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.
It can be fun to check out open houses – and it can also help tremendously in your quest to find the perfect home. But how do you find them? And how do you get the most out of the experience? We gathered up some pro tips for you!
Do you know the drill when it comes to drills? Can you cut it when it comes to saws? When it comes to lighting, how bright are you? How do you know when it’s time to hire out for help? We’ll answer that question when it comes to basic household repairs and renovations.
Do your neighbors thank you for heating or cooling the entire neighborhood? Does your hair sway in the breeze when you’re still in the house? Well, it just might be time to replace your windows. Check out these considerations.
Your home is likely your largest investment. You put thousands of dollars each year toward your home, and the emotional investment you make in it is truly priceless. So when it comes to protecting your home, it’s not something that should be taken lightly. Home security systems can be very expensive, and not all of us have the means to install them. Even if you’re on a budget, you still have home security options.
Why is my little house such a heat miser? Is it because it’s actually a sauna? Is it because I have too much insulation? Turns out, the lack of proper ventilation in my attic is to blame. Come with me on a journey to learn more about why attic ventilation, although controversial, is important.
Do you own a home with a small bathroom? Many people do, and that’s often what you find in older homes. Here are some tips for remodeling your tiny bathroom into one that doesn’t seem so tiny.
Want to make your house stand out from the crowd? Check out our top five ideas for an unforgettable open house.
With a little prevention, protection and recording, you can be ready for whatever the world has to throw at you – and at your home. Whether it’s water in the basement or a tree through your roof, you can take steps to prevent disasters from happening, and make your life easier if they do: Protect your home and your family, record your belongings before disaster, and document the aftermath.