While bathroom remodels have some of the highest ROI of any home renovation, costs can quickly escalated for this type of project. Factors impacting the cost of a remodel include room size, shape, number of fixtures, and changing the layout. Higher-end fixtures and finishes also increase the cost. Learn ways to save money and still get the look you want.
When replacing a furnace, consider the furnace type, local climate, price, house square footage, and how your home is insulated to select the best model. Depending on the type selected, the total replacement cost will vary based on materials, equipment, and labor.
When you're switching out a bathtub, insulate underneath the new one to increase heat-retaining properties. Bathtub materials vary in their heat-retaining properties, and it’s easy and inexpensive to increase any bathtub’s ability to retain heat with insulation.
Instead of waiting for serious issues to happen, make a monthly schedule of simple home maintenance tasks to tackle. Learn more about chores that, if completed regularly, will help to avoid bigger problems.
The average cost for water heater replacement is anywhere from $811 to $1,566 depending on the type and size of the water heater. Installation and labor costs will also affect the overall price of water heater replacement. Learn more about costs to replace this appliance.
There are reasons to select PEX over copper for your home's water-supply system, but PEX comes with a downside - rodents are attracted to the plastic tubing. Learn why this is a problem and what you can do to prevent damage.
Owning a home can be expensive, especially when you have to tackle emergency repairs, both simple or costly. Following are 15 things your home repair emergency fund should be able to cover.
Over time, soap scum buildup becomes increasingly hard to remove. To keep your bathroom soap scum free, you’ll want to find a solution that works for daily and weekly cleanups.
Make delicious purified drinking water under your sink with a reverse osmosis water filtration system.
It used to be that there were only two options when it came to selecting a hot water heater - gas or electric. With the development of new technologies, there are more hot water heater options on the market than ever before.