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Water Emergency! Fast Action to Reduce Water Damage

Water leaks and damages are, unfortunately, part of being a homeowner. The longer water is left to sit, the worse the damage becomes.

Featured Just Bath

Better Bathroom: Everything you Need for a Perfect Home Spa

A bathroom is not just a place for a quick wash, it can also serve as a luxurious home retreat.

Energy Savings Featured

How Solar Power Saves You Money

One of the most exciting things about solar power, besides helping the earth and its resources of course, is the fact that they are great at helping you save money. While being eco-friendly and powering your home, it’s great to know the monetary benefits of turning to solar energy below and show just how much this green energy can help you save.

Featured General News

The Ultimate (Palindrome Filled) Guide to Helping Seniors Move Homes

The time has come to move mom or dad into an assisted living facility. This is a difficult process and emotions will be running high. But with the proper preparation you can reduce stress and make the transition easier.

Featured Green Home

Renovating Your Home? Think About Making It More Eco-Friendly

If you’re a homeowner contemplating a renovation of your house, you’re probably feeling a little overwhelmed by all the choices out there. More often than not you should opt for a little bit more green-friendly upgrades to make your home expend less energy over time.

Featured Home Decor

Halloween Decor Ideas That Won’t Frighten Your Budget

The long stretch of time between summer and Thanksgiving gives homeowners a perfect opportunity to decorate their homes for the fall season, perhaps adding a touch of Halloween whimsy to spark delight in young and old alike.

Featured Home Structure

Major Hazards That Could Harm Your Home If Not Taken Care Of Immediately

All homes have minor problems, such as a loose door knob or chipped paint. These problems, while annoying, are not major concerns. Other problems, however, can cause great harm to a house if not corrected immediately.

Featured Landscaping

Year Round Spa: Everything You Need for a Backyard Paradise

Take temporary respite from the daily grind of modern living by blending an aura of serenity into the backyard spa you’re designing.

Featured Kitchen and Dining

Four Ways to Make Your Kitchen Cabinets Look Like New

Kitchen rehabs are easily some of the most expensive renovations you can do, from the appliances to the plethora of materials required. However, it’s possible to give your kitchen a whole new look without breaking the bank.

Featured Yard and Garden

New Home Upgrades That Will Make Your Neighbors Jealous

Are you looking to enhance your home’s curb appeal while making it a more fun and functional space?

Featured Just Bath

Construction Regulations for a Bathroom

If you are looking to build a new bathroom suite in your home, the likelihood of you needing planning permission is rather slim; however, if your new bathroom is part of a house extension, you will have to apply.

Featured Garage

7 Precautions To Be Taken in Building a New Garage

Going by the essentials of having a home garage, one would only find it difficult to remain without one.

Energy Savings Featured

Top 4 Eco-Friendly Home Improvements To Start With

Efficiency in your home may improve your monthly budget as well as support environmental concerns. You don’t have to be a member of Greenpeace to appreciate what eco-friendly adaptations to the home can do for you.

Featured Home Lighting

Five Tips to Gain More Natural Light In Your Home

Opening windows, flipping blinds around and spreading curtains are obvious ways to get more natural light in a room.

Featured Kitchen and Dining

Why You Should Update Your Kitchen Before Doing Any Other Renovations Around The Home

For homeowners considering an extensive renovation, the common question is which room should be first on the list.

Featured Seasonal

Seasonal Jobs: Tips for Winter Weatherizing Your House

With the always rising prices of fuel, heating oil, propane, and electricity, it makes sense to do whatever necessary to save these resources.

Featured Insurance

Earthquake Proof Your House with Five Easy Steps

It sounds time consuming, but you can easily take steps to earthquake proof your house. If the "Big One" comes along, you can rest easy knowing you did everything you could to protect your property and belongings from an earthquake.

Basement Featured

The Problem with Cold Storage Rooms

Cold storage rooms seem to be a thing of the past. Today’s lifestyle, coupled with modern-day home construction techniques, are changing the way homes are being built and, ultimately, reducing the need for cold rooms.

Featured Fences and Gates

5 Secrets to Choosing the Right Fence for Your Home

Tweet Thankfully, there are a few tips that you can use to ensure that you choose the perfect fence. Choosing the Right Material The first thing that you have to

Featured Landscaping

7 Tips for Making the Most of Your Outdoor Space

You might think September is a little late for your backyard deck, patio or garden project. The summer is coming to an end, so why start on a new outdoor project when we’re heading back to school or putting away the sprinkler and Slip-n-Slide?