One of the best ways to save energy and money is by transitioning to a greener home.
You can use an inexpensive radon testing kit that you leave in your home for a few days, but the most accurate information will come...
Pro tip: Look for a rain-shower head that meets or beats your local water use codes.
If you’re thinking about moving away from poured concrete, now is a great time to consider the promise and possibilities of pavers.
Gaps, corners and hallways can benefit from creative designs, too.
Lighting can be used to improve nearly any room of the home.
They're available in different sizes and can power up selected circuits or the entire home.
Sometimes it only takes a few simple adjustments to give your kitchen a fresh new look.
The "semiprofessional" category of faucets offer great choices for serious home chefs.
There are many easy ways to make the bathroom in the home you're renting more appealing.
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