To keep the grass in Paris trim this summer, the city is using sheep. Apparently, they’re efficient and cheap, but if that option doesn’t work for you, Consumer Reports has some excellent lawnmower choices for you to chew on.
If you suspect that your child needs braces, prepare for spending thousands of dollars. However, Angie’s List has some tips for how you can plan ahead for the cost of braces.
You never know when the power might go out, especially during severe weather. Angie’s List recently put together some tips for what you need to know about home generators.
Does your car need an oil change every 3,000, 5,000 or 7,000 miles? In today’s Angie’s List report, how often depends on a variety of factors.
You might want to check the label the next time you reach for that carton of ice cream because it might not be ice cream after all.
Whether you leave town for a vacation or leave to run a few errands, it’s easy for busy people to become careless and leave their home vulnerable to break-ins.
If you buy a used car, you probably want to know what it has been through. You might kick the tires and check the brakes, but there is a potential danger you may not even think about — recalls.
The last thing you want to happen when you go to cook some steaks or burgers for your family is a grill fire.
Does your dryer take one or more cycles to dry clothes? Does it get hot to the touch? If you answered yes to those questions, ask yourself this: when was the last time you had your dryer vents cleaned?
We all love a good night’s sleep and a good mattress can help. A new survey by Consumer Reports found about one in five people wished they’d bought a different mattress.
It won’t be too long before you’re thinking about summer vacation and capturing every minute of it on your video camera.
Over the last year, more people are paying for items by waving, sliding, or tapping their smartphones, thanks to some new apps.
April showers may bring May flowers, but they could also cause leaks to your home.
To save on television, Internet and phone bills, many people get all three services from the same company. However, Consumer Reports said there are ways to save.
Did you replace your favorite pair of shoes because the soles had worn out? Toss out a skirt because the zipper broke? Today’s Angie’s List report gives tips on how to make your old items new again.