Have the recent warm temperatures led you to turn on your AC?
April showers bring may flowers but that’s no all they bring. Sometimes you could end up with unwanted water in your home. In this week’s Angie’s List report, Jim Donovan shows you some things you should be doing to make sure you home stays dry.
Most appliances hum along doing their thing for a decade or more — but sometimes they fail years before they should. In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan shows you some things you should be doing to keep them running smoothly.
This time of year many people are thinking of doing some remodeling. Updating things like your kitchen or bathroom can actually be a smart investment. But in this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan shows you why you need to be smart when it comes to doing any upgrades.
We rely on our cars daily to get us around but frequently we tend to overlook the early warning signs that something is wrong with our vehicles.
When was the last time you looked at your homeowners’ insurance policy? Do you have enough coverage to replace your home should catastrophe strike? In this week’s Angie’s List Jim Donovan shows you how to make sure you’re covered.
Trimming the tree and decorating your home are some of the most enjoyable traditions of the holiday season, but there are many homeowners who just don’t have the time to get tangled up in the lights or grapple with a ladder.
We’ve all heard horror stories where someone gives a contractor a $5,000 down payment and then never hears from them again. An important part of a home improvement project is the down payment.
Are you thinking about having your roof replaced? Asphalt is one of the most popular materials but metal roofs are growing in popularity. In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan has a look at some things to consider if you’re thinking of installing a metal roof.
This time of year, many of us are making home improvements, like installing new windows and siding. But there’s another important feature of your home that shouldn’t be overlooked: the roof.
As health care costs continue to grow, more patients with coughs, colds or other minor health concerns are debating whether their ailments warrant a trip to the doctor’s office, or if they should tough it out and save some cash.