There are tons of home improvement projects that lend themselves to doing it yourself.
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.
It’s not uncommon to hear homeowners complain about the contractors they’ve hired. But, just how many people are having problems?
We’ve all heard the expression there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but what about a free estimate?
More than 70 local homes are being spruced up this week by teens from all over the country.
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.
Once our holiday decorations come down, we often notice all the things in our house we want to change.
Did you know that toilets are the main source of water in your home?
With the summer storm season upon us, Angie’s List is warning anyone who’s suffered wind and hail damage to be on guard against unscrupulous people who offer to help rebuild, but who aren’t qualified or even prepared to follow through.
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.
Home improvement projects can be stressful, but there is one thing you can do to improve chances of success.
The storms blew in with snow globe-like fury, taking away the confidence of dry pavement.
Many areas throughout Western Pennsylvania have been affected by storm damage from the recent severe weather. From flooding to roof and tree…
Whether it’s the economy or the popularity of home improvement shows fueling what seems to be a “DIY movement,” more and more people are opting to take on household task themselves.