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HOMES Publishing Group - 16th Annual Invitational Charity Golf Tournament

HPG golf tournament cracks $300K in funds for Raising The Roof

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HPG golf tournament cracks $300K in funds for Raising The Roof

HOMES Publishing Group’s 16th Annual Invitational Charity Golf Tournament in support of Raising the Roof, at Royal Woodbine Golf Club in Etobicoke on Sept. 20, raised $15,000 – pushing the 16-year total to $305,000.

Michael Rosset, HPG, presents cheque to Elisa Traficante, Raising The Roof.
Michael Rosset, HPG, presents cheque to Elisa Traficante, Raising The Roof.

“We are so proud and grateful for the support of our clients, suppliers and friends over the years, for such a worthy cause as youth homelessness,” says Michael Rosset, founder of HPG and a long-serving board member of Raising the Roof.

Michaelle Vestergaard, Enbrdge Gas, tournament sponsor (centre), presents the winning foursome, Kain Allicock, EnerQuality; Nolan Leiska, Reliance Home Comfort; Sanjeet Bhoola, EnerQuality; with Josh Rosset, HPG, far right.
Michaelle Vestergaard, Enbrdge Gas, tournament sponsor (centre), presents the winning foursome, Kain Allicock, EnerQuality; Nolan Leiska, Reliance Home Comfort; Sanjeet Bhoola, EnerQuality; with Josh Rosset, HPG, far right.

Raising the Roof provides national leadership on long-term solutions to homelessness through partnership and collaboration with diverse stakeholders, investment in local communities, and public education.

Bob Finnegan wins trip to Hawaii, with Sonia Presotto, HPG, on right.
Bob Finnigan wins trip to Hawaii, with Sonia Presotto, HPG, on right.

“The homebuilding industry shows its collective heart through such events, and we are humbled by the dedication and commitment of everyone involved, every year,” adds Rosset. “To raise more than $300,000 for such an important cause over the years shows the depth of resolve of this industry to find a solution before the challenges become systemic and multi-generational.”

HOMES Publishing Group staff volunteers get ready for the day.
HOMES Publishing Group staff ready for the day.

Photos: Brian Geller, photoartists.ca


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Expert Tips For Opening Up the Cottage

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Expert Tips For Opening Up the Cottage

by Lina Alviar, Home Comfort Advisor at Reliance Home Comfort

Warmer temperatures and longer days can only mean one thing: Ontario’s long-awaited cottage season is just around the corner and we are breathing a sigh of relief!

But before slipping on the sandals and slapping on the sunscreen, we’ve outlined some key checklist items to ensure your serene summer hideaway is primed and ready for relaxation.

Survey Your Surroundings: Ontario’s wicked spring weather (we’re looking at you, ice storm!)  may have wreaked havoc on the area around your cottage. Be sure to survey your surroundings for any downed or damaged power lines and call your local hydro company to handle any repairs. Trim unruly tree branches away from the property and clear out any debris.

Water Watch:  Check your water lines for any obvious signs of damage from the off-season.  Fill your hot water tank before turning on the power to avoid damaging the element. Monitor for leaks and contact a professional if you suspect a problem.

Appliance Check: Inspect all appliance wires and cords for signs of fraying or damage. Shut-off power before reconnecting any appliances that were unplugged during the winter months to prevent a surge.

Safety First: Test all smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at the outset of the season and replace batteries as needed. Place a fully stocked first aid kit and charged fire extinguisher in an accessible location.

Moisture Watch: Inspect window sills, doorways and floors for any signs of moisture build-up or mold. Wear protective clothing if handling yourself and contact a specialist if required.

Taking the time to inspect your cottage at the start of cottage season can prevent needless headaches and costly expenses when you’d rather be relaxing. Be sure to follow the above steps so everyone can enjoy carefree weekends all summer long!

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by Rise Levy


OUTSTANDING VALUE

When the unexpected happens and the budget is tight, Napoleon Furnaces can be the answer. Made in Canada by one of the best managed companies, the high-efficiency, 95 per cent AFUE Furnace equipped with the energy-saving DC fan will provide years of comfortable heat at a most affordable price.

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A PRODUCT TO RELY ON

Reliance Home Comfort now offers a whole-home solution that includes heating, cooling, hot water, plumbing, water softening, water filtration, and equipment protection plans. They also fix all furnace and air conditioner makes and models. Locally based, with one of the largest networks of licensed technicians, Reliance responds to your home comfort needs fast.

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INDOOR AIR QUALITY

Martino Contractors invented the Martino Airguard furnace filter so that builders can supply every homeowner with a five-inch filtration system. The Martino Airguard increases the efficiency of the HVAC system, protects the heat exchanger and blower motor compartment, and increases comfort for the new homebuyer. Martino Contractors installs this product in every new home, free of charge.

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