The CPSC is recalling Bel Air Lighting outdoor wall mount lanterns that can cause fires, burns, or electric shocks.
Bel Air lanterns can short out and pose a fire risk. Image: CPSC
If you have a Frigidaire self-clean range from Lowe’s, check to see if it’s been recalled because of a fire hazard.
Frigidaire Self-Clean Ranges are being recalled because of a fire hazard. Image: CPSC
Black & Decker under-the-cabinet coffeemakers are being recalled because coffee pot handles can break and cause burn and laceration injuries.
These Black & Decker coffeemakers are being recalled because the handles can break easily. Image: CPSC
New building codes promise energy savings for home owners, which offset the homes’ often higher price tag. Would you buy a new or existing home?
Splinters from decaying decks are downers. Here’s how to stop — and recover from — a deck attack.
Avoid splinters by properly maintaining your deck this summer. Image: Liz Foreman for HouseLogic
Before you buy your dad another power drill for Father’s Day, decide what type of DIYer he is. Then let that — and our gift suggestions — be your guide.
Congress needs to act, or forgiven mortgage debt won’t be forgiven next year.
At the same time that a bright spot has emerged for struggling home owners trying to get a short sale closed — Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac now require shorter short sales from lenders they work with — there’s a looming cloud.
Home ownership dream still alive and well despite some regulatory uncertainty in Congress, including the fate of a short sale tax break.
Five years after the housing bust, voters still embrace home ownership. Plus, the stigma of buying foreclosures fades as more people take advantage of low prices at a time when the mortgage rate is at an all-time low. This and more in our roundup of the week’s top housing headlines.