Utility Bill Busters – 11 Unique Things Homeowners Can To Today To Save Money!

There are some things that can be done to reduce your utility bills and also extend the life of some of your home’s equipment. These tips can even help create better cooling and heating in your home. With the average annual yearly spend of over $3,500, wouldn’t it be nice to reduce some of this spend and still have a comfortable home? Many folks think they cannot do anything to manage their utility bill. Or they think they know exactly what to do but may not have thought of these additional tips.  Read More


10 Ways to Decorating Your Fireplace Mantel

Fireplace MantelYour fireplace may have a mantel that can add some character to a room. Your family may use your mantel for different tasks. Let’s take a look at how your fireplace mantel can be used and how to make it stand out. There are so many different ways you can decorate your mantel.  Read More


How to Have Outdoor Fun with your Tax Refund

tax refundSo you received some money back from the IRS. WooHoo! This is fantastic. You know you can take that money and pay down your credit card or book that trip to Maui. But you can also use that tax refund to have some fun right in your very own back yard.  Read More


Spring Home Improvement Projects and How to Finance Them

Spring Home Improvement Projects and How to Finance ThemSpring cleaning time is around the corner but sometimes your home needs a little more than just tidying up. Whether it’s basic home maintenance or ambitious renovations, spring is a great time to get started on those spring home improvement projects you’ve been planning all winter. Of course, you first need to have a plan in place to pay for your new project. Fortunately, there are several excellent options available. To help you make a more informed choice, let’s look at some common spring projects and a few popular options for financing them. Read More


10 Home Finance Questions You Should Have the Answer To

Your home is the biggest part of your net worth and according to statistics, accounts for nearly 40 to 45% of your monthly expenses. As a result, you should always be on the lookout for ways to minimize the expenses and maximize the value. Especially over the long run, as eventually you will sell your current home. Read More