Contractors tell Angie’s List that 2015 is going to be a busy year for home improvement.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Especially if you have sensitive teeth.
You know how nice it is to have a warm home to go to when it’s cold and nasty outside?
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.
Your personal information is everywhere: bills, bank statements, blank checks, and even credit card offers and magazine subscriptions.
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.
With a wide variety of colors and finishes, wood tiles are giving real wood floors a run for their money.
For many families, gathering around a crackling fireplace is a holiday tradition. But, you need to take the proper precautions.
Bright colors, yummy smells and shiny decorations can make the holiday season magical.
Updating your kitchen countertops with the latest look might seem like a great and relatively easy remodeling project.
From the moment they wake up, kids are surrounded by screens. Now, many parents are worried about how that screen time might impair their child’s vision.
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.
When the weather is crisp, leaves are falling, and football is on TV, it can be easy to ignore fall chores. But, if you want to stay cozy and avoid costly problems this winter, you better get to work.