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  • 'Lucky bamboo' may be lucky, but it's not bamboo

    The New Year is still young so let's continue to welcome it in — with some lucky bamboo.

  • Around the House: Check the location of your doorbell transformer

    Dear Ken: When I flush a toilet or run the dishwasher, a little water comes up through the basement shower drain. What do you think is wrong here? Brian

  • Free antique appraisals and host of HGTV's 'Room Crashers' at Springs Home and Landscaping Show

    Longtime antique appraiser Michael Amosson once helped a man earn $335,000 for a stack of 150 old letters bearing signatures of the major generals of the Civil War. The man thought they were worth about $5,000. "It was life changing," Amosson says. "He had no idea what he had. I've talked to him on the phone a couple times since then, and he...

  • Ask a Designer: improving the kitchen in small (or big) ways

    Another holiday season has passed, and with it the marathon cooking and baking sessions. The hours spent using every kitchen appliance and inch of counter space had a potential benefit more lasting than a good meal: When we really use our kitchens, we discover what does and doesn't work in this very important room.

  • Get your garden off to an early start by seeding indoors

    There are good reasons to start some vegetable plants indoors, from seed. Plants that have a long growing season must be started prior to summer. Examples include tomatoes¸ peppers, eggplants, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower.

  • Around the House: Clean Out Dryer Vents Regularly

    I think I need to clean out my dryer vent. What’s the most efficient way to do this?

  • Voice of the Consumer: sewer backup protection

    I heard from a couple of people last week who received mailers from companies that sell sewer backup repair plans. They wanted to know if they need that kind of protection and, if so, what businesses are best. It's an important issue and something every homeowner should consider. Yes, you want to make sure you're covered if the sanitary...

  • Test for deadly gas common to Colorado Springs area

    Radon - a gas second only to cigarette smoke in its ability to cause lung cancer - can't be seen, smelled or tasted. But now might be the perfect time to detect it. Colorado public health officials are urging residents this month to test for the noxious gas, which exists at high levels across Colorado and, in particular, the Pikes Peak...


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