Well it has been quite the year! With winter just around the corner we can't help but think that the only constant in 2020 was chores. Spring, COVID-19, summer, fall, and now winter chores! But just because it has been a challenging year, it doesn't mean that the winter chore list can be ignored.
We have been inundated with information about COVID-19 for many months now and it has truly been overwhelming. Undoubtedly though, out of the tragedy has come some good.
The leaves are turning colours and falling from the trees, so we know that beyond a shadow of a doubt, Fall is here and that means new chores are starting.
With life being a series of phases - growing or shrinking family dynamics and ever-changing lifestyles, sometimes we simply outgrow our house ... or it stops feeling like home!
Chores are chores no matter how you look at it, but why does the laundry room make it feel like you've been sent to the dungeon? Well, perhaps you have - The traditional laundry room was in fact placed in the basement!
Well without a doubt 2020 is a very different year. Most people are struggling with this new 'normal' that we are all experiencing -- physical distancing and a certain amount of isolation.
In the past few years, many people have encountered a dilemma when trying to become home owners. For some, it is a response to the new mortgage rules - they simply don't qualify on their own.
After the winters that Niagara endures, we are always thrilled to welcome any sign of spring. And this year will be no exception! But with every changing season there is also a new maintenance regiment that we must begin.
Much like the previous decade, the biggest trend is the open concept kitchen and space - it has actually surpassed trending and become a new high demand design. However, some homeowners are finding it a challenge with the phase of life they are in or for their particular lifestyle.