The garage is one of the most disorganized rooms in the house.
When you’re feeling tired, the last thing you want to do is take your dog for a stroll. So, Angie’s List recently looked at how pet fence systems make it possible to throw open the back door and let your pet walk himself.
Are you looking for more room in your home to accommodate your family?
When was the last time your family had their picture taken? Do you have a new addition to the family that you want to capture?
It cools you off during the hot days of summer and can serve as the go-to-spot for family fun, but a pool can be a lot of work, too.
The quest for a lush, green lawn takes a lot of work and involves more than just mowing.
If you suspect that your child needs braces, prepare for spending thousands of dollars. However, Angie’s List has some tips for how you can plan ahead for the cost of braces.
You never know when the power might go out, especially during severe weather. Angie’s List recently put together some tips for what you need to know about home generators.
Does your car need an oil change every 3,000, 5,000 or 7,000 miles? In today’s Angie’s List report, how often depends on a variety of factors.
Keeping your house warm in the winter and cool in the summer has a lot to do with your insulation.
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.