Aluminum Wiring in Homes & What to Consider when Purchasing a Home

Many homes constructed in the 1960s and 1970s were built using aluminum wiring. It is more susceptible to being brittle, and a poorer conductor compared to copper. It may corrode over time if exposed to moisture causing it to expand and contract. That leads to the wires potentially loosening and overheating. All those factors may lead to a greater risk of fire. 

While homes with aluminum wiring are not necessarily unsafe, there are implications to property insurance that homeowners and potential home buyers should consider.  


Right now, please be aware that a limited number of insurers may not provide insurance on homes with aluminum wiring, regardless of its condition. Before…

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STRONG DETACHED SALES LEAD THE SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH OF ABOVE-AVERAGE SALES IN SASKATCHEWAN


As we kick off the new year, Saskatoon's real estate market is still going strong, showing off its resilience and energy. Stats are showing the housing market that's both steady and buzzing with activity.

Detached homes in Saskatoon

January sales increased by 22% compared to last year as we saw 150 detached sales in Saskatoon. There was 234 New listing, a decrease of 1% & making our total inventory down 19% as the total inventory was 433. Average Sale Price for Detached in January increased by 8% compared to last year with $447,278.

Semi-Detached homes in Saskatoon

For semi-detached homes in Saskatoon had an 150% increased in sales from…

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