Cleaner duct work equals cleaner air and less dusting. Learn how you can improve the quality of the air in your home for free without specialized tools.
Can a Plugged Septic Tank Cause Indoor Plumbing Problems?
Septic systems dispose of a home's wastewater when the house's sewer line is not connected to a municipal system. Understanding how the system works, detecting minor problems before they ...
Contractor Tips: Top 10 Home Remodeling Don'ts
Help your home renovation go smoothly and stay on budget with this wise advice from a pro
How To Clean & Maintain Countertops: From Corian to Quartz
The kitchen is the heart of a home, and the countertops are where all the action is: chopping, prepping, plating, snacking, leaning, and, if you're anything like me, even sitting
Central Air Conditioning Buying Guide
Shopping for a central air conditioning system? Read about types, features, and other must-know topics in our central air conditioning buying guide to make an informed choice.
Water Leaks: 3 Priceless Plumbing Tips to Avoid Costly Problmes
Water leaks can be costly. This quick tutorial shares three tips that are easy to do and will save you the stress of a possible disaster
How to Reduce Your Water Heater’s Energy Use
Yes, your water heater is an energy hog. But don’t replace it until you have to. These energy saving tips will help you save on your energy bills.
How to Get Rid of Fire Ants
Want get painful pests off your property? Choose the extermination method that best suits your fire ant infestation.
How to Quickly Measure for Your New Toilet Seat
Since it’s not every day you shop for a toilet seat replacement, you may be unaware that there are multiple standard toilet seat sizes. To make sure you pick a new toilet seat that will fit, take all the proper measurements before you head to the home improvement store. After all, they frown upon you bringing your own toilet seat from home for comparison.
How to Choose an Entry Door
When you're shopping for a new entry door, you've got a lot of decisions to make. But while you're grappling with the right architectural style and finish, don't lose sight of the single most important decision: the material your door will be made of.