Angie's List: How To Hire The Right Interior DesignerAn interior designer can keep you from regretting the colors you combined or the new flooring that doesn’t stand up to the traffic.
Angie’s List: Tips For Showing Your Home To Potential BuyersThe housing market is heating up again, which is great for anyone who's had the "for sale" sign out a while. But with this good news comes the need to be ready to show your house on a moment's notice.
Angie's List: Avoiding Hefty Data Charges AbroadWe are constantly on our phones. Some of us never turn them off. However, that can be a costly mistake when traveling abroad.
Angie's List: Universal Design Contractors Can Do Amazing ThingsA woman’s physical limitations were no match for a contractor who specializes in universal design. Her story offers inspiration for others facing similar challenges.
Angie's List: Call 811 Before You Dig In Your YardCalling 811 before digging isn’t just a suggestion, it’s the law, and it could save you from cutting off critical services and keep you safe from injury.
Angie's List: Proper Deck Maintenance TipsIf kept in good condition and treated properly, a deck can last 20 years or more. After just a couple years, they can start to look weathered if not taken care of properly.
Angie's List: A Better Way To Remove Junk From Your HomeGetting rid of junk, or any items you no longer use isn’t always as easy as it seems.
Angie's List: Tips For Picking A Pet GroomerIf you’re looking for a pet groomer, Angie’s List has some tips to make sure you pick the right one.
Angie’s List: Adding Zones To Your Home’s HVAC SystemAll the rooms in your home are not created equal, some can stay warmer or cooler than others.
Angie's List: Exploring The Benefits Of Natural Gas GrillingMore and more backyard grillers are ditching the tank in favor of natural gas.
Angie's List: Adding A Water Feature To Your HomeMany homeowners are now adding water features to their backyard landscaping.
Angie's List: Behold The BacksplashOne of the hot trends in home decorating focuses on the long-neglected area between your cabinets and countertops.