Recent survey results released by The Idea Home Show report that 76% of families chose home products that feature technological functions, and with the amount of people who bought technological kitchenware on the rise we are taking a look at 2015's latest kitchen gadgets.
From this year's must have The Spiralizer to an exclusive look at a gadget that will keep the food in your fridge fresher for longer, Pollyanna Woodward will take us through the best on the market.
Are you having problems training your pet? Do you have a peeing puppy, unruly rabbit, chaotic cat or maybe a paranoid parrot? Are you desperate for some tips on how to calm them down, or stop them destroying everything in sight? We want to hear from you!
Crufts begins in just a few days but if your animal isn't behaving like a thoroughbred, animal behaviour expert Stan Rawlinson is here to take your calls and offer advice...
Crufts, the world's largest dog show, returns this Thursday at the NEC in Birmingham. Over 25,000 dogs will attend the show, with the grand final revealing who has been crowned Best In Show.
There's also lots of fun to be had in other categories of the competition and today we are joined by three Crufts competitors and their owners to demonstrate Dog Agility, The Tunnel of Temptation and Heelwork to Music - or doggy dancing!
Despite living through the toughest times that some of the UK's home buyers have ever known, latest figures show mortgage lending has gone up, and its first-time buyers who are driving the rise.
Buying a house for the first time is a huge commitment and for many, an incredibly confusing process. Louisa Fletcher is here today with some VERY important advice for first-time buyers, parents and co-buyers.
Are you a first time buyer looking to get your foot on the property ladder? Are you confused by 'Help to Buy' schemes or struggling to come up with a large deposit? Maybe you're a parent wanting to help your child but don't know the best way to do this or you're buying with friends and want advice?
Whatever your first time buyer problem, we want to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We need your emails by Monday 23rd February. Don't forget to include your name, telephone number and problem. You must be 18 or over.
For 90 years the Good Housekeeping Institute has been testing every product or recipe designed for the home - then testing it again.
From TV's and toasters to hair straighteners and strawberry jam, GHI experts test out on average 1000 products each year to help consumers make savvy buying decisions and now - we're going to share that knowledge!
Today we're starting in the hub of every home - the kitchen. According to a recent survey for Lloyds Bank, home-owners spend £413 on kitchen gadgets each year so consumer expert Alice Beer is here to tell us which kettles, toasters and juicers are the best bang for your money.
We asked to see your upcycling photos - and did you deliver! There's gold in that there old furniture, and here's how you revealed it...