Homes of US Presidents
When you hear 'President of the United States' and 'house' in the same sentence, you most likely picture that big, white one on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. But before and after their stints in the White House, presidents have called a variety of architecture home, from colonials and ranch... more
DNA From Dust Reveals Bugs Lurking In Homes
Do you enjoy looking up at a centipede on your wall? Do you find spiders adorable? Unless you are an entomologist or in the small minority, the answer is probably no, and chances are you prefer to keep you home totally bug-free. Unfortunately, a new study conducted at North Carolina State University... more
Why Do We Move?
According to the U.S. Census Bureau the average American is projected to move 11.4 times in their lifetime. By the time someone reaches the age of 18 in the United States, they are predicted to have only moved roughly twice. Someone who has reached the age of 30 might have moved three tim... more