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 Reaading

The Best Feature Upgrades for a Home Renovation

Thinking about a home renovation? Sometimes the hardest part is deciding where to begin and what area needs attention first. The good news is that there are plenty of small-to-mid-sized renovation projects out there that improve your home value and quality of life, without resulting in too much debris. Let’s go over a few of our… Read more »

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… Read more »

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…. Read more »

Things You Shouldn’t Put In The Recycling Bin

You care about the future of the planet. That is why you do everything possible to protect the environment. You turn off your lights and faucets to save electricity and water; you buy local products to lower your carbon footprint, and of course, you recycle. But did you know what you are tossing in your recycling bin may be… Read more »

Three Things You Should Never Do When Lifting

If you’ve ever had a backache, you know it can be one of the most painful and debilitating injuries, often putting you in a chair or in bed for days at a time. When you’re in the middle of a big remodeling project, such as gutting your kitchen or cleaning out a space in your home,… Read more »

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… Read more »

What Size Dumpster Should I Use for My Project?

Are you considering tackling a home renovation project by yourself this summer? Don’t forget to figure out how you are going to handle all of that construction debris. Most DIY homeowners don’t take the time to make plans for proper waste removal and leave the issue to the last minute. This often results in higher costs and a… Read more »

What are the Most Recycled Products in the United States?

In an ideal world, 100 percent of items that are recyclable will be sent back to the production and consumption cycle, reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills and the amount of new material needed to create goods. Since we’re not there yet, it’s important to look at where we’re succeeding and where we… Read more »

How to Repurpose a Bedroom Into Something Great

Your college kid is finally getting a job, or the new house you just bought came with an extra room. Either way, you have an enclosed space that you aren’t sure how to use. Here are some fantastic suggestions to turn that bedroom into something useful: