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Welcome back for Day 3 of Winterizing your home. Today we are going to go outside and do a few things.

The first item on the list is to make sure any of you hoses are disconnected from the house. Make sure to move them around and get any water the remains out of the hose.(Put these away for the winter)

The second thing is to turn you non freeze hose bibs off for the winter. You will notice on the top of the hose bib there is a secondary knob. This is to turn the hose bib off on the warm side of the wall. Make sure all of the hose bibs have been turned off for the winter(this will keep the water from freezing and breaking the tap)

Next on the list is cleaning out the AC.temp-post-image
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You will want to take a vacuum outside and clean out the AC. You can spray this off with the hose as well if you cant get inside the grills with the vacuum. After you remove the debris put your AC cover on for the winter.

The last thing on the list today is check on your downspouts. Always ensure that your downspouts are in the down position and if there is going to be any melting it will divert the water away from your home!

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Welcome to day 2 of winterizing your home. Today we are going to talk about your humidifier and the HRV (heat recovery ventilator) in your home.

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Although it seemed like winter started in September this year, we do still have time to prepare for the frigid temperatures!

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Let it snow!

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Building a custom home involves making many decisions, including choosing your interior selections. Without professional guidance, it can be a confusing and lengthy process that can quickly feel overwhelming and take the fun out of designing your new custom home!

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Decisions, decisions!

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As we build our homes more airtight, increasing the efficiency and helping lower our monthly energy bills, one consequence of these practices is the loss of fresh air ventilation in our homes. As the small gaps and open spaces are closed up, the ability to bring fresh air in through the home decreases.

Bringing fresh air into our homes to replace the stale air from outside is extremely important, as without proper ventilation, moisture can accumulate in your home and create health hazards with mould and mildew. Odours from cooking or general living can contribute to stagnant indoor air and appliances like gas ranges can leak poisonous gasses into your home.
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If you enjoy a full house, whether it's a birthday bash or the weekly game night, entertaining at home calls for spaces that are comfortable, practical and stylish. Here are a few ideas for planning your new home!

The Big Game: If you love to watch sports with your friends, a wet bar offers a great place to serve and watch at the same time. Add a few TVs and you can take in all the Sunday NFL games at once!

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Do you live in a home the has a cold basement, and a hot upstairs? At Infiniti Master Builder, we are dedicated to building homes that not only look incredible but cost you less money to live in and make it more comfortable. One of the features we include in our homes in a multi zoned Carrier Infinity furnace.

Zone heating has a lot of advantages over Central heating systems simply because it saves homeowners an average of 20 to 30 percent on energy costs. This is because Central heating systems are designed to heat the entire house with the same temperature while a zone system heats only specific areas and saves on the rest. You can heat rooms that are used more during the day like your living room, kitchen and dining rooms and prevent u...

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We just completed this 6500 sq ft home and the EnerGuide results came back amazing - once again. Our home is performing 27% better than a typical new home.

What does that mean? As an example, if a typical new home uses $250/month in energy costs, our homes would save you $67.50/month, or $810/year!

Westpointe Contemporary

Stunning contemporary home in The Westpointe of Windermere

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Summer seems short in Alberta, but when it is here we all want to enjoy as much of it as we can. When designing a new home, our customer feel the exterior living spaces are just as important as the interior. From hot tubs, to fireplaces, to basketball courts. We want to make sure you build the home of your dreams.That is why we have partnered to with Salisbury Landscaping to include landscaping design as apart of our build. Please check out their website to look and their wonderful work. https://salisburylandscaping.ca/.

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For more information Contact Greg at 587-986-715 or visit our showhome at 5114 Woolsey Link, in the Westpointe of Windermere!!

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Designing a floor plan that is going to work for your family is not an easy task. But bringing the design to life starts during the interior selections of the home. When designing a home, you can make a big impact with careful lighting placement and selection. Good home lighting design can affect our moods, our productivity, our mental health and the quality of social life in our homes. The first step is to understand the lighting options that you have.

Area lighting provides general overall lighting in a room. Usually in home lighting design we use area lighting to replace the natural light once the sun has gone down ,or to increase the light level in a room lacking adequate natural light. (In the picture below we use pot lights to ligh...

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