New Orleans is a city of old housing stock. Here are some tips to keep your house – and your family – healthy.
Five years after Katrina, where is opportunity knocking for new construction and renovation?
Adding on to your home is one of the most rewarding things you can do –– and one of the most challenging.
No white baseboards? Peach-hued ceilings? Colorist Mary Cooper offers some unusual suggestions for interior color that will add life to your home.
Depending on your location, location, location, appropriate renovations can bring big returns when you sell your home.
New Orleanians are known for great hospitality, but even we have to draw the line at welcoming rats, bats and foxes into our home.
From code issues to color choices, there are a lot of things to keep in mind when your sidewalk or driveway needs replacing.
Conventional wisdom used to say floors of New Orleans homes shouldn’t be insulated. As people rebuild, conventional wisdom is changing.
Falling in love with a historic home can be an intense experience. A few simple tips can keep you from ending up with a broken heart and an empty wallet.