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TRUE TO 
OUR NATURE

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Where you choose to build can be as important as the home you build. This is why Qualico Communities develops neighbourhoods to the highest standards of beauty, design and sustainability. This is achieved by working with what’s already there – enhancing the natural landscape and retaining each area’s distinct character and features.

You can expect lush and unparalleled scenery, easy access to nearby services and amenities, and a commitment to stay true to our nature.

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OUR QUALICO COMMUNITIES WINNIPEG BLOG

As Manitobans, we all know that once warm weather hits, construction season amps up. It’s also a time when residents are often outside to soak in the sun and enjoy fresh air. With this added activity during the day, it’s important to remember that many construction sites are still active.

While our builders and trades follow all safety rules, it’s always a good idea to avoid putting you and your family in a risky situation. Here are some tips on how to safely navigate a construction site:
When imagining our dream home, many of us picture a lawn full of lush green grass. However, maintaining a picturesque lawn takes a lot of time and resources. Homeowners need to regularly mow, water, aerate, de-weed and sometimes fertilize their grass to maintain its desired look. Manicured lawns have become a source of pride and a standard in many areas; however, this is beginning to change.

Having a home that backs onto a public reserve can be quite scenic. Homeowners can look out their windows to enjoy the naturalized areas that are usually incorporated along trails, parks and wetlands. Native grasses and plants provide valuable habitat and food sources to local wildlife while also helping to clean our air and watershed.

Unfortunately, these beautiful parks and trails can be easily damaged when homeowners hire contractors who use them to access backyards to make improvements. If you are a homeowner who is planning any backyard renovations that require access through a public reserve such as a trail or park, please be sure to get permits. Learn more in this blog.