For the first time since 1880, more young people are living with their parents than any other living arrangement.
With longer days and warmer weather, many homeowners look to take on summertime projects to bring new life to their homes, lawns and gardens.
Summer storms are often accompanied by damaging hail, high winds, heavy rain and lightning that cause widespread power outages affecting homeowners' peace of mind, and their pocketbooks.
The arrival of milder temperatures means dining al fresco, hosting neighborhood cookouts and enjoying intimate cocktail parties under the stars.
From fighting fuzz on the living room sofa to removing grime from kitchen appliances, these quick and easy tips can help you prep your home for summertime entertaining.
Follow these simple steps for building your dream escape – right in your own backyard.
If a break from the sights and sounds of the city is calling your name, it may be time for a camping getaway to rest and recharge.
With temperatures rising and homeowners heading outdoors for picnics, parties and gatherings, insect-induced risks are fully in-season.
Whether you recently purchased a new house and are looking for ways to add your own style and personal touches or are looking to upgrade your longstanding home, it’s essential to add style and function when completing any home improvement project.
Urban living and lush gardens aren’t as mutually exclusive as one might assume. In fact, it’s possible to cultivate thriving gardens in even the smallest spaces.