Whether you are energy conscious or just trying to save money, there are many steps you can take to lower your home bills while helping the environment at the same time.
There are many reasons why homeowners opt to refinance, from obtaining a lower interest rate, to shortening the term of the loan, to switching mortgage loan types, to tapping into home equity.
With grocery bills rising, use these money-saving tips to get through the supermarket faster and with less money spent.
The average family of four uses 146,000 gallons of water per year, at a cost of $700. With just a few small changes, however, that cost could drop by as much as 28%.
Along with bathrooms, kitchens are the most bacteria-heavy rooms in a home. Here’s how to keep yours clean.
You may not have stopped your lawn from turning brown, but, generally, you can nurse it back to being green.
As temperatures turn warmer, follow these simple steps to keep your home cool without turning down your thermostat.
For homeowners with ceiling fans, the change of seasons offers a timely reminder to change the direction in which your ceiling fan blades rotate. It not only cools your home more efficiently, but it can lower your energy bill, too.
Less than 40% of grill owners clean their equipment with any bit of frequency, and 6 percent admit they have never cleaned their grill at all.
Newspapers can be as effective as pesticides in stopping weed growth.