1926 Markwell Crescent - Chateauneuf


Deceptively large, this attractive 4+0 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom two-storey is ideally situated in Chateauneuf in Orleans on a reverse pie lot with 60-foot frontage. Bright and open, the main floor boasts a carpeted sunken living room, hardwood throughout most of the main floor, kitchen, dining and family rooms. Gorgeous kitchen (2018) is the heart of the main floor, suitable for breakfast on the go
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Fall Home Maintenance: Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of the Fall Home Maintenance guide! In the first part of this series, we discussed how to prepare your HVAC systems for the winter. This section is all about how to check and clear your eavestroughs and downspouts, chimney, and roof, as well as how to repair minor cracks and holes in your foundation! Continue reading to learn more about how to properly prepare your home for the cold Ottawa winter months and stay tuned for part 3 next week!

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Fall Home Maintenance: Part 1

Welcome to Part 1 of my Fall Home Maintenance guide! This first installment will be all about HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning). Fall is an important time to do a bit of home maintenance to prepare for the upcoming season. With the extreme temperature changes we experience here in Ottawa, it is important to ensure that your HVAC systems are all working properly so that you can stay toasty warm in the winter and cool in the summer. So, what should you be doing for basic HVAC home maintenance? Continue reading to learn! 

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How to Pack Your Moving Day Essentials Box

If you have moved before, you are well aware that the first night in a new home can be chaotic and usually filled with sorting through box after box to find your the items you need to settle in for the evening. Why add more stress to an already stressful day when you can prepare ahead of time to make your first night and following days in your new home as stress-free as possible? Continue reading to learn what an essentials box is and how you can pack one for your move! 

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Fire Safety Checks You Should Do at Least Once a Year

Chances are, you know some basic home fire safety checks that you should do periodically - like changing the batteries in your smoke detector once a year - even though the batteries are still working fine. But this isn't the only fire safety check you should do periodically. Here are some other recommended tips to help keep you and your family safe.

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