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.
A man is recovering after he was stabbed during a fight outside a club in Station Square.
Whether you’re trying to sell your home – or you’re planning to stay put – replacing old or damaged siding is a good investment.
There’s something special going on at a local restaurant where random acts of kindness are on the menu.
Is your roof in need of a makeover? There is a wide selection of roofing shingles available today, but all those choices can be confusing.
Most major stores have internal numbers and color coding to keep track of and move their inventory. And if you know what those codes are, then you can save yourself a lot of money. KDKA’s Susan Koeppen reports.
Is their value in cleaning your home’s air ducts?
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.
Not all weekend warriors have muscles to match, but don’t let that stop you from having a picture-perfect yard this fall. Consumer Reports ShopSmart found some equipment that’ll make yard work a breeze, or at least a little less back-breaking.
Have you ever received a water bill that seemed unusually high? The reason for such a drastic increase is usually a leak somewhere, but Angie’s List has some tips about how you can spot one.
Consumer Reports recently taste-tested a wide variety to see how they stack up against big-name national brands.
If you have kids, chances are they are obsessed with the Rainbow Loom.
The garage is one of the most disorganized rooms in the house.
When you’re feeling tired, the last thing you want to do is take your dog for a stroll. So, Angie’s List recently looked at how pet fence systems make it possible to throw open the back door and let your pet walk himself.