CHURCHILL MEADOWS Real Estate

#churchillmeadows #Mississauga house market is very hot as compare to the other communities in #Mississauga . days on market of the house for sale in #Churchillmeadows  #Mississauga are very less .some of the house sold in hours in #churchillmeadows #Mississauga. the question is why is that. 

 due to his #Diversity, his #location, his #schools ranking, his parks, his accessibility on #highways, his geographic #location. these are components play an important role to increase the #demand of #churchillmeadows #Mississauga. 

As per toronto real estate board the price of #churchillmeadows #Mississauga is almost 11% up from last year. another reason for it is due to supply and demand less supply more demand plus the cost of borrowing is very low in these days.

There are number of factors they make #churchillmeadows #mississauga more popular than other #communities. for example its a family oriented #community mostly families or married people are living in #churchillmeadows #Mississauga. educated people having university degrees and good jobs living in #churchillmeadows #Mississauga. 

As i mentioned before #churchillmeadows diversity plays an important role ,different nationality people speaking different languages and has different faith also strength of  #churchillmeadows #Mississauga. 

english , urdu, arabic, punjabi, hindi, polish, mandarin residents of #churchillmeadows #Mississauga speak those languages. faith wise muslims are on second number after christians then hindus , sikhs , buddhist  and no religion people all are living in #churchillmeadows #Mississauga. those all components play an important role to make #churchillmeadows #Mississauga more valuable.


CHURCHILL MEADOWS

Beautiful #ChurchillMeadows is one of the youngest community in the city. #churchillmeadows was started building houses in early 2000. #churchillmeadows is Located in the west side #Mississauga, #churchillmeadows is in the border of west of winston churchill blvd, south of Britannia rd west, east of ninth line and north of hwy 403.In #Mississauga #churchillmeadows is highly demanding community due to his location, top rated schools, very well maintained and diversity of different communities. 

#Realestate appreciation in #churchillmeadows is comparatively higher than other communities in #Mississauga. While the community is still green, this up and coming neighbourhood has a lot of appeal, especially to young families. Churchill Meadows homes are close to several top 20 schools, wonderful recreational facilities, and plenty of green space. #Churchillmeadows is close to all major highways like 407,403,401 easily access to Toronto pearson airport, downtown #Mississauga. there are about 10 #public #parks and one #public #library in #churchillmeadows.


maintain your house in summer.

how to keep your house during these hot summer months? Trying to remember the conventional wisdom but not quite sure how it goes? Those window fans, for example, should they be placed to draw air in or out? Upwind or downwind of the dwelling? And what about windows, shades, and awnings? Are windows on the North side of the house better left closed or open during the day? Are awnings better than shades?

Find out the answers to these questions and more, right here:

The recent heat spell on the East Coast dredged these questions up for me, and I am sure these questions are seasonal for many of us. Efficient cooling saves money, energy, and the quality of our lives.

 
 

 

Turning to Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings by Alex Wilson, Jennifer Thorne, and John Morrill of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy has provided a wealth of answers to just these questions and more. I’ve compiled 23 tricks about how to keep a house cool to reduce the need for air conditioning from this book, as well as a few from The Real Goods Solar Living Sourcebook. These tips are really useful.

1. Reduce the cooling load by employing cost-effective conservation measures. Provide effective shade for east and west windows. When possible, delay heat-generating activities such as dishwashing until evening on hot days.

2. Over most of the cooling season, keep the house closed tight during the day. Don’t let in unwanted heat and humidity. Ventilate at night either naturally or with fans.

3. You can help get rid of unwanted heat through ventilation if the temperature of the incoming air is 77 F or lower. (This strategy works most effectively at night and on cooler days.) Window fans for ventilation are a good option if used properly. They should be located on the downwind side of the house facing out. A window should be open in each room. Interior doors must remain open to allow air flow.

4. Use ceiling fans to increase comfort levels at higher thermostat settings. The standard human comfort range for light clothing in the summer is between 72 F and 78 F. To extend the comfort range to 82 F, you need a breeze of about 2.5 ft/sec or 1.7 mph. A sow-turning ceiling-mounted paddle fan can easily provide this air flow.

5. In hot climates, plant shade trees around the house. Don’t plant trees on the South if you want to benefit from passive solar heating in the winter.