DIY – High Tech Door Security



You might have a high tech home security system that warns you, your security company, and the police if a bad guy tries to break into your home. However, your first line of defense should always be putting physical deterrents in place to stop

DIY – Stopping Window Condensation



A common homeowner problem during late October and well into November is window condensation. There can be several causes as well as several possible fixes.

Quick DIY Projects Before the First Winter Freeze



Do it yourself projects don’t have to be about “getting dirty” climbing under the house, in the attic, or on the roof. There are several quick projects you can take care of that will save you money as well as prepare for the winter and next spring.

DIY – How to Insulate Your Attic



Fall is a great time for DIY projects. Once the weather cools from the summer highs, you can tackle outdoor projects that are labor intensive or heavy lifters without the sweat. It’s also a great time to take on projects that will insulate your home against the coming winter frost. Insulating your attic isn’t sweat […]

Deciding on the Right DIY Projects



Maybe you were a contractor in a previous life or maybe you want to learn to do more challenging home improvement DIY projects.

Home Repairs You Shouldn’t Tackle Yourself



Many homeowners try to reduce these expenses by tackling some home repairs projects on their own. While this seems like a good idea at the forefront

Do My Gutters need Cleaning or Replacing



Are you having problems with a flooded basement? Maybe it’s because you didn’t clean your gutters. Keeping the rain gutters on your roof cleaned out prevents a lot of seemingly unrelated problems that homeowners seldom think about.

How Often Do You Change or Update Your Hot Water Tank



As with many home maintenance timelines, the answer to the question to how often do you change or update your hot water tank? Is it depends. It depends on the quality of tank you have

Surging prices and low inventories drive increased spending on home renovations



The combination of low inventories of homes for sale, and surging home prices is causing American homeowners to spend record amounts on home remodeling this year

Wise and Not So Wise Refinancing Choices



With homes steadily and rapidly appreciating for several years, refinancing is alive, well, and regularly making news. A blast form the past – cash-out refinancing peaked in 2006, when homeowners cashed out $320.5 billion

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