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When it comes to saving energy, homeowners have many options to choose from—at price points that fit just about any budget. If you're looking to make your space more energy efficient, do some research before throwing your entire budget toward one project. In fact, paying attention to a few small areas both inside and outside the home can have a significant impact,...

By Fatima Puri All the green smoothies and exercise in the world won’t keep your body healthy if you’re living in a contaminated environment. In order to keep your body happy and thriving, try these four quick and easy DIY projects to improve your home’s health. Inspect for Mold
Mold spores are everywhere, but when living in your house,...

Smart homes open the doors to new technological potential, but they can also open the virtual door to intruders and hackers. As smart home technology grows, so do the risks of being hacked, which can stop some customers from adopting these amazing technologies for their homes. However, protection can make a home incredibly safe from hackers. Here are five ways to...

By Damien Justus Thanks to Reality TV, you can see people buying houses and flipping them for profit on cable television and even your local public network. While some of these shows tell you how much the people spend on each segment, others show this process as a seamless task that can be completed with almost no troubles. Experts come in to demolish the site overnight...

Do you remember the first date you ever went on with your significant other? The beginning, butterfly stages of any relationship are all fun and games until it becomes serious and you’re sitting on the couch in pajamas on a Saturday night. Rekindle the flame, see the fireworks again and fall even more in love. No couple is perfect, but DIY projects can bring you...

Nowadays, life is pretty delayed. While baby boomers love to take every opportunity to call millennials lazy, the truth of the matter is that we spend more time focusing on education, have more student debt than ever and spend a good deal of our 20’s traveling or living in larger cities. All of this delays the home buying process, and in many cases, first-time homebuyers...

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that bibliophiles are big on bookstores and libraries. If you identify with this group and feel your current city is failing you in the reading department, here are some pointers as to where you might want to flee. If you don’t have enough places to buy books, then what kind of life are you even leading? According to Publishers...

From its opening weekend alone, "Beauty and the Beast" has already made $170 million domestically, which means that between all the singing and the dancing, at least one of your kids now wants a 'Beauty and the Beast' themed bedroom. So, whether you want to quench the thirst entirely or just want to add a couple of trinkets here and there to appease the fire, here...

Owning a home provides many benefits and advantages for those who achieve it, but the burden of maintaining, repairing and replacing home appliances goes right along with it. The decision to repair or replace a broken or failing appliance is often made under pressure and without adequate knowledge or information about the nature of the appliance or its expected lifetime. Water...

By Hannah Whittenley Buying a home is a big step whether it’s your first home or a retirement home. The location and size of your home can have an impact on your quality of life. There are several steps you can take to find the home that's best for you. Assess Your Situation Lists are an excellent assessment tool. Before you begin your house hunt, list the features...