November 11th, 2015

19 Tips On How To Reduce Home Humidity

Posted in Uncategorised on November 11, 2015 by duadmin
You know it when excess home moisture raises its ugly head. You’ll spot foggy windows, smell a mildew or musty odor, or your skin feels clammy. If it has been around for a while it had the chance to mark its territory. Damp spots, mold, and rotting wood are signs the soggy enemy is taking […]
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Homeowner Information Package

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A Guide to Your New Home Warranty For all homes with a date of possession on or after July 1, 2008 The contents of this publication will be updated periodically. This edition applies to freehold and contract homes and condominiums with a date of possession on or after July, 2008. If you took possession of […]
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Helping homeowners embrace their new space

Posted in Uncategorised on November 11, 2015 by duadmin
Earlier this month Tarion participated in the Toronto Fall Home Show. The theme for this year’s show was “Embracing Your Space.” For Tarion, it was all about embracing new home ownership and answering any and all questions about the warranty that comes with almost every new home in the province. In four days, our staff […]
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Alert! When it gets cold, water freezes.

Posted in Uncategorised on November 11, 2015 by duadmin
Sadly, it sometimes freezes in the wrong place. As the AAA sign suggests this particular garage was not in Ontario. The picture was taken in Denver. We found it on Google. We want to help you avoid having your frozen garage, basement or kitchen photo show up on Google for a similar reason. First, remember […]
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If a nail pops in the forest…

Posted in Uncategorised on November 11, 2015 by duadmin
Ah! You’ve finally moved into your new home. Congratulations! Those new walls and ceilings await you like a blank canvas. Artwork, photos, lighting, maybe a different paint colour after all… The opportunities to personalize your new space and make it perfect seem limitless. But wait! What’s that? That spot on the wall? A crack? A […]
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