This time of year, homeowners are eager to spring into action and get started on home improvement projects. But, the key is tackling projects that will increase your home’s value.
Dishwashers are supposed to make life easier, but in kitchens across the country, they’re a point of frustration.
Families are dreaming of spring break getaways.
Whether you’ve always wanted to learn to tickle the ivories or dance the tango, mastering a new skill can benefit the mind, body and soul.
Most folks know when you’re buying a home it’s a good idea to get a home inspection. But, were you also aware of the importance of taking a final walkthrough before closing?
Planning a home improvement project this year? You’re not alone.
When it comes to home improvement, painting is one of easiest and least expensive ways to dramatically change the look of a room.
If you received a sparkly gift from your loved one, it’s is an investment that you will want to protect.
Imagine your tire blows out on the highway. Instead of waiting for roadside assistance, you decide to change the tire yourself. You open the trunk and surprise, no spare!
If getting a good night’s sleep is your dream, it may be time to invest in a new bed.
After fading from popularity decades ago, wallpaper is making a comeback. But it’s nothing like what you remember seeing in your grandma’s kitchen.
There’s a lot of upkeep owning a home. If you’ve ignored any much-needed repairs, the New Year is a good time to take inventory of what needs attention.
No one sets out to hire a bad contractor. And yet, homeowners in the midst of remodeling or building projects do it every day.
If you got a new puppy for Christmas — you might be looking for a dog trainer.
Whether your home has suffered a tiny bit of smoke damage or complete fire and water destruction, the cleanup process can leave you overwhelmed.