The 2008 financial crisis has been hard on many American families, as the effects of the recession are still being felt.
When a homeowner makes an improvement to their residence, they should consider both the aesthetic and comfort-based value of what they are doing as well as determining if an addition will add to the price of a home.
The winter months can be difficult for many families in regions where cold weather is constant and blankets and warm clothing are not enough to provide warmth.
A new residence in Port Townshend, Washington, has been built on top of a massive float, as the structure catches the eye and curiosity of many residents who are strolling through the area.
The biennial Discover Tectoria event, previously known as Island Tech, took place at the Crystal Garden in Victoria, British Columbia, as vendors from around the world came to put their innovative products and ideas on display.
A Michigan couple has spent a significant amount of time deciding on the perfect home for their family, a process that led them to examine the best home technology products that the market has to offer.
A new development known as the Drake Landing Solar Community in Alberta, Canada, has figured out how to store energy from the summer months to be used as power for heating systems during the winter.
Manufacturers are regularly introducing new green products in the flooring market.
While some families are able to enjoy a large residence with enough space for extended family and a large Christmas tree, others are forced to sacrifice room to make the holidays as comfortable as possible for everyone involved.
The total expenditures in the U.S. on heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment is projected to increase by 5.1 percent on an annual basis.