Home Improvement

Angie's List - When To Invest In Remodeling

Angie’s List: Avoiding Home Improvement Project Delays

When you get involved with any home improvement project it’s important to remember good planning is key to a smooth experience because any delays could end up costing time and money.

10/26/2012

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Great Fall Decorations For The Home

Ready to decorate your home for fall? Keep your home cozy and stylish this season.

10/10/2012

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Before The Fall Ends, Prep Your Home For Winter

Use the fall to take preventative steps to ensure your house will weather the winter.

10/03/2012

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Decorate Your Home For Halloween Without Breaking The Bank

Halloween is almost here, which means it’s time to begin decorating your home.

09/26/2012

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Ways To Dress Up Your Doors To Energize Your Philadelphia Home

Forget dead as a doornail. Check out these ideas for bringing your doors to life.

06/27/2012

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Angie’s List: Replacing Windows

Spring is popular time for home improvement jobs like replacing windows. And now there are so many styles and materials to choose from.

03/19/2012

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Mild Winter Is Good For Construction Companies

We’ve been treated to an unseasonably mild winter — it’s been a bummer for skiers and kids hoping for snow days, but a benefit for home improvement companies.

02/15/2012

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Habitat For Humanity Holds Grand Opening For Its New Store In Philadelphia

ReStore is Habitat for Humanity’s 19,000 square foot outlet in Kensington, sort of Goodwill meets Home Depot.

09/04/2011

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‘Greenworks’ Program Offers Low-Interest Loans For Upgrades

A new “energyworks” program is available to help home and business owners save money in Philadelphia and its immediate suburbs. The region is taking advantage of a $25-million federal grant.

11/11/2010

Pa. AG Discusses Home Improvement Consumer Protection

Pennsylvania’s Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act is one year old and the state attorney general’s office says it’s still early to gauge the impact it’s having.

07/19/2010

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