Water loves to find its way into basements, so homeowners must work to keep it out. Selecting the right sump for your basement can prevent flooding and reduce moisture issues.
Shower enclosures are more than curtains and sliders these days. They are now made of glass, solid surfacing, molded shower units, glass block and tile.
Nearly every American home has a combination tub-shower. They’re practical, flexible and hard to replace. Consider your space, the surface you want and your budget before deciding how to upgrade your tub-shower.
Windows are for safe ventilation and light, but they are also for escape in case of emergency.
A growing family means remodeling existing space, expanding or moving. Checklists and professional input can help you decide which option works best for your family and finances.
Radon is a tasteless, odorless gas that seeps into homes through cracks and openings in the foundation or slab. Inhaling radon carries serious health risks, which is why the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends fixing homes with radon levels at or above 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L).
The right tile countertop can personalize a kitchen; stand up to spills, heat and oils; and create a unique, personalized look for the kitchen.
The Centers for Disease Control have identified more than 1,000 different kinds of indoor molds, or fungi, in homes across the country. Since mold is linked to a host of health concerns, proper identification and safe eradication of mold spores is key to healthy indoor air.
Radon is tasteless, odorless and dangerous at relatively low levels in a home. The only way to determine if unsafe levels exist is to have your house tested.
Concrete has come into the kitchen, bringing warmth, custom colors and sophisticated personalized looks.