Preserve nice, wood windows—or just save on the cost of replacement—while boosting energy efficiency and reducing noise transmission with the newest generation of storm windows.
While many homes in the United States use municipal sewers, due to factors like location, some homeowners must opt for septic tanks. Read on to learn a few fundamentals of this sewage system.
Whether you’re moving into a new home across town or simply renovating your backyard, read on to learn how to move a hot tub by yourself.
Staying on top of these common issues will keep the water outside, where it belongs.
The job of restoring your home can be physically demanding, dirty, and emotionally exhausting—but it’s doable and well worth the reward of getting your house back.
Want to level floors in your old house? Read this step-by-step guide to making a subfloor flat in preparation for installing a new finished floor.
Need to stretch a section of carpet in your home? It takes a bit of muscle, but specialized tools do most of the work.
The hard part about patching a leak in your roof is finding the leak itself. Once you’ve accomplished that, repairs are often relatively simple.
No matter what kind of pool you have, at some point they all need to be resurfaced. Here’s the deep dive on methods, materials, and costs.
Whether it’s caused by a hundred-year flood or a plumbing malfunction, no one wants a swimming pool in their basement. Here are some ways to get rid of that standing water in your basement.