Real Estate News
Did you know overgrown shrubs or boxes out on the curb can make your home enticing to a burglar? We have tips on how to keep your home from becoming a break-in target.
Summer cooling bills are a big chunk of utility costs. Try our tips for saving energy and lowering your home cooling bills this summer.
The color of your entry door can say a lot about you. Plus, learn why a new front door is one of the most valuable upgrades you can make to your home.
Learn how to use common, inexpensive household items -- like hydrogen peroxide and onions -- to green clean your home. Plus, we share our favorite recipe for homemade laundry detergent.
Whip your garage into shape with our top garage organization ideas.
Summer is a great time to put your house on the market. Make your home appealing to potential buyers by tackling some DIY maintenance projects.
A remodel after is a lot more enjoyable than a remodel during. Learn which home improvement projects are the most disruptive and find out how long they will take to complete.
A contractor can make or break your remodel. Learn some best practices for finding a stellar home improvement contractor.
Wildfires can happen anywhere in the U.S. Your landscaping can serve as a line of defense against them. Find out which plants and materials can help slow the spread of flames.
Kick off summer with a fun, easy DIY project that'll boost your curb appeal.
A fresh coat of paint is truly transformative. Paint can make a room feel bigger or cozier, depending on the shade. Certain colors can also make a room more calming. Learn more in this week's episode.
Spend more time on your porch or patio this summer by making the space irresistible to every member of your household.
Your vacation home needs love and maintenance even when you're not there. Learn about options for caring for your second home.
Want to spruce up your house? Consider DIYing. Projects like adding a wood deck or updating a small bathroom will make your home more enjoyable, and, if you do the work yourself, you'll save major bucks.
Before you settle in to your new house, make sure to follow these smart new homeowner tips. And learn what mistakes to avoid, too.
Don't be a slave to home maintenance. Features like front yard patios, quartz countertops, and vinyl shake siding cut back on to-dos, giving you more time to enjoy your space.
A running toilet, a leaky faucet, or a wonky ceiling fan are just a few problems you may face as a homeowner. Find out how to fix these common home repairs.
Painting perks up your space and can save you money, too. Ceramic tiles, appliances, and floors are just a few items in your home that would look great with a new coat of paint.
Home maintenance can be a breeze. All you need are some unexpected but common household items, including nail polish, blackboard chalk, and cooking spray.
Want to keep your home cleaner longer? We have some new cleaning tricks for you to try.