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Featured Landscaping

Take Pride in Your Lawn

Tweet Bathroom renovations, appliance upgrades, and finishing basements are all common renovations that home owners undertake to increase the value of their homes, and turn their everyday homes into their

Featured Kitchen and Dining

6 Design Ideas that Bring Out the Best in Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is the life of your home. It is where both food and memories are made, so it makes sense that your design efforts should focus on this room until it creates the atmosphere you can enjoy as it is the room you spend the most time in.

Featured Home Interior

Looking For A Change? Five Home Updates That You Won’t Regret

Tweet There are many ways to update a home without breaking the bank or living in a demolition site. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Break Up

Energy Savings Featured

4 Neglected Ways You Can Cut That Energy Bill

The energy bill is most homeowners’ largest bill, so if you want to save money, you will probably want to look for opportunities to lessen this bill. We all know about energy-efficient light bulbs and having the proper insulation in our homes, but there are many ideas you may not have thought of.

Featured General Home Decor

Tips to Make Your Home Look Better

Tweet For the many reason of updating and fixing up your home, the biggest one would probably be people just wanting to upgrade the look of their home. Taking out

Featured Home Repairs

The Five Best Tools to Have in Your Arsenal if you are a Fix-it-Yourself Home Owner

Doing minor home improvement repairs and remodels can save you a bundle of money. Having the proper tools and know-how to handle the many small repairs a home might need is immensely satisfying …

Featured Garage

4 Reasons to Remodel Your Garage

Comedy Central says: “Only in America do we park cars worth thousands of dollars in the driveway and put our useless junk in the garage.” If you can no longer park that Mercedes, Lincoln or even a Toyota where it’s intended to go, it’s time to remodel your garage.

Featured Home Structure

5 Indoor Upgrades to Do to Your Home This Winter

Just because the cold weather comes in doesn’t mean an end to your chances of doing some home improvement work. Oftentimes it can be the best times to get some specific projects taken care of.

Featured Home Renovation

Renovations For Cheap: How To Cut Your Own Costs

According to experts, homeowners typically spend around $40,000 when they remodel their bathrooms, and $58,000 during kitchen redesign projects.

Featured Roofing and Gutters

5 Dangerous Consequences of Delaying Roof Repair

No homeowner likes to think about roof repair; it’s just an expense that everyone would rather avoid. Unfortunately, procrastination of needed repairs is only going to cause more issues.

Exterior Home Featured

Home Upgrades That Combat the Winter Snow and Ice

The best time to prepare for winter is actually in the months leading up to the cold weather. The ice, snow, and freezing temperatures can damage your home and send your utility bills through the roof, but there are ways to combat these problems.

Featured Plumbing and Wiring

How to Identify Water Damage Early

The older a home is, the more likely it is to experience water damage. One of the reasons why older homes are more vulnerable to water damage is because of the piping network that they have.

Featured Home Utility

An Unbiased Comparison between RO and UV Water Filters

Living in an area where drinking water does not fully meet necessary standards when it comes to purity give rise to the decision to start filtering the water. But people are often unsure about which of the two most common filters to use, Reverse Osmosis or Ultra Violet one, usually referred to as RO and UV.

Featured Seasonal Maintenance

6 Ways You Didn’t Think to Prepare Your Home for Winter

For many parts of the country, winter weather is already becoming a matter of everyday life. If the worst hasn’t hit yet, or you’re still wanting to make some last-minute preparations, you’re not entirely out of luck.

Exterior Home Featured

Renovation Tips for Earthquake-Proofing Your Home

The key to surviving a major earthquake—or any natural disaster, for that matter—is to be prepared. The key to preparedness is having a plan.

Featured General Home Decor

6 Ways to Bring Old World Charm to Your New Home

You’ve purchased a brand new house and it needs an old world touch to make it feel like home.

Featured Tools and Materials

The DIY Essential Toolkit for Every Home

I don’t know about you, but most of the tools I own were bought when something went wrong around the house. Like the adjustable wrench that joined us when the shower sprung a leak one weekend (it was our first real venture into DIY after the plumber told us his out-of-hours rates).

Featured Nursery Room

Newborn On The Way

While it is fun to wait for the new addition of the family to arrive, you will have to take a few steps in preparing the room to be as healthy and welcoming as possible.

Featured Garden Maintenance

Protect Your Landscapes with Root Barriers

There are a good number of benefits associated with root barriers in regards to protecting your landscapes as well as hardscapes in your home or around your commercial premises.

Featured Roofing and Gutters

Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Home’s Gutters

Your home’s gutter system or rainwater evacuation system is essential for keeping your home working to its peak performance level. Most homeowners don’t think twice about their gutters until the system begins to give them problems.