Moving is a pain – plain and simple. Maybe you got a new job. Maybe you’re moving into a new house. Maybe you won the lottery! No matter why you’re moving, the simple fact is that it’s a hassle. There are things you can do to make it a little less painful, both for you and the kind-hearted folks you’ve suckered into helping you.
What better way to round out this year’s men’s college basketball tournament than by throwing a championship game party for you, your bracket pool and your friends? We’re all going to miss this year’s thrilling tournament – so be sure to send it off with a bang. Follow our tips to ensure your party is a slam dunk (I’m sorry – I had to)!
Are you trying to pick the best kind of countertop for your kitchen remodel? Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about concrete countertops.
Can’t decide on which type of fence to install this spring? Check out this list for some insight on the different materials available for fencing.
Unless it’s in skating or hockey rink form, ice is one of the worst parts about the winter experience. It’s slippery, dangerous and potentially costly.
While large icicles hanging from trees and buildings grab our attention, ice can cause large amounts of damage to not only your home, but your vehicle, too. Follow these steps or you’ll pay for it in the long run.
With the recent barrage of severe winter storms, you might be thinking, “How can I winterize my home so I can avoid damage?” Unfortunately, it’s not easy to devise a fool-proof plan, but if you’re prepared, your chances of surviving the rough elements will be better. Here are five important tips to help you weather the storm and make an action plan in case your home is affected.
Maybe you’ve chosen to make 2014 the year you get serious about home security. If that’s the case, then you’ll want to familiarize yourself with the terrific selection of home security gadgets and apps currently available; there’s something to fit every budget and every living situation, whether you own your home or you rent. Here are some ideas to get you started.
This week, we’ll tackle the elegant Victorian style, from big renovations to quick and affordable decorating ideas. The era spans from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Victorian decorating is full of dark, rich woods and luxe fabrics; patterns abound in all sorts of combinations!
If you find yourself clearing snow the old-fashioned way without the benefit of a machine, it doesn’t have to be struggle. With some better tools and a little bit of ingenuity, you might be able to save yourself some time and hassle.