By Tim Shoemaker on 6/28/2018
If you’re hosting a mid-summer bash, keep these party tips on ice as you fire up the grill and throw the perfect get-together at your home
By Ty Pennington on 5/1/2018
It’s time to bring your home into the 21st century. Implementing smart home technology will make your life easier and enhance the value of your property.
By Matt Barbato on 3/1/2018
Moving can be stressful for any homebuyer. Fortunately, technology can make your move a breeze.
By Adam Fluck on 1/16/2018
With the new year came new tax laws—some of which impact homeowners.
By Sarah Amundsen on 12/1/2017
There’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than making your home warm and inviting. Luckily, you can liven up every inch of your home without breaking the bank or putting in a ton of time. Take a look at these five ways to prepare your home for guests. Re-think your everyday living …
By Sarah Amundsen on 11/1/2017
Whether it’s your first or fifteenth time hosting Thanksgiving, preparing your home for guests can be stressful. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be. Take a look at these quick, easy and inexpensive ways to cozy up all areas of your home. Entryway To make your guests feel welcome, create an inviting autumn display on your …
By Ty Pennington on 9/6/2017
Is your kitchen bringing you down? Get out the blueprints and roll up your sleeves—it’s time to renovate!
By Kevin Lambert on 8/31/2017
One of the more sobering realities of homeownership is paying property taxes. Depending on where you live, this portion of your monthly payment can range from trivial to stressful. For example, Hawaii’s average property tax rate is roughly .27% of home value, whereas that of New Jersey is 2.35%.* This means that for a $400,000 …
By Houzz on 8/28/2017
By Jen Dalley, Houzz The next time you hear the rhythm of rain as it drums overhead, grab your boots and venture outside to follow the rainwater’s journey. After it hits your roof, where does it go to next? If your home is like most, the water probably travels down gutters, through downspouts and onto …
By Kevin Lambert on 8/28/2017
5 tips to keep outdoor gear organized and easy to reach If you live in seasonal areas of the country like New England or the Midwest, the mudroom is an essential area of the house. It’s where the transition from outdoors to indoors happens, where boots are stamped and beanies are shed as the home’s …
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