When designing an in-home wine cellar, architects and builders take three main elements into consideration: light, humidity and temperature.
White cabinetry and open-concept kitchens will continue to grow in popularity during 2015.
Spa showers are replacing oversized soaking tubs as the go-to relaxation station in your home's bathroom.
Whole-home automation has taken off. Maintaining your home's security and comfort has become as simple as pushing a button on your smartphone.
The National Kitchen & Bath Association reports that a typical bath remodel in the U.S. costs $16,000.
HELENA — Several proposed rules causing a rift in the Montana House may be changed or abandoned, including one giving the House speaker more power to redirect bills to a committee where a bill may be more easily killed, lawmakers said Monday.
Updating a light fixture can create impact.
Changing out pillows, throws and rugs seasonal is an easy and budget-friendly redecorating trick.
Simple lines, rather than over-stuffed furniture, will be popular in 2015.
There’s no way to predict with accuracy when mortgage rates will increase, yet some experts forecast rates around 5 percent by the end of 2015. To take advantage of low rates before they rise, discuss refinancing with your lender. A lower rate can potentially lower your mortgage payment and …
Montana counties have lost $20 million in the bipartisan spending bill to avoid another government shutdown.
Kitchen sponges are the filthiest of household items--typically carrying more bacteria and germs than a toilet brush.
Now is the time to install weather-stripping to windows and doors in improve efficiency.
Strategically-placed grab bars help the elderly retain mobility in their home.
House exterior with porch walkay and lighting in the woods
Congress has returned to Washington after five weeks of vacation to squander their few fall “work” days with political posturing and a “must-pass” bill that will fund the U.S. government only through mid-December.
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