No one likes to think of disaster striking their home; however, preparing for an emergency—be it a flood or an earthquake—can be the make-or-break factor for protecting your property should disaster hit. Continue reading How to Prepare Your Home for the Worst
At the risk of sounding like your mother, breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day.
Not only does it provide the chance to fuel your body with the best possible nutrients, but taking a few moments to convene as a family can put everyone in the right frame of mind for the busy day ahead at work or school. Continue reading Get the Family off and Running With a Healthy Start
With August 21 on the horizon, residents across the country are gearing up to witness the first total eclipse since 1979. However, according to The American Academy of Ophthalmology, there is one thing that sets this month’s total eclipse apart from others: Smartphones. Millions of ordinary people are expected to use smartphones and digital cameras to photograph this eclipse. Eye care professionals are concerned that first-timers might train their cameras on this phenomenon, unaware of the damage they can do to their eyes. Continue reading How to Safely Photograph an Eclipse
If you’re hoping to up your curb appeal or just give your home a face lift, then you may already know that fresh paint is the easiest and most cost-effective route. Continue reading The Possibilities of Paint: How to Revamp Your Home’s Exterior
Whether you’re in Denver on vacation or just looking for something fun to do this weekend, the Mile High City will never leave you bored. Here are a few of our favorite things to do either in Denver city limits or within an hour of driving. Enjoy! Continue reading Vacation Days in Denver
Home owners looking to upgrade their house, yet waiting to sell their current house, are essentially pricing themselves out of the market. This is due to inflated house prices caused by a high demand from buyers with a shrinking inventory of homes for sale, coupled with potential increase in interest rates. Unfortunately, real estate prices aren’t dropping anytime soon. Continue reading Waiting for a drop in the Denver real estate market to buy or move?
Nothing will stunt the joy of summer faster than a home robbery. But as homeowners head out on day trips or long vacations, their homes are ripe for robbers casing neighborhoods for empty houses. Continue reading How to Avoid a Home Robbery This Summer
Successful money managers share a simple strategy: spend less than you make over a long period of time and invest the difference. Continue reading The 10 Worst Money Mistakes You Can Make
As temperatures rise and springtime blooms, it’s time to wipe away winter and refresh your home. Spring is all about airing out your space and spending more time outside, which calls for cleaning and perking up your routine. Continue reading Refresh Your Space for a Brighter Season
Before you embark on adding another bathroom or installing brand new kitchen appliances, consider a much simpler way to add value to your home: an updated closet. Continue reading Want to Increase Your Home’s Value? Look No Further than Your Closet
You’ve made the big decision to become a homeowner – congratulations! Now, the question is, where to buy? While many, many factors go into selecting the right home, the most important of all is location. Continue reading City Mouse or Country Mouse? How to Know Where to Buy
Owning a home provides many benefits and advantages for those who achieve it, but the burden of maintaining, repairing and replacing home appliances goes right along with it. Continue reading Repair or Replace: Tips for Knowing Your Best Option