Author: edison

6 Ways to Decide Which Saskatoon Home Builder to Work With

You’ve made the decision: you’re going to build a brand new home! But you want to get it just right. That means finding the right home builder in Saskatoon for your family.And while the process may feel overwhelming at first, it’s surprisingly easy to tackle the decision once you start to break it down into smaller decisions.People value different things when it comes to home builders, so we’ve come up with a few methods you can use to make a shortlist. From...

Edison Homes Model Highlight: The Remington

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Are you looking for an upgrade to your old place, but feel like a brand-new home is a little out of your price range? You’ll be in for a pleasant surprise when you take a look at the Remington, our two-storey, three-bedroom home model which starts at just $389,900!This beautiful home comes in at a great price point without sacrificing any of the quality you’d expect from Edison Homes, so let’s take a closer look and see why this could be the perfect home for you!A...

5 Questions to Ask a Potential Home Builder

Finding the right home builder is an important step in building your dream home. You’re going to have a lot of questions – rightly so! Here are five questions that you shouldn’t skip discussing with a potential builder.1. Are you licensed & insured?This should be a quick question with no hesitation (our answer is yes!), but some answers may surprise you. If you are financing the construction, your lender will require proof of licensing and insurance, but even...

Melt Ice Without Damaging Your Concrete

It happens every year. We’re faced with the decision of slippery walkways or using a de-icing agent that could potentially damage our concrete. Many de-icing agents contain salt which is very effective in getting rid of ice, but many also contain ingredients that are harmful to your concrete not to mention metal objects, pets, children and the environment. Regularly using salt to melt ice will pit your concrete and once your concrete pits, it will eventually crack...

Gas, Electric or Induction?

We’ve said it before – there are a lot of decisions when it comes to building a home! Today we want to talk about appliances, specifically your . Your cooktop or range is used a lot so you’ll want to choose one that suits you best. For a long time, the choice was either electric or gas but over the years induction has become a popular third option. Gas cooktops give you instant heat, turn it on and your pan will be hot in seconds. This goes for raising or lowering...