Frequently Asked Questions
What is Home Institute?
- Home Institute is a very straightforward website: we offer free information to your home-related subjects. The best way to explore our articles is to use the search box that is available at the top of every page. For further information, please visit our about us page
How can I contact Home Institute?
- We welcome your comments, questions and suggestions. There are a variety of ways to get in touch with us and all of them are described on our contact us page.
How can I make a topic suggestion?
- We welcome your topic suggestions. If you have a question that isn't already addressed on our site, please send it in. While we can't promise we'll address it, we'll certainly do our best. You can make a suggestion by selecting the "contact us" tab available in the header of every Home Institute page. If you provide us with your email address, we will let you know if your suggestion was accepted, and if so, we will email you when we've published the article.
How can I find articles on Home Institute?
- The easiest way to find what you are looking for is to use the search box that is available at the top of every page of our site. Just enter your search query and can click on the button next to the search box to see our full list of articles related to your query.
Who writes the articles for Home Institute?
- We have assembled a great team of researchers, writers, and editors to take on the huge task of clarifying home-related matters.
I found an error in an article; how should I notify you?
- We make every attempt to provide accurate information, but occassionally an error sneaks in. If you have discovered any type of problem with an article, we would greatly appreciate a notice. We have tried to make it as easy as possible to report errors; simply select the "contact us" option which can be found in the header of each article page. Please describe the article and the problem and send in your comment. We will then research the issue shortly, and edit as appropriate.
Can I link to Home Institute pages?
Can I copy Home Institute articles onto my website, blog or forum?
- No. All of our articles unless specifically labeled otherwise, are protected by copyright. You are not allowed to copy content without express written consent. If our articles are of interest to your website visitors, you are welcome to link to any of our pages.
Can I use Home Institute articles in an offline publication?
- We occassionaly grant permission for reprint-rights in offline publications, but such decisions are made on a case-by-case basis. If you are interested in reprinting any of our content in your publication, please contact us for more information.
What are the terms and conditions of using Home Institute?