Buying a home is an exciting adventure, but it can quickly turn to heartache.
After fading from popularity decades ago, wallpaper is making a comeback. But it’s nothing like what you remember seeing in your grandma’s kitchen.
There’s a lot of upkeep owning a home. If you’ve ignored any much-needed repairs, the New Year is a good time to take inventory of what needs attention.
No one sets out to hire a bad contractor. And yet, homeowners in the midst of remodeling or building projects do it every day.
Getting in shape is always a popular New Year’s resolution. One way to do that is by joining a gym, but you may be asked to sign a contract.
If you got a new puppy for Christmas — you might be looking for a dog trainer.
Whether your home has suffered a tiny bit of smoke damage or complete fire and water destruction, the cleanup process can leave you overwhelmed.
Today it’s easy to share and enjoy the digital pictures and videos we take.
It’s a fall chore no one likes to do, but if you don’t clean your gutters regularly, you could be asking for trouble.
Did you know that toilets are the main source of water in your home?
If your refrigerator is preforming poorly, it may be on the fritz.
You may be tempted to update your ride, but is leasing right for you? Angie’s List recently detailed out the pros and cons of leasing a car
For many of us, we take time off and travel for the holidays to visit family and friends. But, what happens if you can’t take your pet along on your journey?
The average family spends at least $2,000 a year on energy bills according to the Environmental Protection Agency. More than half of that goes to heating and cooling your home.
Whether you’re trying to sell your home – or you’re planning to stay put – replacing old or damaged siding is a good investment.