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Learn the warning signs of lock tampering so you can take action and keep your home safe
Home improvements can add value to your property.
When you start looking for a new house, you have to put your blinders on — to an extent.
Avoid chilly drafts with these handy window-insulating techniques
The average time to build a house is between seven and 12 months
When to raise the roof and when to buy it
From its symmetrical exterior to a traditional floor plan, colonial architecture is one of the most popular options for classic homes in the U.S.
Don't just schuss by that chalet; discover what makes it so cozy and inviting
The average cost to add a bedroom onto a house is $30,000 to $100,000, depending on whether you’re converting a space or building a new one
You should hire a licensed building contractor to build your house
Be sure to check your rough carpenters' years of experience, references, and where they buy their wood before you finalize a contract with them
Home deconstruction can be good for the environment, help your community, and even grant you a tax return
A general contractor handles all of the nuts and bolts of building a house, so you don't have to
With a little elbow grease, you can make a statement with your entryway
Get inspired to repaint your front door in a color that speaks to your personality
It costs $100 to $300 on average per square foot to add a second-floor addition, though some projects can be as high as $500 per square foot.
Setting the framework to a solid foundation starts here
A highly rated Hillsboro, Ore.-based locksmith explains what to look for in a new dead bolt to help prevent break-ins.
Is home staging a boom or a bust for sellers?
Find the deductible option that’s right for you
Cash is king—and patience is queen—when purchasing a foreclosure
Ask these HOA questions before you’re locked into the community guidelines
Shoe molding is a decorative, yet functional, baseboard finisher
Free and low-fee payment options for home service pros
Before you start work on a job, you’ll need to do all the required permit pulls to protect yourself and the property owner from potential liability