Named “The Forest City”, London offers lots of great trails and parks for you and your family to explore!
With your participation, Sifton is making the commitment to keep our neighbourhood cleaner! In response to an increasing amount of litter within the community, we are launching our Let’s Sort it Out Together campaign and we’re asking for your involvement! Our goal is to foster resident engagement, help create a stronger community and build positive relationships between neighbours.
Did you know that there are a number of programs designed to help renters reduce hydro usage and in turn save on the cost of hydro?
We’ve put together this guide to help protect your property from any damages caused by wildlife. These helpful tips can be used by homeowners who want to minimize property damages and protect themselves and their loved ones from the dangers imposed by wild animals.
Sifton Properties Limited is pleased to announce the adoption of a Smoke-Free Policy in our Residential Rental Units. The Smoke Free Policy will apply to all new residents and will prohibit smoking inside their rental unit, as well as on their balcony, patio and anywhere else on Sifton Property. Our Smoke-Free Policy will assist in providing a healthy and safe environment for our residents and staff.
It’s no secret that insurance is necessary for all of us. We insure our vehicles, our homes and maintain medical insurance to protect us in the event of an emergency. However, many renters are still unclear as to why they need rental insurance when moving into a rental home. Sifton Properties requires that all residents carry and maintain rental insurance.
During the winter months, windows and doors generally remain shut and indoor air is mostly recycled during the winter season. Consequently, germs from either indoors or outdoors can take root in the home during winter. Mildew and mould can also form indoors due to increased indoor temperatures and the use of humidifiers.
Check out the helpful tips below on how you can improve the air quality in your home this winter season.
Inspired by our new West 5 community (a net zero community) we put our heads together to compile a handy list of ways each of us can reduce our carbon footprint.
An increasing number of Canadians are choosing renting vs. buying in today’s economy. Why are we seeing this shift? And what are the advantages of rental living?