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Angie’s List: Giving services as gifts

You’ve made your list and checked it twice, but you still can’t find the perfect gift for that friend or family member.  Angie Hicks, the...

Angie’s List: Should you hire an interior designer?

With DIY home design shows and Pinterest being so popular, it seems like almost anyone can decorate their home like a pro. While you...

Angie’s List: Tips and tricks for tire maintenance

You may have had a flat tire before, brought it into a repair shop to have it fixed and been told that it needed...

Angie’s List: What does bonded and insured really mean?

Many contractors will promote that they’re bonded and insured. But what does that really mean for you as a consumer? In this week’s Angie’s...

Angie’s List: How to respond to common home crises

Any homeowner knows the feeling—the unexpected surprise of a crisis in your house. From a burst pipe to storm damage, this week’s Angie’s List...

Angie’s List: America’s Vanishing Dining Room

With meal kit delivery services becoming more and more popular, the way people are cooking meals is changing. It should come as no surprise, then, that the way we’re eating them is changing too. While dining rooms are still a common feature in homes across the country, that space is being used less for dining these days. In today’s Angie’s List report, a home trend that’s keeping dinner off the table.

Angie’s List: Creating comfort zones in your home

There are a handful of arguments that almost every couple has had and the temperature on the thermostat is likely one of them. There have been plenty of study’s done over the years on this topic, and while exact results have varied, almost all of them have found the same thing: people tend to fight over the heat in their home. If you’re looking to be more comfortable in your home, and relationships, year-round, adding zones to your home’s HVAC system can help. Here’s more in today’s Angie’s List report.

Angie’s List: Multi-functional small spaces

Small spaces don’t have to feel cramped or closed in. Whether you live in a studio, loft, condo or moving your child into a college dorm, here’s how to make the most of your living space in this week's Angie's List Report.

Angie’s List: Proper Pool Maintenance

With the heat of the summer in full force taking a quick dip in a backyard pool is a dream for many. To keep the dream of owning a pool from becoming a nightmare, proper maintenance and cleaning is essential.

Angie’s List: Harmony in Renovation

Communication is always important in any relationship but even more so when going through a big life change. Taking on a massive home remodel is one of those big life changes that can test even the best relationship.

Angie’s List: Bug Repelling Plants

Summer means it’s time to fire up the grill and invite friends and family over for a barbecue but it also means you’ll probably see some unexpected guests as well - those pesky bugs and insects.

Angie’s List: Hiring Critical When Having Home Exterior Painted

Does your house need a new paint job? Sixteen percent of recently surveyed Angie’s List members say theirs does, too.
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