Expert Advice on Improving Your Home

Save on Energy-Efficient Upgrades with Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits

Energy tax credits have been around for a while, but thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, you can now save even more. 
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How to Receive Free Help Weatherizing Your Home

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.
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How to Hire a Roofer for Your Home

A new roof is a major investment that typically costs thousands of dollars. Read on to find out how to choose a good roofer for your home.
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7 Questions To Ask When Hiring a Contractor

Do your homework — otherwise, #2 and #7 could cost you A LOT of money.
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5 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Handyman

Hiring a handyman is not easy, and many people have had unpleasant experiences trying to do so. In order to avoid this type of disappointment, here’s some advice.
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How to Prepare Your Home Inventory List for Insurance

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!
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How to Improve Your Home Without Breaking the Bank

If you’re like most Americans, and can’t fund a home renovation in cash, these are your options.
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What to Do After a Hurricane

Find out about homeowner hurricane and flood insurance, and what to do after a storm passes to limit damage and get the claims process going.

How to Keep the Drama Out of Home Renovation

Remodeling your home can be a very stressful time for homeowners, but the more you understand and are realistic about the processes involved, the smoother the renovation of your house will go. Read on for the top four tips on how to reduce stress during a home renovation.