Size and share of the home improvement market

Pune, India, June 6, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global home improvement market size is expected to increase exponentially during the forecast period as homeowners focus on adding style, comfort and value to their living spaces. The global COVID-19 emergency had an undeniable impact on the market as customers looked to upgrade their homes to … Read more

Ask Eli: ideas for lowering your interest rate | ARLnow

Ask Eli: ideas for lowering your interest rate |  ARLnow

This regular sponsored Q&A column is written by Eli Tucker, an Arlington-based real estate agent and Arlington resident. Please email him your questions for response in future columns. For video summaries of some articles, see the Ask Eli, Live With Jean playlist on YouTube. Enjoy! Question: Are there any good ways to lower my interest … Read more

Living space: 5 DIY home improvement projects to try this summer | Housing and living outdoors

Living space: 5 DIY home improvement projects to try this summer |  Housing and living outdoors

Summer is a great time for home improvement projects and DIY updates around the home. Set aside some time (and money) this summer to give your home some TLC. Not only does it increase the overall value of your home, but small upgrades here and there can save you big bucks as well. While some … Read more

Buying Stocks: Looking for Value and Margin of Safety? 4 themes to invest in right now: Anshul Saigal

Buying Stocks: Looking for Value and Margin of Safety?  4 themes to invest in right now: Anshul Saigal

“From a 2-3-4 year perspective, defense can be one of the most important issues. Sugar is another area to jump into from a food and energy security perspective. On the energy side there is ethanol and on the food side there is sugar. The real estate sector is on the verge of starting. One can … Read more

For some researchers at PNNL, a little DIY is enough

Researchers Khadouja Harouaka (front), Isaac Arnquist and their colleagues at PNNL developed a simple and convenient alternative for the measurement of ultratrace uranium and thorium that will allow the high energy and nuclear physics communities to meet the growing demand for lower thresholds of radio contaminants.

Researchers Khadouja Harouaka (front), Isaac Arnquist and their colleagues at PNNL have developed a simple and convenient alternative for measuring ultra-trace uranium and thorium that will allow the high-energy and nuclear physics communities to meet the growing demand for lower levels meet radio contaminant limits. Andrea Starr | National Laboratory of the Pacific Northwest For … Read more