No one wants to be stuck inside on a beautiful summer’s day and with today’s technology homeowners now have no excuse not to entertain their guests outdoors. How home automation has changes outdoor entertaining, in today’s Angie’s List Report.
With home ownership at its lowest level since 1965, millennials figure heavily into that equation. But we see that not everyone from that generation is content just paying rent, and many have embraced home remodeling.
Over 1 million babies and young children are injured at home each year. Accidents happen, but a lot of them can be prevented if proper childproofing measures are taken. Hiring a professional to baby-proof your home is well worth the investment.
Most of us don’t think twice about calling in a pro when the roof starts to leak or the basement needs to be painted, but what about when you decide to make over a room or even your entire house? An interior designer can keep you from regretting the colors you combined, or the new flooring that doesn’t stand up to the traffic. Here’s more in today’s Angie’s List report.
Yardwork is a labor of love for some, but these days it’s common to see a professional crew instead of your neighbor out mowing and clipping.
Keeping cool in summer involves more than just cranking your A/C unit. In today’s Angie’s List report, we’ll learn some tips to lower your energy bills and maximize efficiency.
Being away from home all day to work doesn’t mean your four-legged friend needs to be all alone. In today’s Angie’s List report, we’ll hear about dog-walking services.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in a newly built home with no lawn or an older home with patchy spots of grass here and there, you have two options to turn your yard into a lush, green showplace your neighbors will envy: sod or seed. In today’s Angie’s List report, how to know which option is right for you.
When many people hear “prefabricated” or “modular” in relation to houses, they picture trailers or hastily built tract homes. But as Angie’s List reports, today’s prefab housing embraces flexible and modern design with all the amenities.
Whether you’re looking to play music in the kitchen or turn your sprinklers on while you’re away from home, smart home technology offers something for everyone, and the great thing is, you don’t have to be tech savvy to use it. In today’s Angie’s List report, we’ll see how security systems have expanded to cover all aspects of the home.