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Contact Better Homes & Gardens: Find below customer service details of Better Homes & Gardens, US, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the magazine. Reach the customer service below for support, complaints or feedback.

Head Office
Meredith Corporation
1716 Locust Street
Des Moines, IA 50309-3023
United States

Customer Service
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +1 800 374 4244
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About Better Homes & Gardens
Better Homes & Gardens is an American magazine focused on home decor, crafts and gardening. First launched in 1922, the magazine prints 12 issues a year and boasts of reaching more than 8 million readers. Based out of Des Moines, Iowa, the magazine is a sub-brand of Meredith Corporation.

You can book a print subscription on the website. The monthly print copy can be subscribed using major Visa, MasterCard or American Express cards. All magazine subscriptions will automatically renew annually. The first issue mails in 3-6 weeks. You also the option to subscribe to Martha Stewart Living and Taste of Home, along with the publication on home and gardening. Note that you can sign into your account any time to view your current subscription or cancel renewal.

Designers and DIY decorators will find the website to be a treasure trove, with an assortment of tips, information and inspiration. You will find recipes, home decorating ideas, home improvement ideas, and gardening tips. For decoration ideas during holidays like Christmas, New Year and Easter, visitors can explore the Holidays section.

The articles and how-to resources carry high quality pictures, tools and steps to perform a project. There are also hundreds of videos with home and garden hacks that you can perform yourself. The videos include recipes that you can cook at home. Get decorating tips and videos delivered to your inbox subscribing to free newsletter.

Better Homes & Gardens also operates an e-store section where you can purchase a wide range of products. The catalog includes sofas, area rugs, bedroom sets, bath linens, shoe racks, table lamps, dinnerware sets, cookware sets, coffee mugs, decorative pillows, home appliances, storage items, lighting, garden supplies, dining chairs, ovens, and wall art. The product pages contain information of the brand, the specifications and price. You can also filter items by a number of parameters.

Need help with repair and installation? You can get free quotes from local pros on the website. The service is absolutely free. You can compare quotes from local contractors and get your work performed in a swift manner. You can find a local service professional for carpentry, construction, renovation, garden care, home restoration, exterior improvements, plumbing, painting, electrical work or landscaping services. For more information or queries on renewals, payment, cancellation, or others, reach the Better Homes & Gardens support.

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4 Comments

  1. I purchased your 7×10 ft. outdoor carpet at Walmart. Why in the world would you sew and glue a label so large on the carpet, I took me over a half an hour to get this off. Now I have torn threads on my new carpet, because it was sewn so tight. Very FRUSTRATING!!

  2. Tomarro Wilson Reply

    Hello
    I purchased two of your better home and gardens candle. The rainy spring day 17oz and the lemon basil 17oz.
    What a waste of money. Each was $5.97 plus tax. The scent can only be smelled while the candles aren’t lit and you hold to your nose. I have purchased many of candles from Walmart and Target as well as Bath&body Works but never had such a bad experience as I did on Saturday. After burning each candle for over a hour nothing of the aroma I had envisioned nothing at all actually. I don’t know how your candles are made but it’s time to go back to the basics. I would like a refund because I enjoy most of your products just not this one.
    Please feel free to contact me via email about this issue.

    Sincerely
    A loyal and honest customer
    Mrs. Wilson

  3. Steve Burgh Reply

    I am sick and tired of TV shows giving the public incorrect information.
    In the aired show 12/07/19 in Brisbane that fool carpenter showed how to build a letter box using marine ply as the base. HOW WRONG THAT IS. It is call marine ply because of solid ply core not because it is waterproof. Marine ply is made from low external durability timber and will rot. Marine ply when used on boats are covered with fibreglass making it waterproof. The fool carpenter should be using H3/H4 treated plywood to stop rot.
    Do the research, ring the Plywood association, whatever but don’t air a fool carpenter giving the wrong information.
    People like myself (a real carpenter) are constantly fixing the handyman jobs that go wrong because they watched Better homes/ The block and others who do not research correctly and take the word of a fool carpenter.

  4. Kathleen Murphy Reply

    Why is it impossible to make an address change on my subscription online? I am trying to do this so I will not miss any issues. This has been frustrating to say the least!

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