You got your first house. Yay! Now you’ve got to cut your lawn, change the furnace filters and clean out the gutters. Boo! How can you get around doing these tedious tasks yourself and still make your house look good?
There’s a slight chill in the air signifying that fall has arrived, and it’s only a matter of time before the wind turns icy. Is your home prepared? Our checklist will help you get ready.
Today is Back to the Future Day. We thought we’d celebrate by taking a look at what the filmmakers got right about home life in 2015, and show some other ways you can make your house a home of the future.
Have you found yourself wondering why there are so many light bulbs and what the differences are? Don’t get burnt out next time you’re staring down the intimidating light bulb aisle in the hardware store. After you read this simple guide you’ll have more than a couple bright ideas the next time you’re replacing some bulbs.
Before the foundation is poured and the paint colors are picked, choosing where your new home will be built comes first. Location is key, but what questions do you ask when you’re building that help you figure out how to avoid natural disasters down the road?
A new study has found that access to fiber-optic Internet can increase your home value by an average of 3.1%.
What’s more annoying than waking up and seeing a bunch of creepy, crawly ants all over your kitchen counter? Nothing. There’s nothing more annoying than that. Fed up with my own ant problem, I reached out to some experts for help on breaking up my countertop pest party. Here’s what they had to say.
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.