When it comes to keeping your home in tip top shape– some people could use a little inspiration. That’s where the Pittsburgh Home Garden Show comes in.
There are tons of home improvement projects that lend themselves to doing it yourself.
Whether you hate the color of your brick or you’re looking to give your home a facelift, there’s a new option to consider — brick staining.
Landscaping can add as much as 14 percent to the value of your home, and not all landscaping projects need to be elaborate or expensive.
It will be a happy Father’s Day indeed with one of these toolbox-expanding gifts.
This time of year, homeowners are eager to spring into action and get started on home improvement projects. But, the key is tackling projects that will increase your home’s value.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino broadcasted live from the Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show with Mark Landman to share some home painting stories.
It’s a certain sign of spring: the arrival of the Home and Garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Planning a home improvement project this year? You’re not alone.
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.
Adding trees to your landscape can help make your home more beautiful, but it involves some careful planning.
Follow the rules or risk paying the price. That’s especially true when planning a home improvement project.
The garage is one of the most disorganized rooms in the house.
Don’t flush money down the toilet when decorating your bathroom. Start your shopping at these five retailers that have everything you need to take your bathroom from drab to fab.
Weatherproofing your home or updating your decor can be a fun and easy do-it-yourself project before fall sets in. Here are a few options to inspire you to get creative.