You can find a review for just about anything these days. It's important to do your research before buying a product or service, but how can you tell a real review from a fake one?
We're in the midst of the spring-cleaning season, but have you ever heard of cleaning your roof? According to the consumer review website Angie's List, you might want to start.
Whether you're moving across town or across the country, finding the right mover to haul everything you own is a tough job. There are lots of potential pitfalls, but the consumer review website Angie's List has some hints to help you make sure your move is as stress-free as possible.
The consumer review website, Angie's List, found that cell phone, landline and Internet providers were among the website's "Most Complained About Categories" list in 2011.
Your front door is what sets a first impression for most visitors, but according to the consumer review website, Angie's List, your front door could be making a bad impression on your wallet.
There's a difference between being a patient and being an empowered patient. According to the consumer review website Angie's List, that difference could drastically change the quality of the heath care you're receiving.
Glass that goes uncleaned can become hazy or stained and that will end up costing you in the long run.
Kitchen and bathrooms are popular rooms to remodel, but you don't have to break the bank to give them a face-lift. If you need to replace your floors, countertops or backsplash, Angie's List recommends using tile.
Financing a home improvement project can be stressful. You can help eliminate some of that stress simply by the way you choose to pay for the project. According to Angie's List, the consumer review website, the best way to pay for projects like this is by credit card.
Our homes see a lot of water here in the Northwest. If your home isn't adequately protected, it could cost you a lot of money in the long run. The consumer review website, Angie's List, has some tips to help you be sure that your home is protected from potential water damage.
Manuals may not be riveting reads but properly caring for your appliances can save you hundreds in repair bills and will reduce the stress of having one break down on you.
If you've been putting off basic repairs and small jobs around the house, it might be time to call a professional. According the consumer review website, Angie's List, hiring a handyman can save you time and money in the long run.
Home improvements can be overwhelming, but a quick paint job will give your house a new look and increase the value of your home.
If the temperature in your home never seems to increase but your energy bill does, it might be time to consider getting new windows.
If disaster strikes, it's important to know that you and your family are well covered to deal with damage. Homeowner's insurance can help protect you in the event of weather disasters, fire, theft and even injury.