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Laundry Rooms

If your washer or dryer is ten or more years old, now’s probably a good time to consider replacing it. Not only will you be heading off inevitable breakdowns and costly repairs in the coming months or years, but you’ll be taking an opportunity to actually put money back into the very pockets...

Green Upgrades for Your Home's Exterior

When you think of energy efficiency, you might picture a top-of-the-line dishwasher or refrigerator. But appliances are far from the whole story when it comes to going green. In fact, energy-saving solutions begin on the outside of your home.

It’s the building envelope – your home’s exterior...

Bathroom Remodeling

Leaky toilet repairs are the most common DIY plumbing problem. While toilets don't wear out , the working parts inside do, and need to be replaced. Leaks are another reason toilets need attention. Did you know one leaky toilet can waste 78,000 gallons of water in just one year? That's enough to...

Use Smart Home to Shrink Bills, Grow Peace of Mind

By Amanda Parrilli for The Home Depot

Connected products and the concept of a Smart Home are increasingly popular, and it’s is a big part of the next generation of home improvement. The growing demand is inspiring manufacturers to shift R&D into overdrive and introduce all kinds of Wi-Fi or...

New Year's Resolutions for Your Home

If you’re like most Americans now is the time you might be thinking about the changes you’d most like to make most for the New Year. Whether it’s losing weight, getting organized or making more money, your house can help you keep these New Year’s Resolutions for your home.

Every New Year’s...