to increase the value of the property to improve the look, feel, and most importantly the value of the rental. Read below for some ideas on how to make your property seem more attractive. The kitchen and bathroom are one of the most important areas of a unit, so it is important to have them looking modern and updated. There is a wide range of different styles and colours to choose from, try scrolling through Pinterest for inspiration. If completely replacing the doors isn’t in your budget, a coat of paint can also go a long way. If even the new paint is outside of your budget, give them a good wipe down and add some new pulls! The backsplash can be used as the focal point of the kitchen - it is where many people choose to get creative. Use a unique tile shape or colour to add a modern feel to the kitchen, and give the potential renter some inspiration for how

Tips for Keeping Your Renovation Project Tidy

  If you’re planning a renovation project, it can be overwhelming to imagine your home in shambles... especially if you will be continuing to live in the home while the work is being done. Keep these tips in mind to create some order through the chaos, as well as to protect the parts of your home that will accumulate dust and other waste throughout the renovation. Plan ahead at least one week at a time to organize what tools and materials you will need to use and what can be temporarily stored. This will dramatically reduce the amount of clutter in your home. It will also make it easier when it comes time to use a certain item to know that everything you need will be easily accessible. If this is a larger renovation that will limit your access to your kitchen and/or laundry room, make sure you will still have a designated washing station, as well as a small counter space to prepare food. Even if you will only be restricted access for a short period of time, these two spaces are essenti