As you plan your spending and saving routine for 2024, you probably have loads of questions. Are interest rates going up? Could the housing market crash? Is inflation finally easing? Those answers are out of your control, but there is one area where you hold the power: your home.
When it comes to a home, it is often judged both by what is on the inside as well as what is on the outside.
From home design to wellness-inspired communities, the trend for improving our wellness is flourishing. The terms wellness architecture and wellness communities are the buzz these days. These design approaches can enhance health and longevity, which resonates strongly with aging baby boomers and health-conscious Generation Z and millennials.
To finish or not finish a home’s basement is an important question. In deciding whether to make the investment, consider the following questions:
Boulder County is characterized by its dry climate, so flood risks to homes may not be at the forefront of residents’ minds. Even so, the area is not immune to potential flooding dangers and homeowners and potential homeowners will benefit from being aware of and preparing for the risk of flooding.
Boost the flavor and nutritional value of winter meals by growing a container of greens indoors.
As the new year unfolds, many make resolutions to improve their health, fitness, and financial standing. So why not take the same approach to improving your home? Consider these simple resolutions to help boost your home’s resilience for 2024 and beyond.
The holiday season is upon us and for many that means decorating with poinsettias. These colorful and festive plants are tropical, so they can only be grown indoors in the winter here.
Looking for ways to incorporate a sense of hygge, this holiday season? Begin by evaluating your whole home and then look for ways to uplift each space with a sense of holiday hygge.
Checking the heating and cooling system is one of the most important parts of routine home maintenance and one that many homeowners pay little attention to.
You never want to lose access to an appliance in cold weather; when you do, you want to repair it promptly. It might seem easy to call the first appliance repair place you can find, but take care when hiring. You want a qualified professional to give you the best work.
Upgrading to more energy-efficient features can pay off, whether selling your home, seeking to save on energy costs, or reducing your carbon footprint.
November serves as an important time for remembering our Veterans of the Armed Forces and thanking them for their tremendous service to our country. Many of those veterans – along with many others – for a huge variety of reasons are facing homelessness. As winter approaches, it is an especially critical time for them to be housed.
Here are eight must-do tips on prepping your home for winter, as reported by Real Simple. Start with a look at the inside of your home from the perspective of staying warm and safe.
During the last 10 years, new and higher bridges have been built, new roads with flood-resistant construction completed, and floodways reconstructed, all with the intent of surviving the next flood of the same proportion. The question remains, will it be enough to prevent the same level of devastation? We will never know until it actually happens. However, one thing you can do to be better prepared for the next time it happens is to check your insurance coverag
Whether you lack a mudroom or need to spruce up the one you have, autumn is the ideal season to get to work preparing for winter’s arctic blast.
Adding these fall flavors to your home’s landscaping will give it that welcoming fall feeling and bring shine to its curb appeal, which helps attract buyers to your home.
In Colorado, it is pretty rare to have a 100% crack free foundation and concrete work, but a proper design for the specific lot, maintaining the grade and the drainage system, will ensure the least amount of problems due to expansive soils in our area.
Let there be light. With the absence of natural sources, here’s your guide to infusing spaciousness into windowless rooms.
When purchasing insurance in areas prone to wildfires, potential homebuyers should consider the cost of protecting their property from these natural disasters.
To help your garden survive the heat, the best defense may be a good offense. Ultimately, you’ll want to watch the weather and take preventive steps to help your plants survive extremely hot days.
Dehydration can strike in any environment – walking around your local downtown, hiking high peaks in the mountains, or working in your garden, it is important to always be prepared and drink water often.