Q: My partner and I plan to purchase a duplex with friends. We would live on one side, and our friends (who already own their forever home) would rent out the other side. Eventually we plan to purchase a home for ourselves and rent out both sides of the duplex.
2020 was so rough that Pantone gave us two colors for 2021.
In the winter, hardwood floor care is particularly important and particularly challenging, especially for anyone facing a fierce winter where temperature fluctuations, snow and rock salt all make the task that much more difficult. The challenges of winter can cause scratches, stains, cracked floorboards and more on even the best-maintained wood floors.
This hairdresser secret is the perfect cleaning tool for parents.
When tab-fatigue has got you down, try this trick.
The constant traffic up and down wooden stairs in a busy household makes for heavy wear and tear on them which can translate to different forms of abuse like a worn or dull finish, loose spindles or a wobbly baluster. The longer you ignore the warning signs the worse the damage can become so find a downtime when traffic is light to remedy the wrongs and make the repairs. The work can be divided into repairing the stairs and finishing the wood doing it in that order.
January 2 roundup of great finds online.
While homeowners tried to adapt their homes into schools and offices, there was a continued trend in the demand for kitchen and bath remodels.
In many parts of the nation, your heater is one of your home's most important appliances in the winter. Here are some tips to stay warm and toasty.
The trendiest hues of 2020 included surgical mask blue, burnt sky orange, murder hornet amber and postal service blue.
From mac and cheese to pumpkin bread, this loaf pan covers all the comfort foods.
Tucson-area homeowners and local governments like Tucson and Marana have diligently decorated for the 2020 Christmas holiday to keep the night…
This is the cheapest bathroom renovation you'll ever do.
Stream what you want wherever you want.
Q: Tim, I’m about to embark on a kitchen remodeling adventure and don’t want to get shipwrecked on the island of kitchen mistakes. I’ve never had an island in my kitchen, and I don’t have lots of space. Can you help me decide if one will work? What, in your opinion, is the smallest island you can have in a kitchen? What about appliances and electricity in the island? What happens if you get a stone top and want to change it later? How would you get the stone top off? —Mary Chris F., Cincinnati