Angie's List: February Is A Great Time To Sell Your HomeIf you’re planning to sell your home this year, you might want to hurry. That’s right. It could be easier to sell your home in the winter rather than the spring, summer or fall.
Angie's List: Checking Changes On HVAC SystemsIf you bought in a new HVAC system in the past year, you may know the United States Energy Department is now requiring homeowners to buy more efficient - and therefore more expensive - heat pumps and air conditioners.
Angie's List: Garage Door Replacement TipsFew of us think much about our garage door until it stops working or it becomes so weather-beaten, it's an eyesore.
Angie's List Highlights Current Bathroom TrendsYour bathroom can say a lot about you as a homeowner. Angie's List has a look at some of the current trends that are here to stay.
Angie's List: Tips For Hiring Right Contractor The First Time Talk to homeowners who've remodeled and most may tell you how hard it was to find the right contractor or provide stories about what went wrong.
Angie's List Puts Cryolipolisis To The TestLosing weight on your lunch break? Promoters of a new weight-loss treatment say it is possible with cryolipolisis.
Angie’s List: Huge Demand For Skilled Trade WorkersWhen people talk about "hot jobs" these days, they typically think high-tech.
Angie's List: How New Floors And Amenities Can Turn Your Garage Into A Party PalaceIt's graduation season, but hosting a large gathering in a small space can be tough. If you can't add on to the back of your house, maybe upgrading the garage is the answer.
Angie’s List: Protecting Your Dog From The New Flu StrainA new strain of flu is affecting thousands of dogs all over the country. At least six in the Chicago area have died.
Angie's List: Patios And DecksNew home buyers are looking outdoors when house hunting, so having a great deck or patio is important when trying to sell.
Angie's List: Tips For Choosing A Storage ShedThis week's Angie's List report offers tips on choosing a storage shed.
Angie's List: Readying & Reacting To RadonYou can’t see it, smell it, touch it or taste it, but radon is present in the soil of all 50 states, and it could be seeping into your home.