I have sold a property at 132 Shady Shores DR in Winnipeg.
Exceptional value in this 4 BR, 2.5 bathroom family home with 2100 sqft for only $399,900! Main floor features open concept living with plank laminate floors. Kitchen features maple cabinets with tile back splash, walk-through pantry & Stainless Steel appliances with water line in fridge. Large dining room with alcove and garden door to large 170' deep back yard with maintenance free deck with glass rail & shed. The Great room is very bright & spacious as well there is a front den or formal dining room. Main floor also features a large mud room w/main floor laundry & 2pce bath. Upstairs features double doors leading to your king size master BR w/walk-in c/c & 4pce ensuite. The 2nd BR is quite large w/DCC. The 3rd & 4th BRs are a nice size as well plus the 4pce main bath. The basement has been started & has a great layout for a 5th BR, 4th Bath, theater room & rec room. Low utility bills! Flexible possession!
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Did you have a little too much fun with your red wine and accidentally spill on your carpet! Not to worry it happens to the best of us. There are many people who think it’s almost impossible to remove red wine from your carpets especially a white/lighter colored carpet, but try one of these methods and home remedies, they actually work!

 

With any stain always act fast, the longer you let something sit for the more of a chance you won’t be able to remove it. As soon as have a spill the first thing you should do it grab a cloth or towel whatever you normally use to clean with and blotch the area. Don’t blotch from side to side as this could make the stain larger, use and up and down motion. Once you have blotched the spot until almost dry grab some COLD water and rewet the area again and repeat with the same blotching method until dry. This should take the stain out you may have to go over it a few times.

 

Salt. Salt draws the moisture out in the stain, so pour a lot of salt all over the stained area and let sit for a long time. If you don’t have plans for that day it’s best to leave the salt as long as you can. This method will only work if the area is wet, so if it has started to dry before you have poured salt onto it then pour some cold water on the stain to moisten the area. You will notice that the salt will eventually turn a pinkish color, this is a good thing. Once you notice that the stain has been removed simply vacuum up the salt.

 

This method I particularly love, it works on almost any stain that I have ever encountered! DISH SOAP! It honestly works, I just get the stained area wet with cold water and drop a little dish soap over the area and using the blotching method go at it. The only thing with this method is that it’s soap so you will have to get it wet a few times to get soap suds out of your carpet, but in my experience this has proven the best way to get most stains out, it work on clothes, furniture you name it. I use sunlight soap so I haven’t tested any other brands out but I’m sure they would do the same trick! Try it out and see if it works for you!

 

I hope these tricks help when your wine nights get the best of you!

 

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Please visit our Open House at 359 Reg Wyatt WAY in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY JANUARY 29TH 12-2PM
** OPEN HOUSE SUN JAN 29TH 12-2PM ** Amazing & extremely well cared for 3 Bedroom family home in the heart of Harbour View South! You will fall in love with this spacious home as soon as you walk in the front door & find the expansive front entry with soaring ceiling. You will then find the open concept living area with spacious great room with maple hardwood floors and a large picture window allowing a ton of natural southern exposure light. The kitchen has a ton of maple cabinetry & counter space with large island with double acrylic sink. There is also a corner pantry w/glass door & tiled backsplash. The spacious dining room can expand for large family gatherings and has a large picture window & patio doors to the rear deck. Upstairs you will find 3 nice sized bedrooms with large master w/walk-in c/c & deluxe 4 pce ensuite with soaker tub & shower stall. The basement is fully finished with plush w/w carpet & lots of room for a pool table, plus tons of storage! Fully fenced yard with deck. Main floor laundry. Cn/Vac & Air, alarm, kitchen appliances included.
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Please visit our Open House at 47 John Mann PL in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY JANUARY 29TH 12-2PM

** OPEN HOUSE SUN JAN 29TH 12-2PM ** 12 Month Warranty included covering appliances, mechancial, plumbing & electrical! Why wait to build when you can have it all right here! The location absolutely can not be beat, located on a quiet cul de sac with awesome neighbours! This spacious 2100 square foot family home is backing onto large green space with gate leading to the park. You will love the views while sitting on your deck of both the lake and the park, it doesn't get better than this! The main floor has a large open entrance that leads to the formal dining room with hardwood floors. The hardwood floors continue into the bright great room with built in entertainment centre with gas fireplace with large windows overlooking the back yard. The open kitchen has a separate eating area, island, corner pantry and stainless steel appliances that stay. Garden door leads to the deck where you can BBQ while watching the kids play in the park. The main floor also features a 2pce powder room and mud room/laundry room off of the garage with laundry sink.

The upstairs has 3 good sized bedrooms plus a loft which could be converted into a bedroom if need be, but makes a great place for kids toys as a loft. The master bedroom has double doors, walk in closet and 4 piece ensuite with corner tub & shower.

Bonus is that the basement is already done with a 4th bathroom, 4th bedroom and large rec room and games room with a ton of extra storage. The double attached garage is insulated and boarded and has a double concrete drive and walkway.

Central air, central vac, window coverings, garage door opener and all appliances stay with the home.



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A huge trend now a days is to find ways to be more environmentally cautious. This can be riding your bike to work instead of driving your car, or reusing the same water bottle instead buying plastic all the time, composting instead of putting everything in your garbage that goes straight to the landfills which pollutes the air. Another easy way is to simply change certain cleaning products that you are using in your home. There are so many ways to make your own natural cleaning products instead of using ones that have harmful chemicals in them. You can also go and buy green cleaning products as well at your local grocery store, these can be a bit pricey so if you would like to make your own follow this simple process and go green!


Your oven is one of the most difficult appliances to clean in your home so the cleaners for this job tend to be very strong! Instead try this;

 

You can make a paste of baking soda and water, coat the surfaces of your over and I would use quite a bit, then leave this to sit over night to do its magic! In the morning when you wake up simply wash out with a hot damp cloth.

 

Ovens tend to have a lot of baked on grease and grime, try tea tree oil and anything citrus can also help with that mess.

 

Vinegar! Vinegar is used in a lot of naturally made products for your home as it is a very strong liquid and cleans very well. If your oven has a few really tough spots soak it in vinegar for about a two hours at minimum, the longer it sits you will get the best results. Then wipe away with a warm wash cloth.


To prevent how often you have to clean your oven try using an oven cover to prevent the splatter and spillage of whatever you are cooking. I always put a baking pan underneath my dishes in the oven and cover with aluminum foil which works just as well. This reduces the amount in which you will have to clean your oven and use harmful products if you don’t want to try these methods or if they don’t work for you!


Healthy Life Styles Make A Difference! 

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I have listed a new property at 132 Shady Shores DR in Winnipeg.
Showings start Tuesday January 24th, Offers anytime. Open House Sunday January 29th, 230-430pm. Exceptional value in this 4 BR, 2.5 bathroom family home with 2100 sqft for only $399,900! Main floor features open concept living with plank laminate floors. Kitchen features maple cabinets with tile back splash, walk-through pantry & Stainless Steel appliances with water line in fridge. Large dining room with alcove and garden door to large 170' deep back yard with maintenance free deck with glass rail & shed. The Great room is very bright & spacious as well there is a front den or formal dining room. Main floor also features a large mud room w/main floor laundry & 2pce bath. Upstairs features double doors leading to your king size master BR w/walk-in c/c & 4pce ensuite. The 2nd BR is quite large w/DCC. The 3rd & 4th BRs are a nice size as well plus the 4pce main bath. The basement has been started & has a great layout for a 5th BR, 4th Bath, theater room & rec room. Low utility bills! Flexible possession!
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Please visit our Open House at 132 Shady Shores DR in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY JANUARY 29TH 2:30-4:30PM
Showings start Tuesday January 24th, Offers anytime. Open House Sunday January 29th, 230-430pm. Exceptional value in this 4 BR, 2.5 bathroom family home with 2100 sqft for only $399,900! Main floor features open concept living with plank laminate floors. Kitchen features maple cabinets with tile back splash, walk-through pantry & Stainless Steel appliances with water line in fridge. Large dining room with alcove and garden door to large 170' deep back yard with maintenance free deck with glass rail & shed. The Great room is very bright & spacious as well there is a front den or formal dining room. Main floor also features a large mud room w/main floor laundry & 2pce bath. Upstairs features double doors leading to your king size master BR w/walk-in c/c & 4pce ensuite. The 2nd BR is quite large w/DCC. The 3rd & 4th BRs are a nice size as well plus the 4pce main bath. The basement has been started & has a great layout for a 5th BR, 4th Bath, theater room & rec room. Low utility bills! Flexible possession!
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Are you tired of looking up and seeing your outdated and old school popcorn ceilng from the 1950’s? I know I am, popcorn ceilings were so popular back in the day but reality is they are almost impossible to clean, they catch and hold onto dust like crazy and are really difficult to repair! If you are looking to modernize your home start with redoing your outdated popcorn styled ceiling. Here is how to redo your popcorn ceiling!


Scraping – This is by far the most popular and used method out there when removing your popcorn ceiling. Use a large, wide drywall scraper or utility knife to chip away at the textured roof, otherwise known as “popcorn” style. Depending on how large the surface area of your roof is this will most likely take some time so make sure to cancel any plans you have for that day! It usually doesn’t take much for it to come off the roof but you will have to re-mud lots of the area after you have removed all the textured parts. Once you are done with the mudding process you will need to then sand everything down to create a very smooth surface, my advice is instead of covering furniture with large tarps or drop cloths I would completely take all of your furniture out of the room, drywall dust gets EVERYWHERE and it can take forever to try and clean up! After you are fully done with all of these steps you can then paint!


Tip – I have heard that some people like to spray water onto their ceilings before scraping them to make it a bit easier to scrape but I would not recommend you do this. First off it creates a gigantic mess everywhere and if you have carpets well… (Enough said right there). Also it potentially can absorb into the roof and make it heavy, this can then start to crack or expand which you don’t want! If you do this it will just be way more time consuming and messy for you! It’s honestly best to scrape dry!


You could always hire someone to do this for you but if you someone who likes to tackle projects on your own then I hope this super simple process helps in updating your home! 

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Please visit our Open House at 359 Reg Wyatt WAY in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY JANUARY 22ND 12-2PM
** OPEN HOUSE SUN JAN 22ND 12-2PM ** Amazing & extremely well cared for 3 Bedroom family home in the heart of Harbour View South! You will fall in love with this spacious home as soon as you walk in the front door & find the expansive front entry with soaring ceiling. You will then find the open concept living area with spacious great room with maple hardwood floors and a large picture window allowing a ton of natural southern exposure light. The kitchen has a ton of maple cabinetry & counter space with large island with double acrylic sink. There is also a corner pantry w/glass door & tiled backsplash. The spacious dining room can expand for large family gatherings and has a large picture window & patio doors to the rear deck. Upstairs you will find 3 nice sized bedrooms with large master w/walk-in c/c & deluxe 4 pce ensuite with soaker tub & shower stall. The basement is fully finished with plush w/w carpet & lots of room for a pool table, plus tons of storage! Fully fenced yard with deck. Main floor laundry. Cn/Vac & Air, alarm, kitchen appliances included.
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Your fridge is something you use and look at every day and where you store the food that you eat. I don’t know about you but this is something that I hate to look at if it’s starting to get dirty and grimy looking. Refrigerators aren’t always the most fun to clean and can be a challenge to get into all those little spots, but here are a few steps you can try to maintain its cleanliness.

 

If you notice that your fridge is starting to have a certain odor to it from the fruits and vegetables then you can try put some baking soda in a small container and placing it inside the crispers. You can also put some on the shelves as well. To give it a fresh scent you can cut a lemon in half and place it in your fridge as well. This won’t last two long as the lemon will start to dry out but it will last for a while until the baking soda has done its job.

 

It can be hard to wipe the shelves and drawers out while still in the fridge, so sometimes when I do my deep cleans I take all of this out and fill up my bath tub full of warm soapy water, I like to use dish soap than I wash them in the tub and let them air dry on a towel. This ensure that I get all the dirt build up off and it’s cleaned properly.

 

If you have glass shelves and want it to really shine and sparkle clean, then after washing everything and letting it dry fully I would take some glass cleaner (Windex) I use and wipe with that, this just gives it a little something extra!

 

You may notice that the small grate at the bottom of your refrigerator will collect a lot of dust bunnies and quite quickly as well and this tends to look a little unpleasant. For quick cleans you can just use a cloth to wipe the front off as much as possible, but I like to take the whole grate off and clean it in the tub or in your sink. I do this more often than the shelves and drawers because you see it more. It’s also not as much work and isn’t that big or difficult to maneuver.

 

Lastly the temperature, the range should be between 35-38 degree Fahrenheit. The purpose of your fridge is to just keep things cool, if you set your temperature to high then you will notice that all your vegetables and left overs etc. will start to freeze and that’s not a good thing! Or if you set it to low and it doesn’t keep your food cool enough then things will start to go bad as well. So it’s best to keep it between these numbers to ensure its doing its job properly.


I hope these little tricks and tips will help you keep your fridge looking and smelling its best!

 

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There is nothing worse than opening up your microwave door to put food you are about to heat up and eat and seeing dirt and old food from previous warm ups covering it. I’ll give you some easy ways to clean your microwave out, but to maintain this problem you can actually buy a microwave lid that goes over top of your bowls or plates to prevent splatter from happening.

 

Fill up a bowl half full of water and add about 1 tablespoon of vinegar to it, you can add a bit more than that as well it won’t hurt anything. Put the bowl inside of your microwave and turn it on for about 5 mins give or take, the water will steam and loosen any of the stuck on food or dirt. Remove the bowl and wipe out with paper towel or any cleaning rag that you usually use when cleaning, the grime should wiper away easily with no hassle or scrubbing necessary.

 

Use a lemon, sounds weird and strange but it does work. Cut a lemon in half and place it cut side down on a plate with 1 tablespoon of water. Place it in your microwave and turn on until you see it get really steamy and hot. Once you have done this simply take the plate out and wipe out, this also gives it a nice, fresh smell too.

 

Last method to try is dish soap, fill a bowl half full with warm water and add as much dish soap to it as you think you will need, really depends on how bad your microwave is. Using the same method as the other two cleaning tips put the bowl in the microwave turn it on until you see it start to steam a fair amount, then take the bowl out. With this method you may want to clean it out with a sponge or something with a rough surface to it.


I hope these few simple and easy tips will make it easier for you to keep your microwave in tip top shape

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I have sold a property at 335 Victoria AVE W in Winnipeg.
Showings start Tuesday January 3rd, Offers presented after Tuesday January 10th, 7pm. Great sub-dividable 54 x 100 lot with the home being completely on one side allowing the lot to be subdivided and new home built on vacant lot. Home is original from 1930s and has a 3/4 basement with 60amp electrical panel with some knob & tube wiring. Original kitchen and bathroom with claw foot tub. There is one small bedroom on the main floor and the upstairs is all open. There is a newer high efficient furnace. It might be better to tear down the home and build 2 brand new homes. One brand new home just sold on the street for close to $300,000 on a 25' lot.
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Please visit our Open House at 359 Reg Wyatt WAY in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: JANUARY 14 & 15TH 12-2PM
**OPEN HOUSE JANUARY 14 & 15TH 12-2PM** Showings start Tuesday January 10th, Offers anytime. Amazing & extremely well cared for 3 Bedroom family home in the heart of Harbour View South! You will fall in love with this spacious home as soon as you walk in the front door & find the expansive front entry with soaring ceiling. You will then find the open concept living area with spacious great room with maple hardwood floors and a large picture window allowing a ton of natural southern exposure light. The kitchen has a ton of maple cabinetry & counter space with large island with double acrylic sink. There is also a corner pantry w/glass door & tiled backsplash. The spacious dining room can expand for large family gatherings and has a large picture window & patio doors to the rear deck. Upstairs you will find 3 nice sized bedrooms with large master w/walk-in c/c & deluxe 4 pce ensuite with soaker tub & shower stall. The basement is fully finished with plush w/w carpet & lots of room for a pool table, plus tons of storage! Fully fenced yard with deck. Main floor laundry. Cn/Vac & Air, alarm, kitchen appliances included.
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I have listed a new property at 105 1679 Plessis RD in Winnipeg.
Super well-maintained main floor unit has been well cared for by long time owner. Open bright floor plan boasts newer laminate flooring (2014) throughout the living and dining room, painted in warm neutral tones. Corner fireplace with electrical insert, plus patio doors to the private balcony. Patio furniture to be included as well! Spacious eat-in kitchen offers plenty of cabinets, and newer countertops (2012), and tiled backsplash. Appliances are also included, with a newer fridge and stove as well as a dishwasher. Really good sized bedrooms, with the master offering a spacious walk-in closet, and pass-thru access to the bathroom. Bath features a walk-in jetted tub, and plenty of vanity space. Lots of storage options including a spacious storage room and ample closets. Newer hot water tank 2011. Parking stall is just behind the unit, and the outdoor electrical is controlled insuite. Conveniently located adjacent to laundry room! Great walking neighburhood with plenty of shopping & parks!
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Ever want to have a long, warm and relaxing bath at the end of a hard day’s work? You fill up your tub and go to lay or sit down in it and all you feel is the icky roughness of old and dirty soap scum. For me that is one of the worst feelings, to sit in a tub full of old soapy body dirt! Here are two very simple ways/methods that I have found to be the most effective in getting rid of that annoying and gross soap scum. 

 

This one sounds like its a little crazy but it ABSOLUTELY works and works well!

 

Powdered laundry detergent. The roughness of the powder plus the soap in the actual detergent make this so easy for you to clean! I just splash a little warm water all over the tub and throw the powdered laundry soap on the wet surfaces and start scrubbing. You don’t even need to let this sit for any amount of time you can just dive right in and start, I would recommend using a sponge or pad that has a rough surface especially for those tubs that can get really bad.

 

Baking soda. I think we can all agree that baking soda can be used in all sorts of cleaning methods and in all sorts of situations. You can really use as much as you want and it depends on how bad your bathroom is. All you need to do is get a cloth or whatever you use to clean with and sprinkle some baking soda on it and start scrubbing. If you are finding that your tub/shower is a little worse then you thought, then simply make a paste using vinegar.


A lot of the times cleaning problems like these can be a challenge and not everything always works, but these are the two ways that I find most helpful to reach your desired result! So instead of sitting and relaxing in your old caked on dirty tub try out these methods and start feeling a little more distressed.

 

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Winter time is never an easy time, it’s always freezing outside your constantly bundling up and wiping the snow off of your car it’s just not a lot of people’s favorite season! The worst part for me during the winter is trying to keep my floors dry and clean! Nothing makes me bite my nails more than wet, muddy winter boots trampling all over my nice, clean dry floors. Here are a few simple yet super easy tips to try and keep you sane and off of your hands and knee a little less this winter season.

 

An outside walk off matt. You definitely need a sturdy durable heavy matt for in inside of your entry way, but if you put an equally good one on the outside of your door as well it will act as a first line of defense for all those mucky boots! It won’t take all the moisture off of your boots but it will help with that initial mud and snow!

 

Road salt. Road salt often gets caught underneath your boots and then gets tracked inside your home and onto your floors. This is not a good thing, the salt is very course and can easily scratch even the toughest of hardwoods, if you notice that any is getting caught or trapped inside be sure to take control of that situation right away it’s best to vacuum or sweep it up.

 

Cleaner. Make sure you use the right cleaner during the winter months. You can buy some cleaners that can help with access moisture on your floors, or keep the dirt from clinging so badly and looking awful. Go out and buy yourself some good quality cleaners so it makes your job a little less strenuous.


I don’t know if this bothers you as much as it does me in the winter, but if it does I hope that these simple, easy and effective ways give you a little break from cleaning your floors on a daily basis ( maybe only cleaning every two to three days ) Happy NOT scrubbing those floors as much! 

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During the winter and summer months is when your HVAC is getting used the most, in these months I recommend changing out the filters once a month. Here are the reasons this will benefit your system;

 

It will extend the overall life of your heating ventilating and air conditioning unit. When the dirt builds up or accumulates in the filter air can’t pass through so it’s motor then has to work harder as a result and can also start to overheat. You may at that point depending how long this went on for have to get some repairs done, or worse case if you have an older unit you will most likely have to replace it and this can be very costly. To prevent this maybe set a reminder date for once a month to change out the filter.

 

Clean healthy air, does anyone in your household suffer from bad allergies or asthma? Having a dirty air filter will cause unclean air and can affect someone with these kinds of health concerns, also if you have pets pet dander can get caught in the filter and spread through your home a lot easier. Changing the filter is an easy step in keeping your overall air quality at its best.

 

Keeping a clean furnace filter can actually save you on energy costs believe it or not! When you have a clogged, dirty filter your unit has to work much harder to do it’s job resulting in using more energy which can cause a much higher bill. Simply keeping your filter clean and changed on a regular basis can save quite a bit on your monthly charges.


I hope that these few EASY and simple steps in keeping your furnace filter clean and up to date on it’s changes will keep your families air quality fresh and clean and hopefully save you a little extra a month to put toward something special! 

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I have listed a new property at 335 Victoria AVE W in Winnipeg.
Showings start Tuesday January 3rd, Offers presented after Tuesday January 10th, 7pm. Great sub-dividable 54 x 100 lot with the home being completely on one side allowing the lot to be subdivided and new home built on vacant lot. Home is original from 1930s and has a 3/4 basement with 60amp electrical panel with some knob & tube wiring. Original kitchen and bathroom with claw foot tub. There is one small bedroom on the main floor and the upstairs is all open. There is a newer high efficient furnace. It might be better to tear down the home and build 2 brand new homes. One brand new home just sold on the street for close to $300,000 on a 25' lot.
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Please visit our Open House at 359 Reg Wyatt WAY in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: Saturday & Sunday January 14th & 15th, 12-2PM
Showings start Tuesday January 10th, Offers anytime. Amazing & extremely well cared for 3 Bedroom family home in the heart of Harbour View South! You will fall in love with this spacious home as soon as you walk in the front door & find the expansive front entry with soaring ceiling. You will then find the open concept living area with spacious great room with maple hardwood floors and a large picture window allowing a ton of natural southern exposure light. The kitchen has a ton of maple cabinetry & counter space with large island with double acrylic sink. There is also a corner pantry w/glass door & tiled backsplash. The spacious dining room can expand for large family gatherings and has a large picture window & patio doors to the rear deck. Upstairs you will find 3 nice sized bedrooms with large master w/walk-in c/c & deluxe 4 pce ensuite with soaker tub & shower stall. The basement is fully finished with plush w/w carpet & lots of room for a pool table, plus tons of storage! Fully fenced yard with deck. Main floor laundry. Cn/Vac & Air, alarm, kitchen appliances included.
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