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Water Slides Recalled After Death and Injuries

Banzai Splash water slides are being recalled after one death and two severe injuries occurred when the in-ground pool slide deflated. Read More

Friday Five: The Year of the Housing Bottom

More stable home prices point to housing market bottom, as REALTORS® ready to rally for home ownership and the economy in Washington. Read More

Let’s Make Every Day ‘Give Your Stuff Away Day’

TV, computer monitor and other items available to new homes

On May 12, everyone is invited to give away unwanted stuff by putting it out on the curb. Image: Eric Bartholomew/Flickr

We have five ways to help your junk — er, nice stuff — find a new home. Read More

Don’t Panic Over Study that Found Lead in Garden Hoses

Garden hose outside a house

Lead and other toxic chemicals are often found in vinyl hoses, but it's nothing to worry about, expert say. Image: Liz Foreman for HouseLogic

Ingesting even little bits of lead is hazardous to your health. So, a new study that found lead in hose water sent our pulses racing. Here’s what we learned. Read More

Swingin’ Ways to Reuse an Iron Gate or Fence

An iron fence reused as a valance

Here's a new use for an old iron gate: A valance to hang over a window. Image: Susan at Homeroad.net

Take a look at these great ways to reuse old iron fencing. Read More

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