For many, the new year means a fresh start and there is no better place to begin than inside the home. Your home is meant to last, but over time, simple wear and tear can result in inefficient systems and less-than-perfect conditions. To keep your home looking and operating like the day you purchased it, here are a few easy maintenance projects that will make a big impact in the end.

Summer parties mean more people viewing your décor and less time for you to spend on decorating your house. Creating an art gallery in your home is a great way to achieve high impact with modest effort. Your art selections will tell your guests a lot about your personal style. Plus, a home art gallery is easily changeable to suit the season, a special occasion or your mood.

Bicycle riding is a favorite pastime for all ages during the warm weather months. Whether you have had your bike in storage or it hasn’t had a recent tune up, spring is a great time to make sure your bike is in good working order. There are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you have a pleasant ride.

When you use tools every day, you know the benefits of going cordless. But when it comes to finding the best, most powerful and technologically advanced cordless tools for the job, do you know what to look for?

What’s the one thing no one seems to have enough of during the holidays? The answer is “time.” You can give yourself the gift of time this holiday season by trimming some common time-wasters from your day. Here are some helpful hints.

Many people enjoy the therapeutic benefits of visiting a spa regularly, but usually it comes with a hefty price tag. A trend with homeowners recently is to bring the spa experience into their lives through their own home.

Whatever the reason the remodeling itch has settled into your brain, before you bring in a contractor – or pick up a hammer – you should consider two important questions: How will you fund your project? And will it be worth it in the end?