If your windows are old, drafty and a pain to open and close, you may want to consider a replacement project this year.
If you’re buying a TV for your Super Bowl party at home, Consumer Reports says a screen that’s at least 50 inches or larger is a good size for a crowd.
Your personal information is everywhere: bills, bank statements, blank checks, and even credit card offers and magazine subscriptions.
Before you throw out your child’s dried up markers or an empty tissue box, you may want to think about how you can stretch their use.
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.
Now that all of the Christmas gifts are opened, you might be in need of some batteries for those gadgets. Double-As are still the most popular size.
Need a quick pick-me-up to keep your house looking nice for the holidays? Three new, lightweight stick vacuums from Shark and Dyson not only promise to do the trick but also claim to be as good or better than full-sized vacuum
Just in time for the holidays, Consumer Reports is out with its Naughty and Nice List, an annual look at company policies that are consumer-friendly, and some that are not.
Don’t toss your favorite clothing or shoes without giving them another chance. Consumer Reports ShopSmart says fabrics and leather can be easily renewed, saving you big bucks.
For many, the holiday season is a time to give not only to friends and family, but also to those in need.
If the thought of braving holiday crowds at the mall is driving you to go for gift cards, you’re not alone.
There’s a new, dark side to Facebook and it could put you at risk of losing your money, reputation and even a friendship.
In a recent survey, Consumer Reports asked 1,000 people about their shipping gripes and has some tips to help your boxes reach their destinations.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people about some of the most common holiday scams.