While vinyl siding has historically been the most-used siding material in the U.S., its continuing advancements are allowing even more choice when it comes to two critical qualities desired by homeowners: outstanding curb appeal and low maintenance.
There’s nothing like being outdoors. It soothes the soul, calms the spirit and delights the senses. Most of us can’t spend as much time as we’d like outside, but many clever methods can bring the serenity and beauty of nature into your home. Take a look at a few of the innovative ways that you can introduce nature’s beauty, from a lush garden to a spectacular rocky coastline, into your interior spaces.
Medicare’s Annual Election Period runs through Dec. 7, and Medicare beneficiaries are utilizing specific criteria and turning to different resources to navigate their coverage options.
It’s no secret that finding the perfect gift around the holidays for everyone on your list can be a daunting task. If your list includes someone who enjoys spending his or her free time fixing things around the house, why not show them you appreciate their DIY enthusiasm with some great gifts that will come in handy for their next project?
Today, Americans eat around 16 billion quarts of popcorn every year making it the nation’s favorite snack food by volume. Naturally rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, low calorie air-popped popcorn has more iron than eggs and more fiber than traditional salty snacks. In addition to being healthy, it’s wallet-friendly. For about 25 cents, you can pop enough kernels to satisfy a family of four. If that’s not enough to whet your appetite, what makes popcorn the greatest snack is its ability to adapt to consumers’ ever-changing palettes.
Everyone experiences irritations from time to time, but a surprising new statistic shows that eight in 10 men experience underarm irritation during their everyday routine. Here’s what men need to know to fight irritation.
Retirement marks the start of the golden years, the period when hard-working individuals can put their feet up to relax after a long, successful career. But for seniors who think they can no longer live in their homes alone, retirement may be a stressful time. They worry they will have to give up the homes they have enjoyed for so many years.