When renting out your property, it’s important to clean it between renters. Not only does that help attract good tenants but it’s just plain courteous. NewHomeSource looks at the steps you can take to make sure your property is always rent-ready.
Wildfires can quickly spring up and threaten entire neighborhoods. Is your home sufficiently protected against wildfires by your homeowners insurance? NewHomeSource outlines 7 key things you need to know about wildfires and insurance.
Things happen. NewHomeSource has seven easy ways to make your new home safer.
Redesign and decorate your new home without breaking the bank with these budget friendly home decorating tips from NewHomeSource.
NewHomeSource has some easy, budget friendly home upgrades and updates that only look expensive.
Check out NewHomeSource’s fall home maintenance tips that protect your home and get it ready for winter.
If you live in an area prone to hurricanes or other major storms, NewHomeSource has tips for building a safe home, protecting an existing home, and rebuilding.
If you’re updating your existing house, NewHomeSource has interviewed contractors, so you can know what to look for in a contractor.
NewHomeSource explains the benefits of including a fully insulated garage in your new home.
NewHomeSource has five tips to reduce water usage in your landscaping, so you can save money and the planet.
As you move into the new year, here are ten things every homeowners should do for their home.
When building a home in a cold environment, there are different and crucial factors to consider – like making sure you have a solid insulation system in place.
Keep your family and your new home safe with these 8 simple, but effective home security tips.
Today’s homebuilders are looking for ways to improve indoor air quality so their homeowners can enjoy a higher quality of life.
Do you need flood insurance? NewHomeSource breaks down the factors you should consider before you get flood insurance.
When building your new home, don’t forget a landscaping plan. Determining how you’ll use the space before you begin landscaping will help you avoid costly mistakes.
Insulation is way more than just a bunch of pink fluff. Your new home’s insulation really matters, and could save you money in the long run.
If you don’t live in California, you may not give much thought to earthquakes, but they have occurred in at least 42 states. But do you need earthquake coverage to protect your new home? NewHomeSource outlines 7 key things you need to know about earthquake insurance.
Seasonal changes can be harsh on your grass. NewHomeSource offers several methods to keep your yard looking bright and green, even when the season brings fallen leaves and brown patches.
You may never look forward to doing the laundry, but today’s laundry rooms are all about making it way easier. NewHomeSource takes a look at some design ideas to help you create the perfect laundry room.
Porches are some of the most popular home additions. NewHomeSource breaks down how to add a porch to your new home.
As a first-time homebuyer, you may not understand the homebuying process. Before you purchase your first home, be sure to avoid common mistakes.
NewHomeSource breaks down the benefits of tankless water heaters, a common feature in new homes, and explores the different types of water heaters.
NewHomeSource teaches you how to use some common items found in the new homeowner’s toolbox like stud finders, power washers, and other power tools.
Avoid some common home maintenance pitfalls made by new homeowners that can lead to costly repairs and a lot of stress.
Buying a used home means lots of frightening problems, from costly renovations to unhealthy air quality.
By maintaining your energy-efficient home, you’ll ensure it is working at optimal performance for years to come.
After a natural disaster, homeowners have to pick up the pieces, and rebuild their home. NewHomeSource shows you a clear path to rebuilding after a disaster.
Preparing your yard for the winter includes raking leaves that come with fall. Doing yard maintenance in the fall ensures your yard and garden can withstand the frigid winter months.
When comparing the cost of buying all-new appliances to purchasing a resale home with existing components, homeowners should evaluate the average lifespan of appliances and the costs to repair and replace. In the long-term, investing in all-new gives the homeowner great peace of mind in knowing that their appliances should last longer and thus, minimize repair costs.