Freezing temps may tempt you to bundle up and stay inside, but protecting your home from the dangers of the freeze-thaw cycle means taking action. Follow these simple steps to protect pipes, prevent water infiltration and save on potential repair costs come spring.
Looking for a different approach to growing houseplants? Skip the potting soil and give hydroponics a try. Cultivating your window garden in glass vessels will provide an entirely new perspective on the growing process along with new challenges to your gardening skills.
Unlimited storage space would be great. But sufficient space is possible—if you make full use of the laundry, basement, attic and garage.
If you've always wanted one of those beautiful table centerpieces that look like miniature Christmas trees but didn't want to shell out the $40 they cost, they're quite easy to make and a fun project to do with children.
The vibrant poinsettia, the flowering plant most often associated with Christmas, is a relative newcomer on the holiday scene, only claiming its title in the early days of the 20th century.
Before we plunge head first into winter, take a day or two and make sure that your home's heating systems are good to go for the cold months ahead. Efficiency and safety depend on it!
Inspecting your roof in the fall and the spring will help you spot potential problems before they develop into full-blown leaks…or worse.
Proper maintenance is a key ingredient for a long and healthy life for your deck. Now is the time to prepare your deck to protect it from the ravages of winter.
Selective fall pruning can improve the health and appearance of trees and shrubs come spring, but it's critical to know what to cut and when.
Leaving for vacation? Make sure you’ll return to find your home as you left it by following these simple steps.