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2014 October

House Crashing 101

     October 31, 2014 0 Comments

Every individual has his or her own style and taste in decor when creating a home.  Going into a house and seeing the different styles, paint colours and the furniture placement can be very inspirational. By seeing examples, we develop our own styles as we determine what we don’t like and what we love. Taking elements that…

Basement Plan Decision – Trust the Pros!

     October 30, 2014 0 Comments

We truly appreciate our business relationship with Mike Beatch, a real estate professional, and his wife Laura who works for a large home builder in Regina, because of the property advice they give us. Anytime we have a question about the property like how to best maximize resale value or decisions regarding the floor plan to appeal to…

Trade For It!

     October 29, 2014 0 Comments

It’s that time again! We’ve got an item up for trade, and all you have to do to win it is tell us what you would “Trade For It!” This time, we’ve got a beautiful gift basket from SaskMade Marketplace up for trade. This gift basket is valued at $200. SaskMade Marketplace is a unique…

New beam

     October 28, 2014 0 Comments

Let’s pretend 5 days passed between this post and the last telling you about our mistake. We’ve been a bit behind in catching you up with what’s going on, so just go with it 😉 The new beam (read about our mistake here) was delivered and Limitless Construction helped do the transfer. They lifted the…

Oops #2

     October 27, 2014

Wow. We can’t believe we made this mistake, but, we’re learning! We knew there would be bumps along the road when we took on this project and decided to act as general contractors, but yikes.. this one hurt, and it set us back 5 days. Oops #1 was the window framing in the basement… this…

Next Step – waterproofing, beams and trusses

     October 24, 2014

We went by the job site and saw that the waterproofing to the foundation had been completed by Safrane Construction. The black tar goes around the entire basement to ensure that moisture from the soil doesn’t enter the concrete pores. This is incredibly important to reduce the risk of mold.   We were also happy…