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When We Need a New Sofa?

Willowleaf sofa
Willowleaf sofa

Like our 4-paws partners, our sofa cannot accompany with us for a lifetime. Usually a sofa gives our body a comfortable support for 7-15 years. Quite a wide range, huh? So when is an appropriate time to replace it? Here are several things may help you to make up your mind.

  1. Hear squeaky sound when sitting on it. That means the structure of the sofa is not right. The frame may be broken anytime when a weight is added onto it.
  2. See wear or tear on the cover of cushions, either leather or fabrics. Be aware that the fillings or springs may come out and get messy.
  3. Find stains on covers. The stains not only affect the appearance of the sofa. They might encourage germs and parasites living in the sofa cushions.
  4. See fading colors. Over exposure to the sunshine or light of lamps can reduce the lifespan of a sofa. Changes on color is the visible sign of such a hurt.
  5. Notice the sofa disagreeing with other furniture or decorations at home. A recent renovation or replacement of other furniture may awkward the old sofa.

If any of above appears, a new sofa can be considered, especially at the season when promotions are available. Find better quality sofas that cannot be found at the chain furniture stores at the same and even lower prices. We all deserve high quality, long durability and reliable safety.

Gene sofa
Gene sofa

Monty Sofa by Brentwood Classics
Monty Sofa

Eversden sofa
Eversden sofa

Leiner sofa
Leiner sofa

Troughton sofa
Troughton sofa

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Seal, Clean & Light – 3 easy but important things for a safe & warm winter

A Warm and Safe Winter

“Stay warm, stay safe” is critical important for Canadians in winter times. Below 3 things can help you to live better in the winter.

1. Seal – Replace your windows or doors with low emissivity one.

Windows & Doors made of Low E 180 glass keep your home warm while preventing heat loss and allowing in natural light from outside during cold climates.

Filled with argon gas, they can provide better insulation, preventing frost from occurring at the bottom and increasing sound proofing characteristics.

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2.Clean – Hire professionals for air duct cleaning.

Clean and fresh indoor air is crucial to winter health, especially when someone in your family has asthma, allergies or respiratory problems. Before keeping your furnace running for months, let a certified professional technician to clean all ducts in your house.
Air Duct Cleaning

3.Light – Make your home full of light.

The sunlight is precious to Canadians in winter time. Many people may feel depressed. Making home lighter will help delight them. Make sure there are enough warm lights in your home to keep families away from depression .
Light in Winter