There are tons of home improvement projects that lend themselves to doing it yourself.
About 6 million Americans popped the question on Valentine’s Day last year and this year should see more of the same kind of romance. If you or someone you know is getting down on one knee soon, or if you’re in line for fine jewelry shopping, Angie’s List has some tips to keep in mind.
If your windows are old, drafty and a pain to open and close, you may want to consider a replacement project this year.
More than 60 percent of homeowners who’ve been talking with Angie’s List contractors about remodeling in 2015 are prepared to open their wallets wider than those who made home improvements last year.
Bright colors, yummy smells and shiny decorations can make the holiday season magical.
When you know what to look for and take the proper precautions, lead poisoning is 100 percent preventable. Unfortunately, thousands of kids are still getting sick.
Mudrooms are quickly becoming an essential addition to a house. They provide organization and storage solutions for busy families.
We’ve all heard the expression there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but what about a free estimate?
Landscaping can add as much as 14 percent to the value of your home, and not all landscaping projects need to be elaborate or expensive.
Angie’s List has some tips about how upgrading your aging front door can help reduce your energy bills and increase your home’s value.
Putting a new roof on your home is a big investment. If you want one that’s really going to last, you might want to consider metal roofing.
Would you let your insurance company track your driving for a discount?
Home warranties can provide you with peace of mind, but they can also be a headache if you don’t do your homework.
Planning a home improvement project this year? You’re not alone.
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!