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Each year, millions of Americans set out to renovate their property in hopes of finally achieving their dream home.
More than 90 vendors greeted the 5,000 plus people that turned out Friday and Saturday for the Home Expo 2014 at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and Convention Center.
The show features over 300 home improvement exhibits as well as seminars on landscaping and home remodeling.
Connecticut consumers reported tens of thousands of complaints in 2013, but there was one category that got them particularly fired up - fuel.
America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.
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Norma Thornsbury was excited about fully renovating her Cleveland home, but the major home improvement project has so far brought her nothing but anguish and tears.
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Longer days, warmer temperatures and increasing real estate values have put many Salinas-area home owners in a better mood today to make some big changes around their houses and yards.
With spring hopefully right around the corner, St. Lawrence Centre will host its second annual home improvement show from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 16. Marketing Assistant Lindsey S. Breitbeck said spots for the show are filling up, but she said would like to see more local vendors coming to the mall to showcase their offerings.
The Staten Island Economic Development Corporation's "Ultimate Networking" event at The Vanderbilt at South Beach, which drew 219 entrepreneurs, dovetailed neatly with Islanders' distaste for beating about the bush.
Thinking of selling your home? Then you're probably wondering what might attract house hunters' attention in a competitive buyer's and renter's market.
Home renovation gurus Ty Pennington, Nicole Curtis and Ramsin Khachi are special guests appearing at the Cleveland Home and Remodeling Expo this weekend.
If last year was any indication, 2014 should be another exceptional year for home sellers across the Bay Area.
Experts say projects are delayed when temperatures drop because mechanical tools don't function properly.
Monika Miller of Plymouth talks with Bill Albert, owner of Canton-based Accent Remodeling, Inc., during the Home Improvement Expo.