If you live in a poorly insulated, energy-inefficient home, you might be eligible for government help. The U.S. Department of Energy's Weatherization Assistance Program funds grants that provide free weatherization services to low-income homeowners.
If you are looking for a way to get some of your home improvement projects done quicker, you may want to consider renting equipment from a local rental center. You will be surprised by the myriad of choices of tools and equipment available for rent.
Do you have home inventory? All home insurance claims require one, so why not spend a day preparing yours? Here's how to do it!
Once upon a time, cabinets were built on site by trim carpenters. Today, that's true only for the highest-end units. Most cabinets are now made in shops or factories, where the environment is ideal for controlling wood quality and craftsmanship.
Watch this video to learn about the home improvement projects that add the most value to your home, including bathroom remodels, kitchen renovations, and siding replacement.