It’s almost home improvement season again. Now, is a good time to assess if there’s any winter damage to your home and make plans for spring repairs.
Did you replace your favorite pair of shoes because the soles had worn out? Toss out a skirt because the zipper broke? Today’s Angie’s List report gives tips on how to make your old items new again.
Spring is an important time for your lawn. If you neglect it now, you’ll pay the price the rest of the year. Here are three steps for spring lawn care from Angie’s List.
Fences have both practical and aesthetic value, but a badly conceived fence can be an eyesore and a source of conflict with neighbors.
According to the American Dental Association, 75 percent of people have a fear of the dentist, and 10 percent of those fears turn into phobias.
First-time home buyers may wonder if it’s necessary to purchase a home warranty. Today’s Angie’s List report takes a look at why you should read the fine print before making a decision.
Your home should be your safe haven, but sometimes your home is a harbor for toxins that could affect your family’s health.
Home improvement projects can be stressful, but there is one thing you can do to improve chances of success.
Are you thinking about how to reduce your carbon footprint because you’re concerned about the environment? Learn how going green can save you money as you help save the Earth with some tips from Angie’s List.
It’s one of those appliances we rarely think about until it breaks down. Considering they are the third largest energy consumer in your house, you might want to pay closer attention to your water heater.
Lots of us make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, save more, get the taxes done before the last minute and some of us even pledge to finally get organized.
Have you ever left home and realized that you forgot to close your garage door or came home to an overflowing toilet? You can save yourself the worry with a home automation system.
If you need help preparing your taxes this year, the time to call a pro is now. Starting early can help you catch deductions you might have missed in the past.
Tackling a do-it-yourself project may seem like a great idea at the time and it could potentially save you money. However, Consumer Editor Susan Koeppen found out how you could end up spending more money and needing more time on your project than you expected.
The holidays are here and that means more time in the kitchen and more guests in your home.