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Learn more about the nation’s most popular siding material

Learn more about the nation’s most popular siding material

While vinyl siding has historically been the most-used siding material in the U.S., its continuing advancements are allowing even more choice when it comes to two critical qualities desired by…

Put your decorating fears to bed and awaken your personality with the latest color trends

Put your decorating fears to bed and awaken your personality with the latest color trends

The bedroom is an oasis. It’s the place where you wake up, energized and ready to start the day, as well as where you slip away and unwind from the…

Creating a pollinator-friendly habitat in your backyard

Creating a pollinator-friendly habitat in your backyard

Pollinators such as bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, bats and beetles play an important role in producing healthy plants and food for people and wildlife. Without pollinators feeding on nectar and moving…

2013 holiday gift guide: outrageous and outside-the-box ideas

2013 holiday gift guide: outrageous and outside-the-box ideas

With the holiday season quickly approaching, it’s officially shopping crunch time. This year, consider some innovative and imaginative gift ideas sure to impress even the hardest to shop for on…

Safety tips for your home’s largest moving object – the garage door

Safety tips for your home’s largest moving object – the garage door

The garage door’s role in the home has changed dramatically over the last 30 years and most people don’t realize it. Consider this: garage door openers have been installed in…

Sink shopping 101: Is your sink ready for the hectic holidays?

Sink shopping 101: Is your sink ready for the hectic holidays?

From enjoying a nice cup of coffee in the morning to putting the final touches on a homemade pie, the kitchen is the center of the home any time of…

Raising the bar on bath safety

Raising the bar on bath safety

The bathroom is your daily sanctuary to retreat to and enjoy a few moments alone. For that reason, it should be serene, stylish and of course, safe.  Think that words…

To reduce Lyme disease risks, keep tick-carrying deer out of your yard

To reduce Lyme disease risks, keep tick-carrying deer out of your yard

Colder weather’s arrival means homeowners across the country brace themselves for the battle against bold, foraging deer. But with recent reports that Lyme disease – transmitted by ticks that live…

Home remodeling for the long haul: Making your space work for you

Home remodeling for the long haul: Making your space work for you

As more people choose to stay in their current homes longer, Americans are diving into large remodel projects. Forty percent of homeowners plan to remodel or build an addition to…

Germaphobes 101: Expert tips to stay healthy

Germaphobes 101: Expert tips to stay healthy

Before you know it, the chilly weather will be here and so will the dreaded cold and flu season. While even the most avid germaphobes can’t control every germ from…

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