Tips for Disposing After a Disaster

Tips for Disposing After a Disaster

The media is full of coverage about the debris inundating homes, streets, and stores; and rightly so, for it directly impacts the well-being of the residents of the area. But homeowners are not the only ones dealing with damaged buildings, downed trees, and spilled hazardous materials. Office buildings, parks, retail stores, and construction sites also need to be cleared so that everyday life can resume. Whether you are a homeowner, landlord, property manager, construction site manager, or store owner, the faster you can dispose of the remnants of a natural disaster, the better, and the following suggestions can make recovery safer and faster. Continue Reading

How to Clean Your Garbage Cans

Our home trash cans have to deal with a lot of…well, trash. And it doesn’t take too many leftover chicken bits and old orange peels before the cans themselves start to smell. That can be a serious annoyance in your kitchen or garage, which is why it’s a good idea to clean your trash cans… Continue Reading

How to Make Money Recycling

Recycling is good for the environment, can help out your city, and creates a supply of valuable resources for many industries – but did you know that it can also make you some money? The effort you put into recycling can pay off with some quick cash, as long as you know what you’re doing.… Continue Reading

How to Hire a Good General Contractor for Your Remodel

Finding a reliable contractor for a home renovation project can be more difficult than the project itself. Choosing the right general contractor who can handle a variety of construction situations can be the difference between a successful home renovation and a complete disaster. Here are some helpful tips to help you find the right contractor who… Continue Reading