I have listed a new property at #A 1318 Molson ST in Winnipeg.
Totally immaculate! Long time owners have lovingly maintained this home over the years. Fantastic affordable 3 bedroom family home is close to many amenities. Bright & sunny living room is sure to be the heart of your home with plush carpeting. Spacious eat-in kitchen offers plenty of cabinet and counter space including pantry, with a large window overlooking the backyard. Kitchen appliances are all included too! Three generous bedrooms upstairs with laminate flooring all offer great closet space. There is a well maintained 4pc bath upstairs, as well as a 2pc powder room on the main floor, both withe newer toilets and faucets. Fully finished basement with open recroom, dry bar, and tons of storage space too! Fenced backyard boasts a deck with retractable awning as well as a patio & raised garden beds. Lots of updates here, including tri-pane windows & newer exterior doors, shingles 2010, hi-eff furnace 2013, HWT 2012, and additional attic insulation. A wonderful family home!
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 1.  Unfiltered apple cider vinegar

Remove the cap from the bottle, you can pour out half into a container to save/reuse as you do not need a full bottle for this method! Cover the opening in plastic wrap and secure with a rubber band. Then, poke a hole for the fruit flies to enter (does not have to be a big hole by any means). They can't resist the scent of vinegar, and they won't be able to exit once they're inside.

2. Vinegar and dish soap

If you find your fruit flies are impervious to the plastic wrap, you can try adding three drops of dish soap to a bowl of vinegar, (any size bowl will be just fine) and leave it uncovered. The soap cuts the surface tension of the vinegar so the flies will sink and drown.

3. A paper cone and a piece of fruit

Place a little vinegar and a chunk of very ripe fruit in a jar. Then, roll a piece of paper into a cone and stick it into the jar, placing the narrow opening down. The fruit flies will be drawn in, but won't be able to get out.

4. Red wine

Like vinegar, fruit flies love the smell of wine (kind of like most of us who love the taste of it!). Try leaving out an open bottle with a little liquid — the skinny neck will keep the flies trapped. Or instead of using fruit in the paper cone idea you could also pour a little red wine into the bottom of the jar instead.

5. Milk, sugar and pepper

For this method you will want to make sure everyone in the household knows that this milk isn’t for dipping your cookies in! Follow these steps; Combine a pint of milk, 4 ounces of raw sugar and 2 ounces ground pepper in a saucepan and simmer for 10 minutes. Then, pour into a shallow dish. The flies will be drawn to the mixture and quickly drown.


Now hopefully everyone out there who loves the taste and smells of the seasonal produce can actually enjoy it without having to swat those like bugs away! 

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I have listed a new property at 1028 Chancellor DR in Winnipeg.
Offers Tuesday Sept 6 6PM. Close to the university! Opportunity knocks for someone looking for a project. Bring your creativity, a blank slate to make it your own! This 3 bedroom home provides a great space for a family, or makes an ideal revenue project for an investor. Open living room/dining room/kitchen combo, with hardwood floors in dining space. Oak cabinets, with fridge and stove staying. Three good sized bedrooms, with the master offering a walk-in closet and patio doors to the deck. Fenced in backyard with parking pad for two vehicles. Finished basement is blank canvas for a great recroom, including a two piece bath and tons of storage space. Great transit access, in a quiet family neighbourhood. Tons of amenities nearby, including shopping restaurants, parks and more! Great opportunity to roll up your sleeves and build some equity!
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#1.  Use cotton drop cloths rather than plastic, here’s why. The thick canvas stays in place, so you don’t need to tape it, and you can use it to cover any surface. Plastic drop cloths are slippery to walk on or set a ladder on and don’t stay in place. Even worse, paint spills on plastic stay wet, and they can end up on your shoes and get tracked through the house. 

#2. Mix several cans of paint in a large bucket for a consistent color throughout the room. If you have to open a new can in the middle of a wall, the difference may be noticeable. Mixing the paints together eliminates the problem and gives you a more even look.

#3. Always clean the dirty surfaces on the wall first so the paint can form a strong bond. If you paint over dirty, oily surfaces, the paint will easily chip or peel off! Clean areas using a deglosser or heavy-duty cleaner intended for prepaint cleaning.

#4. Paint the trim first, then the ceiling and walls. This is because it’s easier (and faster) to tape off the trim than to tape off the walls, and you definitely wouldn’t want to have to tape them both off!  You want to let the trim dry for at least 24 hours before taping it off to do the walls, this will avoid the tape peeling off the paint from the trim.

#5. ROLL paint along the edges for consistent texture. Corners and areas next to trim that are painted only with a brush have a notice-ably different texture than the surrounding paint. Brush on the paint, then immediately roll it out before the paint dries. This will give it a smoother more matching look with to rest of the walls.

I hope this helps everyone out there who like to “Do it yourself” Happy Painting and remember always be creative! 

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Please visit our Open House at 2 Timmerman PL in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: AUGUST 28TH 12-2PM
** OPEN HOUSE AUG 28 12-2PM ** Welcome to the neighbourhood! Lovely 2+2 bedroom family home on a quiet tree-lined cul-de-sac, just down the street from the park! Freshly painted (2015) in warm designer tones, the main floor also features newer laminate floors (2014) throughout, even the bedrooms! Bright & sunny eat-in kitchen offers plenty of solid oak cabinets. Spacious living/dining room combo, with garden doors to a 3-season sun room! Fenced backyard boasts a 3-tiered deck, cozy hammock nook, mature trees including an apple tree, and a garden. Generous bedrooms on both levels, with the master offering a wall-to-wall closet. Fully finished lower level boasts a large open recroom with dry bar and hot tub, 9" ceilings and large bright windows; plus 2 bedrooms, a second full bath, laundry, and ample storage! Attached over-sized garage with double interlock driveway. Shingles (2011), sump pump (2015), furnace recently serviced, some water windows. Alarm, central vac...great value! Don't wait!
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Please visit our Open House at 47 John Mann PL in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY AUGUST 28 12-2PM
** OPEN HOUSE AUG 28 12-2PM ** Location, location! Fantastic family home, backing onto the park with lake views too! Sit on the deck and watch the kids run to the park. Big backyard? Check. Open layout with fireplace? Check. Hardwood floors? Check. Finished basement - you got it. The perfect combo of modern finishes with a warm, homey feel. The natural light in this home is amazing! Gorgeous hardwoods thruout much of the main floor, with built-in entertainment unit & surround sound, & large bright windows overlooking the park & lake. Open to the cheery eat-in kitchen, w/island & walk-in pantry, feat garden door to the deck for summer BBQ's. Formal front dining room, powder room & laundry/mudroom complete the main floor. Three spacious bedrooms upstairs, with the master offering a walk-in closet & deluxe ensuite bath, with soaker tub & shower. Open loft space is a great space for the kids to hang out, or could easily become a 4th bedroom. Fully finished recroom with plush carpet & pot lights, 4th bedroom, 4th bath, & ample storage. Wow!
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 #1. Paint is the classic makeover option. Instead of repainting a whole room, try focusing on one wall in a focal/bright color or paint a contrasting rectangle over a sofa to use as a “gallery” space. You can also paint the insides of bookshelves in an unexpected color or paint your ceiling a lighter version of the wall color. You can also use sponges or stencils to give a plain wall a little bit more of an eye catching look.


#2. You can try something as simple as replacing your bathroom shower curtain and curtain hooks, for an instant fresher look for even the most dingy bathrooms. Try picking a style or color that was completely different from the one you had previously, just to keep you surprised and your guests guessing on what your next look will be!


#3. Here’s a trick made famous by Woody Allen in Annie Hall: Change the lightbulb in your bedroom lamp with a pink one for a rosy, romantic glow. Or you can replace the entire lampshade in any color you desire, which can produce somewhat of the same affect!


#4. Spruce up your entrance by painting your front door a cheerful color. Pair it with a new lighting fixture, a season coordinating wreath, mailbox and house numbers - all available at stores like IKEA, WAL-MART & RONA.


#5. Take a stroll in the park, woods or venture down to the beach and pick up interesting (and free) seasonal accents for your home. A tray filled with pinecones, a tall vase of dried pampas grass stalks, a bowl of colorful pebbles (which you can also paint to match any existing home décor you may have already), beach glass or shells also make eye-catching home decor accessories.


#6. Replace overhead lighting with thrift-store (or box store) chandeliers. (Note: it’s recommended to hire a professional electrician to install them.) A dated-looking chandelier can be painted white. You can also add extra crystal drops, available at lighting stores. This idea may be a little more costly but still less expensive then purchasing brand new.


#7.  Peruse Craigslist, eBay or Kijiji regularly for finds. It’s amazing what shows up at a bargain or even free – but like any good second hand shopper, be sure to check regularly, as good things go fast! One plus of buying second hand is that if you want to change/add/repaint/sand/stain or recover with fabric, you don’t feel as bad to make those changes, then buying something brand new and end up not liking it later on.

 

#8. A great area rug is another eye catching decorating idea. Carpet stores often have remnants of high-end carpet at rock-bottom prices that make a great area rug. The store may bind the edges for you, or you can do it yourself with carpet binding tape and some tidy hand-sewing.


#9. Purchase an inexpensive but attractive frame, or rescue an old one from an antique store or your parents’ attic. You can paint it a flat white or again any color you want and attach small rings to the upper corners. Place hooks on the wall to correspond and hang. Hang a couple of vintage plates or smaller framed pictures artfully inside, or leave the framed space as-is, for an artful and simple focal point. The great thing about this idea is you can literally hang/attach anything you want to make it your own master piece!


#10. Sometimes it’s the small details that can make all the difference: Beautiful coasters, interesting desk frames, a small but exquisite crystal vase filled with fresh flowers, fake fruit in a wooden bowl on a coffee table or sofa table. Little things that make the room pop!


Let your imagination run wild & enjoy recreating your home with these simple & cost effective ideas!

 

                                   

 

 

 

 

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I have sold a property at 23 Laurel BAY in Winnipeg.
Lovely family home in the heart of Garden City! Well maintained 3+1 bedroom bungalow on a quiet bay. Gorgeous hardwoods throughout most of the main floor, w/fantastic natural light & warm neutral decor. Spacious open living room offers a great entertaining space. Large eat-in kitchen boast plenty of solid oak cabinets & granite counters, w/generous dining space w/built-ins too. Generous BR's feature hardwood floors as well, w/good closet space. Spa-like main bath boasts a jetted soaker tub & walk-in shower w/over-sized vanity. Fully finished basement features a large open recroom w/gas fireplace & wet bar, plenty of the room for the whole family! Spacious 4th BR offers 2 closets including a walk-in. Second full bath w/shower, tons of storage, & finished laundry/workshop space too. Fully fenced backyard w/patio & mature trees, & single attached garage. Tremendous value, don't wait!
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Do you have smelly kitchen sink odor? If so here are some simple inexpensive steps/tips on how to kick that smell to the curb!



#1. Put a stopper or plug in your sink, turn your tap on and fill with HOT water several inches full. Measure out a teaspoon of dish soap (any brand is fine) pour in. If you have a disposal turn that on and unplug your sink and let water flush through! If you don’t have a disposal use exact same steps but fill sink full of HOT water and use 1 tablespoon full of dish soap.

#2. If you still have that smelly odor coming through you need to make sure that your disposal blades are clean. Try freezing in an ice cube tray lemon peels and water! First throw some kosher salt down your disposal then take a couple of your lemon cubes and run those through. This should do the trick. If you want an even fresher smell you can run some FRESH lemon peels through your disposal as well.

#3. You can also try 1cup baking soda then pour on top 2 cups vinegar. Let stand for a few minutes or you see it start to bubble. Turn on your HOT water let run for about a minute then pour your mixture slowly down your drain. Or you can pour down 1 cup baking soda into your drain let sit for 15 minutes. Then pour 1/2 cup of vinegar down disposal and let sit for another 15 minutes (you can hear it fizz and see it bubble). Once you have waited your 15 minutes after the vinegar step boil a large pot full of water and pour that down! This should keep it nice and smelly free for at least 6 weeks (repeat when necessary).

#4. Still dealing with that terrible smell and all you want is to smell something really great, then why not pour a few drops of your favorite essential oils down the drain? You can dump in about a half-cup of baking soda, then dribble in a few drops of those essential oils (eucalyptus, tea tree, and mint are some suggestions I would try). Let it sit an hour or so, or overnight for best results, then rinse down with boiling hot water.

#5. Like vinegar, lemon juice also creates a bubbling reaction when it comes in contact with baking soda. It's not as economical in this case as vinegar (being without a garbage disposal, you'd have to actually juice a lemon since you can't grind up an already-juiced-and-zested wedge), but it does smell much nicer! The baking soda thing is legit. Whether you use lemon juice (which smells pretty yummy) or vinegar (not nearly as yummy a smell, but just as effective) it’s really up to you! Just add both ingredients and down the hatch it goes! 

 

Hope these 5 easy tips help you with that smelly sink issue! 

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I have sold a property at 212 Woodydell AVE in Winnipeg.
Perfect 2 bedroom home in great Meadowood location close to all levels of schools, bus & shopping. Freshly painted exterior & interior. Nice sized living room & dining room with new laminate flooring & light fixtures. Bright eat-in kitchen overlooking the backyard with the fridge and stove remaining. Spacious bedrooms with hardwood floors and double closets. Full 4pce main bathroom. Fully finished basement with older rec room with paneled walls and dry bar. Large laundry room with washer/dryer remaining plus 2pce bathroom and den with closet. Hi-efficient furnace installed 2011 with electronic air cleaner, Hot water tank 2015. Monitored alarm system and central air conditioner. Nice big back yard with large deck, wood shed and spacious 24x22 garage with work bench and tons of cabinetry for storage plus extra parking pad. Possession end of September or October.
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