Articles Tagged In How-To

4 Easy Summer Recipes for Kids

It's summer, and kids are home for the season. Whether they're headed to the pool or lounging at home, it can be hard to provide healthy, delicious foods that they'll actually eat. Keep the pickest eaters fueled all summer with these kid-friendly bites.

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4 Tips to Keep Your Freezer in Great Condition All Summer Long

With the ridiculous heat and crazy schedules of summer you’re probably going to be relying on your freezer a lot more. You need to make sure that it’s always there running efficiently and providing you with quick dinners and cooling frozen treats.

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6 Ways to Keep Appliances Ship-Shape

Appliances aren’t given much thought when running properly. But as soon as they’re not, they’re all you think about. A broken appliance can wreak havoc on your home this summer. Take these simple steps to help keep things running smoothly.

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Amp Up Your Curb Appeal

Want potential buyers to get a great first impression of your home? It starts with curb appeal. Luckily, there are easy, low-cost ways to amp up your curb appeal without breaking the bank. Keep your home beautiful inside and out with these quick tips.

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Build a Perfect Fire with These Tips

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Go It Alone or Hire a Pro? Hanging a TV Mount

If you’re using a tabletop stand to hold your flat screen television, or if there’s a new TV in your future, you might be thinking about installing a wall mount. So should you do it yourself or hire a professional?

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Go It Alone Or Hire a Pro? Installing a Security Light

If you've thought about doing some DIY home improvements in an effort to save money or just want to learn a new skill, it's important to know when it's okay to go it alone and when to hire a pro.

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Go It Alone or Hire a Pro? Replacing an Entry Door Threshold

Door thresholds play an important role in sealing out the elements. If they’re worn out, doors may not close properly, causing drafts. Should you replace it or hire a professional?

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How to Remove Candle Wax From Upholstery, Wood or Carpet

To remove the wax from carpet or upholstery, you will need a plain brownpaper bag and a steam iron. Paper grocery bags work well.

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How to Save on Big Ticket Items

Trying to get the best sale price on large-ticket items for your home can be quite time consuming. Here are some simple ways to shop smarter and save on everything from appliances to furniture to electronics.

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