Q: Ed: I live in a condo with common water feed lines. I’ve been thinking about installing a filter setup for my cooking and bottle water. Even though I’m on a group water feed system, is it possible to install a private water filter in my unit? — B.D., Rhode Island
Sometimes you can’t hire a pro to handle a job, or it’s a small thing you can handle yourself. Whatever the case, all well-prepared homes should be equipped with the basics to handle the kind of everyday tasks that can come up.
A Manchester landlord has agreed to pay a $15,700 penalty stemming from violations related to lead paint issues with one of his residential rental properties, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said.
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose unexpectedly in October to the highest level since the start of the year, pointing to healthy demand as more buyers take advantage of stronger job growth and low mortgage rates.
Q: Ed: I have a toilet from the 1970s I have to replace, and the color has been discontinued. The sink and tub are also the same color as the toilet but will stay in place. My problem is I cannot find a new toilet that matches my color. Any ideas? — Luke, Utah
Lighting is an important part of any home and can make or break a well-designed room in the flip of a switch. I realized the other week after receiving an email from a reader that I have not touched on this important (and sometimes tricky) topic in quite a while.