The new year is here and there is no time like the present to get your home in order. Home improvement projects are a great way to kick off the new year, and they'll help save you time and money in the long run.
As 2011 came to a close, consumer review website Angie's List took a look back at the biggest consumer gripes of the year.
Consumer complaints in the past couple of months have forced several major banks to scrap plans to charge you for using your debit card. But analysts expect the banks to find other ways to recoup transaction fees as we head into the new year.
If you're growing tired of the rain, chances are so are your rain gutters. A clean, properly working gutter system can help prevent a home from soil erosion and damage to the home's foundation.
If you've been putting off home improvement projects, you might not want to wait until the new year to get them done. Problem Solver Melanie Wingo has information about federal tax credits that are about to expire.
Before you head out to a lot or farm, the consumer review website, Angie's List, has some tips to help you make sure you're getting the most for your money when picking out a tree this holiday season.
The garbage disposal is one of the most used appliances in the kitchen, and you probably don't even notice it until it stops working. The consumer review website Angie's List has some tips to help you take care of your garbage disposal properly so that you can avoid pricey repairs.
Family pets are exactly that, part of the family. So a lot of us will go to great lengths and great costs to help them when they get sick.
After a full day at the office, the last thing you want to do is clean your house. According to the nationwide ratings service Angie’s List, you’re not alone. When you consider how much time it takes to clean your home, it might be worth considering hiring a cleaning service.
You've decked the halls, done your Christmas shopping, and you're ready for entertaining - but are your appliances up to the challenge?
A federal tax credit could save you money when re-insulating your home this winter.
Eleven percent of Angie’s List responders say they’ve had at least one negative experience with a chimney contractor.