Real Estate Professional in the Golden Horse Shoe
Bryan Adlam - Sutton Group Quantum Realty Inc.
About Bryan Adlam
I have used my strong negotiating skills to help many of buyers and sellers to accomplish their real estate goals. I believe the most integral aspect when choosing a real estate professional is to find a REALTOR you can trust.
Award Winning Realtor servicing the golden horseshoe for 11 years.
Interested in buying a home or property in Hamilton, Burlington or Oakville? Please feel free to call Bryan Adlam-Real Estate Professional by filling out the form below or call me and I would be more then happy to answer any questions you might have regarding your real estate needs.
Interested in selling your home or property in Hamilton, Burlington or Oakville? Please feel free to call Bryan Adlam-Real Estate Professional by filling out the form below or call me and I would be more then happy to answer any questions you might have regarding your real estate needs.
These simple tips will lead to a budget and eco-friendly relaxation space
Accent your area. Lay a few area rugs down on hardwood, tile or linoleum for a carpetlike effect without harmful glues. Choose rugs made from natural fibers such as cotton, wool, hemp, bamboo and sisal, and look for vegetable dyes or no dye at all. Rugs made from recycled materials are another green option. Abundant Earth offers durable Recycled Cotton Rag Area Rugs in many colors starting at $55 each
Befriend your dishwasher. In general, a regular dishwasher cycle uses less water than handwashing. Skip the prerinsing and save even more. For caked-on food, soak in cold water (to avoid using energy to heat the water). Some dishwashers have a heated dry feature; turn it off and either towel or air dry. If you’re in the market for a new dishwasher, an Energy Star model is the way to go; they start at about $500
Tweak your throne. The first sign of a troubled toilet is the sound of running water between flushes. Malfunctioning toilets can leak hundreds of gallons of water a day, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Test your toilet’s water-tightness with a few drops of food coloring in the tank; if the bowl shows traces of color after 15 minutes, you’ve got a leak. An inexpensive toilet repair kit, such as the MJSI HFX120 Hydrofix, costs less than $20 (www.AceHardware.com).
Airtight, everything’s all right. A drafty home inflates energy bills. But it’s easy and affordable to plug those drafts with an eco-friendly sealant. According to the Energy Star website, if the job is done carefully and completely, it could save up to 10 percent on your energy bill.