hand hold pot with pansies on the blossoming garden background

Posted on October 23, 2013 at 4:20 pm by & filed under Burlington.

It might be October, but growing season isn’t over until the first hard frost hits. There are still plenty of plants you can grow, saving you money in the grocery store’s produce aisle. Fall is a fantastic time for gardening as in Ontario, we tend to get more rain, there is still plenty of sunlight,… Read more »

spring blooming sidewalk

Posted on June 5, 2013 at 4:00 pm by & filed under Curb Appeal.

The real estate market in Burlington is a competitive business. That’s why it’s always important to improve your home’s curb appeal to set it above the competition. When a prospective buyer drives through your neighbourhood, what do they see when they spot your home? Is the well-manicured front lawn, or is the driveway in great… Read more »

Posted on May 29, 2013 at 3:00 pm by & filed under Interior Design.

Time flies when you’re having fun and that’s why it’s no secret how quickly your home can start to look dated. When you are selling your home, you really want to showcase something that looks relatively modern. Sure, in some sense a classical look is fine for a home, as long as it’s elegant. Some… Read more »

Posted on May 22, 2013 at 3:58 pm by & filed under Curb Appeal.

Nobody wants weeds in their garden (unless, of course, you’re going for a dilapidated haunted house look).  Weeds will really bring down the curb appeal of your home, as well, weeds will crowd out the plants you actually want, killing off those vegetables you’ve worked so hard to maintain, or those flowers that look nice… Read more »

Posted on February 5, 2013 at 3:38 pm by & filed under Interior Design.

Home DIY’s has been a craze for quite some time. Tim the Toolman may have been someone who brought it into popularity (as well as Earnest, from Earnest Goes to Camp and such), but in the decades since Home Improvement the home improvement trend seems to continue. It’s no wonder why no matter what you want… Read more »

Posted on January 23, 2013 at 4:27 pm by & filed under Burlington.

Decorating your home for Christmas is much more fun than cleaning up afterward. Often, we just tend to grab and throw all the decorations into a box, only to scratch our heads 11 months later. Instead of declaring year after year that you’ll do a much better job the next year, put them away properly with… Read more »