Plants for the Homes

Air Filtering Plants

Florist Mum and the peace lily took the top spots when it comes to air cleaning.  They are both effective at removing amounts of benzene, formaldehyde and ammonia from the air.  Recommendation is having at least one plant per 100 square feet of space. 

The Snake plant is another really popular air-purifying house plant because they’re beautiful and basically impossible to kill — the perfect option if you’re a neglectful young adult.

The Bamboo Palm -This air-purifying palm thrives in shady indoor spaces so it’s a great addition your bedroom or bathroom, especially if you’re going for tropical ~island~ vibes.

Dumb canes come in a variety of beautiful multicolored leaf patterns and they’re super easy to grow and keep as house plants. But they’re actually called dumb canes because of their poisonous effect when eaten, which can slur or stop speech and even close the throat and be fatal in large quantities.  So please make sure to keep them away from young children and pets.


The York Model Quick Close

ExteriorThis York layout is built and ready for you and your family to move on in.  Its edgy exterior will definitely catch your eye.  With 1580SF of living space, welcoming entryway and a spacious kitchen finished with stunning quartz counters.  Floor to ceiling tile shower In the ensuite to you to end your day in relaxation.  Located at 1848 Foxridge Crescent just minutes away from a university and local shopping mall.  Call us Today!


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The Bristol Model Quick Close!

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This Bristol floorplan is built and ready for you to move in!  An eye catching modern exterior with 1711sqft of living space.  Luxurious 12×24 ceramic tile welcome you into the home with black iron spindle railings throughout.  Laminate flooring through an open concept kitchen, dining room and spacious living room.  A Sunlight Heritage Homes community that we know you will love. Call us today for your private viewing!


The Iris Model Quick Close!

This Iris Model is ready for you to move in! With 1580SF of living space this layout screams functionality.  Laminate floors bring you into a contrasting white cabinet kitchen with dark quartz counters. Spacious master bedroom and dreamy walk in closet.  Located on 89 Yvonne Crescent a lovely greenspace lot, call us today!

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10 Ideas to Save for a down payment for your first home!

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Coming up with a down payment of thousands of dollars can be really tough.  Especially if you are already struggling with loans, rent and life overall.  With most home prices being over $200,000 these days banks are looking for 20% down.  That could mean coming up with $40,000 or more.  There are lots of things that you can cut out and temporary sacrifice to get you to that end goal of owning your brand new home!  Here are our top 10 to help make this dream come true.

  1. Make coffee at home versus those daily lattes.
  2. Stick to watching Netflix instead of going out for movies!
  3. Put away those credit cards
  4. Switch Phone plan to the lowest possible
  5. Cut out Cable TV
  6. Use coupons at the grocery store or price match
  7. Sell unused items online
  8. Do you smoke? No better time to quit, not only will your health improve.  Smokers can save thousands a year by kicking the habit.
  9. No more eating out at restaurants.
  10. Swap out that vacation for a staycation.

Remember this may be a tough time but the outcome will be completely worth it!  If your goal is to save 20% calculate it by dividing the price of the house by 100, than multiplying that by 20!

Need additional help saving for that new build.  Contact us at Sunlight Heritage Homes or visit our website

Happy Saving 🙂

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Get the home of your dream. Minimalist style

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Interior designing is not everyone’s cup of tea, especially those who want the best for their dream homes. Even if the house has been built in the best, spectacular way, right down to the last detail, wrong choices on the buyer’s part can ruin things and botch up the end result.

If you don’t want to make any mistakes, here are a few tips that will save you the trouble of spending your money on the wrong accessories.

  1. Light colors: If your house has not been painted yet, then here’s an advice: go light. Light colors are known for giving any room, big or small, the illusion of largeness. Irrespective of the size of the house, if you are having guests home, then this will definitely help you entertain them with ease.
  2. Kitchen lamp: If you know someone in your family who shirks household shores, then this tip is just for you. Get a lamp for the kitchen counter to give the place a more intimate feel. This will keep the person in question from running off. Try an antique lamp for a better effect.
  3. Dining area-cum-gallery: The living room is the first room that comes into focus when you or your guests enter the house. Create your own dining-area in one part of the room, and put up a painting on the wall next to the area for making the area look inviting for the guests.

These details will help you keep it minimalistic and stylish both at the same time, especially if you are short on cash. With the right materials, you don’t have to worry about money…or your home looking like something that’s popped out of your (or anyone’s) worst nightmares!

What’s famous in Woodstock, Ontario

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Woodstock is a friendly community that gives the residents all the facilities that can enable them to live their lives to the fullest. It’s a friendly neighborhood, where everyone gets along well with each other.

But if this kind of peace and quiet is too much of a bore for you, then there are tons of places you haven’t been to. Woodstock is, in fact, home to famous places and monuments that you must not miss.

Unlike what you think, Woodstock is not just a place for residence. New residents will get all the facilities they need, especially the ones they could not get in their previous places of residence. It is a historic city, and, since its establishment as a town in 1951, is growing steadily.

If you are wishing for adventure, there’s tons of it here.

For those who want some fresh air and greenery, Southside Park is your jam. Plus, it has a food booth called ‘Local roots, where you can savor the yummiest delicacies, while enjoying the fresh atmosphere of the place.

Antiques have their own appeal that cannot be put into words, which is why there’s ‘One of a kind’ antique mall for those who wish to buy the goods that will give their homes the charm of the bygone eras.

You can also check out the Springbank Snow Countess, a monument that represents the area’s agricultural history. It’s dedicated to the Snow Countess, a cow known for producing the largest amount of butterfat in her entire lifetime. She is known for having held this record for the next 21 years.

For knowing more about the area’s history, you can try the Woodstock museum’ where you will find out about the most important chapter-Woodstock’s involvement in the World War! You will get to see the items of the era, including the clothes worn by the people back then, and try out food samples that were rations served to the people. You will experience Woodstock as it was at the time of the war!

Famous in its own way, Woodstock is the ‘Wonderland’ you never knew!