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5 Home Remodeling Projects For The Most ROI

Posted by Junk King on Nov 29, 2016 6:00:00 AM

With the real estate market still going strong, adding upgrades can increase the value of a home. But how do you know which remodeling projects to invest in?

There is certainly a difference of opinions even among the homebuying and remodeling experts. Take kitchens, for example: according to Matt Blashaw, host of DIY Network's Money Hunters, and Nicole Curtis, host of Rehab Addict, a bathroom ranks high on their list of "must-do" re-hab projects. Though, to be fair, they both discourage spending money on an all-out bathroom remodel

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, junk hauling, home remodeling, construction debris removal, house cleanouts

Deconstruction And Construction Debris Removal: A Greener Alternative

Posted by Junk King on Nov 3, 2016 9:15:02 PM

Every contractor and builder has to deal with construction debris removal. This is especially true if demolition is involved. But there are alternatives.

Demolition, the traditional approach to removing an existing structure, is often simpler, faster, and may times less expensive than deconstruction. The planning is easier and the task is straightforward: "Tear it down and haul it off."

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Topics: Landfills, outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, C&D waste

Keep Your Job Site Safe With Construction Waste Removal

Posted by Junk King on Nov 2, 2016 8:21:37 AM

No business owner wants to have their employees hurt or injured on the job. And when the jobs are hazardous, keeping workers safe becomes a priority. 

Construction is a field that can be hazardous and requires a high degree of safety. However, the idea that construction waste removal can help minimize the dangers might seem odd to many people. 

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Topics: outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, C&D waste, construction waste removal, safety

Why You Need To Consider Construction Debris Recycling

Posted by Junk King on Oct 28, 2016 8:21:18 AM

Getting rid of construction debris is an inescapable part of any construction project. Used to be you could simply haul it off somewhere and dump it. But those days are long gone.

With all of the local, state and federal regulations now in force, it is often illegal and certainly a far more complex operation. However, with  improved C & D (construction and demolition) waste best practices and the numerous benefits of construction debris recycling it is far easier to use the landfill as a last option.

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Topics: Recycling, construction debris removal, construction debris, construction recycling, C&D waste, concrete debris

Construction Debris Recycling: Being Green Is Easy

Posted by Junk King on Oct 18, 2016 8:12:52 AM

There are a number of good reasons to consider construction debris recycling. The fact is that a wide variety of waste materials can be effectively re-used and re-purposed. 

And the good news is this: being "green" can be easy.

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Topics: Green Junk Removal, construction debris removal, construction debris, construction recycling, concrete debris, concrete removal

Construction Debris Removal: 3 Options For Contractors

Posted by Junk King on Oct 11, 2016 7:19:11 AM

It's been said that there only two things you can be sure of in life: death and taxes. However, if you're a general contractor, you know that construction debris removal is also on that list!

Every construction project generates trash - garbage, debris and all types of building material waste - and all this has to be continually cleaned-up, hauled off and disposed of. Preferably in a professional and legal fashion. And the larger the job, the greater the quantity of waste. 

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Topics: outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction debris, construction recycling, construction waste removal

Construction Debris Recycling Works

Posted by Junk King on Sep 15, 2016 7:39:11 AM

Construction debris can have a second life apart from simply ending up in a landfill. The possibilities for old building materials are numerous, and so are the benefits to the planet.

It’s always a good practice to keep any material out of the landfill, if possible, and there are a number of good reasons for construction debris recycling. For example, a wide variety of waste materials can be effectively re-used and re-purposed.

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Topics: Landfills, construction debris removal, construction debris, construction recycling, C&D waste, concrete debris

Construction Waste Removal: Why Outsourcing Is The Professional Option

Posted by Junk King on Aug 2, 2016 7:27:46 AM

Construction sites not only produce new structures, they also produce large amounts of construction waste. The problem is how to best deal with the waste.

 

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Topics: junk hauling, Landfills, Professional Haulers, Hazardous Waste, outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, construction waste removal

Recycling: A Concrete Solution For Concrete Debris Removal

Posted by Junk King on Jul 21, 2016 8:07:18 AM

Contractors know that concrete debris removal is never an easy task. But finding an alternative solution can be.

A jackhammer can break up concrete, but what do you do with the debris? 

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Topics: outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, construction waste removal, concrete debris, concrete removal

How Construction Debris Disposal Can Pay Off

Posted by Junk King on Jun 28, 2016 6:30:00 AM

One of the never-ending, most un-glamorous, and non-revenue generating tasks in every construction job is construction debris disposal.

The truth is that getting rid of the trash is a job that has to be done, takes time to get it done, and costs money without adding any profit.

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Topics: junk hauling, outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction debris, C&D waste

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