Snowmelt Season

he snowmelt season is one of the biggest challenges for roofs throughout the year. It can be a test for both the drainage capacity of the roof and the bearing capacity of the overall building structure. Melting snow on the roofs not only increases the potential for ice dams, but the tremendous amount of water…

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Leaky Condo and How to Avoid it

f you are considering buying a condo in the Vancouver area, be aware that there is still a number of leaky condo in the market, despite lots of them have been remediated. You need to be very cautious or you will be buying into lots of trouble because the cost to remediate the ongoing structural…

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Is It Time to Replace the Window?

eplacing windows is a common home improvement project and we are often asked if there are any signals showing the windows need to be replaced. There are some signs, 1. Jamming Windows Window should not be challenging to operate unless it is damaged or not properly installed. A window that is difficult to open, close or lock…

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5 Home Care Tips for the Fall

utumn is the season that lets you enjoy the beauty of nature in all-new hues. It is the rainiest months in Vancouver, and a good time for some of your home repair projects. Check out these 5 easy steps to keep your home safe and dry! 1. Clear the Gutters After most of the leaves…

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