such as Maytag Washers & Dryers, Whirlpool Washing Machines, LG Washing Machines and more
such as KitchenAid Stoves & Ovens, Whirlpool Ranges & Ovens, Viking Ranges and more
such as HomeAdvisor, Home Depot Kitchens, Home Makeover Systems and more
such as Finish Dishwasher Detergent, Procter & Gamble, Dial Soap and more
such as American Home Shield, Choice Home Warranty, First American Home Buyers Protection and more
such as Home Depot - Roofing, Owens Corning Shingles, James Hardie Siding and more
such as Miami Cooling, Kendale Air Conditioning, Art Plumbing & Air Conditioning and more
such as Frontpoint Home Automation, Safe Streets USA Home Automation, GetSafe and more
such as American Van Lines, Mayflower International Moving, United Van Lines International Moving and more
such as RainSoft Water Treatment Systems, Culligan, Hague Quality Water and more
such as Barrier Free Living, Jacuzzi Walk-In Shower, Premier Care in Bathing Walk in Showers and more
such as Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing, Basement Systems, Vulcan Basement Waterproofing and more
such as Danby Wine Coolers, Avanti Wine Coolers, Vinotemp Wine Coolers and more
such as Whirlpool Water Heaters, A. O. Smith Water Heaters, American Water Heater and more
such as Public Storage, Extra Space Self Storage, U-Haul Storage and more
Our home is supposed to be our castle, but it can quickly become our prison. Shoddy workmanship, fraudulent lending practices and home improvement rip-offs can make ownership seem like a liability instead of an asset.
About one in five homeowners say they have had a bad experience with home improvements or repairs. A recent AARP survey found that those with higher incomes ($60,000+) tend to have the most problems, with one-third reporting at least one serious problem. So if things haven't gone right for you, don't be shy, tell us about it.
Finding the right house and the right price in the right location isn't easy but it's something most of us do just a few times in a lifetime. Keeping the place from falling apart is something else again, and making improvements can be even more daunting. Nevertheless, most homeowners at one time or another get the urge to add a room or two, finish the basement or maybe build a deck or a pool. It can be great fun and can do a lot for the resale value. But it can also cause a lot of expense and irritation ... or worse.