Micro-apartments are gaining popularity in urban cities like Seattle and New York. Find out some of the big benefits to tiny living.
The entire country watched the aftermath of the recent Jan. 23 snowstorm that slammed much of the Northeast. To keep you and your family safe, take these steps to prepare before the next dangerous snowstorm arrives.
In February, we’re challenging you to go the entire month without a dirty house. That’s right. We’re asking you to get organized, keep the clutter at bay and above all else, free yourself from filth.
Do you know how to winterize the plumbing in your home? Taking the proper precautions can save you thousands of dollars and a lot of grief in frigid weather. Read on to find out what to do.
To avoid losing a limb, or worse, you might want to consider these seven home improvement projects you shouldn’t attempt on your own. Licensed professionals have the proper training, equipment and, most importantly, experience.
The holidays can be a wonderful time of year, and potentially one of the most stressful. To help you relax in the post-holiday season, we have tips on how to organize the chaos in your home after the hustle and bustle settles.
Before the foundation for a new addition on your home is poured, you have to lay the groundwork for the project. In this post, we’ll take a look at a few questions that will help you get a better idea of what you need and who to call.
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.
Whether you’re just in charge of the Thanksgiving meal or if you’re hosting houseguests for the weekend, these ideas can help you be the host with the most!