Almost 45% of Canadians over 65 have some kind of mobility limitation. But this unfortunate statistic shouldn’t affect your summer getaways at the cottage. Turning your cottage into a more accessible destination for those with disabilities can be daunting, in addition to the stress of encountering this issue in your life. There are several things you typically don’t think of, so that’s where we come in. Making a “visitable” cottage doesn’t mean you need to start over and rebuild your home or purchase a new one. With some small reno projects, you can keep the cottage you love and ensure all family members and friends can enjoy it.
August 17, 2017
August 10, 2017
Time flies when you’re having fun at the cottage, but sometimes it’s nice to get out and explore what the area has to offer. Mark your calendars for these annual events in Ontario Cottage Country throughout the year:
August 02, 2017
Even if you’re not planning to sell your Muskoka cottage, it’s a smart idea to add equity any way you can. Increase the value of your cottage with these tips: