Great landscaping adds beauty and value to homes. NewHomeSource has all the information you need to help inform the landscaping decisions for your new home.
Want to extend your living space to the backyard? Create the ultimate outdoor kitchen and living “room” and spend more time grilling and chilling with friends and family.
Garden professionals have a method for creating stunning container arrangements, and we’re letting you in on the secret! It’s called “thriller, filler, spiller,” and it’s an easy recipe that yields stunning results.
Want to design an animal-friendly oasis in your backyard? Learn about different plants and hardscape features to consider.
Are you interested in a small home, but can’t stomach a tiny house? We’ve got three small home options that still give you enough room to live comfortably.
We have nothing to lose if we conserve water, and everything to lose if we don’t. Read on to find out how you can have a beautifully landscaped yard while still using less water.
Find out what tools every new homeowners need in their toolbox to manage general home repair and maintenance.
Learn how you can protect your house and family with these new home safety tips from NewHomeSource.
Jungalow style is a celebration of color, pattern, and plants. What’s not to love about that? Read on for three “recipes” to help you create this look in your home
Having a sprinkler system is a convenient way to maintain a beautiful yard. We provide some advantages and challenges to installing and maintaining a sprinkler system so you can choose what’s best for you and your new home.
Get your new home’s pool in tip-top shape and ready for summer each year by following these easy six easy steps.
Protect your new home and keep it clean by keeping out pests and other critters. Here’s our advice for keeping your beautiful new home pest-free all year long.
Simple, affordable and fun ways to add an herb or vegetable garden to your backyard — or even a potager, if you’re feeling adventourous.
Furniture and tools are necessary purchases for new homeowners, but they can add up. Here are a few tips to minimize those costs.