Daylight Savings Time
Updated October 2014 Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 2, when we set our clocks back an hour. Many of the devices we use to tell…
Raking Leaves
It’s that time of year again: The air is turning cooler, the leaves are starting to turn gold and orange and the days are growing shorter. Fall is in the…
Fall Leaves with Rake
With all the barbecues, baseball games and road trips that go on during the summer months, home maintenance projectsmay not seem very appealing. But, before Old Man Winter bears down…
Garage organization tips
Do you cringe when you open your garage door? All of that clutter – from gardening tools, old furniture and sports equipment to half-empty paint cans and pesticides – limits…
lightening power surge
Being a homeowner and a mother, I work hard to keep my house and family safe. But homes face all types of threats – some less obvious than others. Here’s…
Why You Should Change Your Furnace Filter Regularly During Denver Summers
Over the past three decades, Denver officials have made improving air quality a focus in the Mile High City. Some of the initiatives to reduce air pollution in the Denver…
Backyard Electrical Safety
Memorial Day kicks off the summer season for many homeowners. And, chances are, this will be the beginning of many weekends spent barbecuing, enjoying a backyard swim or just doing…
spring home maintenance
After a long hard winter, spring is finally, hopefully, maybe even desperately, expected to arrive. And with it come thoughts of  that just might help throw off those winter blahs. Here…
How to Get Your Pool Ready for Summer
As spring turns to summer, it’s time to get your swimming pool ready for weekends filled with lounging, laughing and laps. Before you grab your towel and sunscreen, there are few…
Water conservation
Thousands of gallons–and lots of dollars–are likely wasted in your home each day. Help preserve planet Earth’s resources, and cut your water bill at the same time. Flush a toilet,…