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Holiday Fire Safety Tips

The holiday season is one of the most dangerous times of the year for household fires, so take note of these tips to reduce your risk.

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Holiday Lighting Safety Checklist

Before you plug in and light up for the holidays, run your decorations through this quick safety check.

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Spring Cleaning Guide

Make spring cleaning less of a chore by following these smarter—and mostly greener—tips for this annual rite of homeownership.

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How to Protect Your Home From Severe Cold

The right tools and pre-winter maintenance will ensure that your home and your family are safe from cold-weather threats.

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Is Your Heating System Ready for Winter’s Nip?

Getting your home’s heating system professionally serviced every year will keep it running smoothly and help keep heating costs under control.

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Smart Tips for Choosing Bathroom Flooring

Choose the right bathroom flooring based on your priorities — cost, kids, safety, and eco-friendliness.

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8 Easy Ways to Seal Air Leaks Around the House

For what the typical family wastes every year on air leaks — about $350 — you can plug energy-robbing gaps, start saving money, and enjoy a more comfortable home.

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12 Tips for Saving Energy in Your Home Office

Cut your power consumption, lighting, and heating and cooling costs when you work from home.

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Low-Flow Toilets: How to Choose

Replacing an old water-guzzler with a new low-flow toilet can shave as much as $90 off your annual utility bill and send thousands fewer gallons of water down the drain.

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How to Buy a Dishwasher

When you buy a dishwasher, hone in on the model that’s right for you by considering your needs: size, fit, features, and performance.

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