Home remodeling is a $400 billion industry, with about 1.123 million new single-family homes built in the United States last year, and experts say that both figures are on the rise. This growth requires billions of tons of concrete, steel, drywall, and other building materials, all of which require a
Autumn is just around the corner, which means your kitchen is about to go into overdrive. We’re inching closer to the holiday season, and it’s about time you took a look at your cooking space and ask: Does it appear a little worse for wear? Maybe it isn’t set up
MORE than one in five homeowners admit they have no idea how to spot a rogue tradesperson.
A study of 2,000 adults has found a whopping 49 percent don’t know how to tell if they are verified or not.
Of all the various animal proteins, chicken is perhaps the least complicated to cook. Sure, there are chicken-centric recipes that can benefit greatly from the skills of a professional chef. But compared to the intricate cooking times of, say, red meat, or the often-delicate nature of fish and seafood, cooking
According to Brenda Gjelsness, senior adviser, attendance of senior fitness classes at Choice Health & Fitness is starting to look like it did pre-COVID. She says water aerobics classes are almost full every day, while group fitness classes have been slower to regain attendance numbers seen before the pandemic.
In recent years, companies have stepped outside the boundaries of traditional benefits to offer new perks such as flexible schedules, covered tech expenses and even paid gym memberships. Helping your team members maintain good physical health can be beneficial for both them and the company; but what about their financial
It’s a Catch-22 homeowners are all too familiar with: Remodeling your outdated kitchen is almost certain to pay off big when you sell—but the actual makeover takes big bucks.
Is there any way to make a huge change without all the expense? Well, believe it or not, you can give
On day two after Hurricane Ida tore through the region, more people began trying to refresh their supplies of food, water, ice. They found many people from the New Orleans area hospitality community stepping up to try to still serve them in different ways. Here is what I found around
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Although some companies are returning to in-office work, many organizations are opting to permanently implement a remote or hybrid work model. While remote work can improve a company’s financial situation through savings on office space, increased employee productivity and other benefits, businesses have to make sure they carefully review their