By Jared Fernley on 12/18/2018
If you’re a pet owner, we’re sure you’re already well-aware of how sneaky your pet can be. Despite the angelic little faces, your pet can get into anything and everything—making it that much more important to be prepared.
By Jared Fernley on 11/23/2018
To stay cozy and safe this winter season, we cover everything you need to know to maintain your home’s warming hearth.
By Kristen Elliott on 11/15/2018
Every commercial break includes at least one family decked out in head-to-toe tartan, the grocery aisles have been overtaken by snowmen and the red coffee cups have arrived—the holiday season is upon us. With retailers vying for shoppers, the deals are about to start flying off the shelves, or more likely, into your inbox. As those enticing emails emerge, it’s best to be prepared.
By Ty Pennington on 11/14/2018
There's always that one item on the To-Do list that keeps getting shoved to the bottom. For most homeowners, it's updating a room in the house. If this sounds like you, you're in luck. Ty Pennington has tried-and-true rules for updating the house without breaking open the piggy bank.
By Kristen Elliott on 11/8/2018
So, you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year? If you’re stressing, you’re not alone. This seems to be the most anxiety-ridden holiday to host, probably because it completely revolves around the food you’re preparing.
By Kristen Elliott on 10/26/2018
Zombies are everywhere in Hollywood horror, so around this time of year you can’t help but feel a little apprehension around the idea of the undead. To ease your anxiety, we have some tips and tricks to help keep you safe from the zombies and other (shall we say more rational?) fears—accidents, burglars, fires, natural disasters, etc.
By Matt Barbato on 10/18/2018
Buying a home is a big deal and taking care of your home should be just as important. While home maintenance is a year-round project, it shouldn’t be overwhelming. We know how hard it can be to stay on top of every task, so we’ve created a home maintenance checklist that you can reuse every year.
By Jared Fernley on 10/2/2018
Dating back to the early 1800s, Oktoberfest signals the start of fall with its blissful mix of Bavarian meats, beer and dancing. Observed during the weeks of late September and early October, it’s a great excuse to gather friends together before winter weather drives everyone indoors.
By Jared Fernley on 9/24/2018
Where your children study can have a big impact on how they study (and for how long). An intentioned and well-designed study space can help make home fun and foster lifelong learning habits.
When it comes to home decorating, high style doesn’t always have to be defined by a high price tag. With some simple planning and strategic placement, any homeowner can get their space looking absolutely fab without spending a boatload of Benjamin.
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