From window units to swamp coolers, we've laid out the ins and outs of the most popular AC units. Check out the pros and cons to see which ones works best for your cooling needs.
Home improvement season is officially here! Don’t get taken by a crooked contractor. Follow these tips to avoid becoming a victim of a home improvement scam.
We all know the amazing feeling after a full day of cleaning, when we finally get to sit back and admire how beautiful and shiny everything looks. But what if I told you your kitchen sponge is 200,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat? Yuck. Unfortunately, there are a lot of cleaning steps that are easily overlooked. But, with the proper precautions, you can make sure your home really is as clean as it looks.
You can spend a lot of money getting your home ready for sale, but in this post, you’ll learn how a relatively inexpensive upgrade throughout your home can help catch home buyers’ eyes and sell them on buying your home.
If you’re interested in renovating your garage, here are five steps I took to transform mine from an ugly place to a lovely living space.
Jamie Chapman, a director of solution consulting at Quicken Loans, discusses the types of property improvements that add value to your home in this Zing Blog Education Series video.
Home energy efficiency improvements cost money, but they’re well worth it since they save you money on energy bills later. Here are some big- and small-ticket upgrades that can save you money and make your home more eco-friendly.
Maintaining proper attic ventilation on your home is important. The most common way to vent an attic is through the eaves and soffits of the roof. But what do you do if your house is designed with no eaves or shallow soffits? Look no further. I have the answers you seek!
The major factor holding me back from owning a weird house is the idea of actually living in it. It’s something that sounds better in theory, rather than in practice, and I’m just not sure I’m up for the commitment. Here are some things for you to consider when you’re in the market to buy that crazy house of your dreams.
You’ve done your taxes and you’ve earned a refund – congrats! Here are some ways you can use that money to add value to your home.