When we think of renting a dumpster, we don’t often consider it an everyday experience or even an ordinary one. However, the need to arrange for residential dumpster rental is much more routine than many people realize. How can this be? It’s simple: many people struggle with tasks that would be much easier if they just rented a dumpster to help them take care of the waste that those functions produce.
Topics: Residential Junk Removal
Junk removal and recycling are not usually thought of as being the same thing. But with the right choices you can do both at the same time.
In America, we often talk about recycling and "being green." However, there is still a great deal of room for more improvement in the U.S. In fact, based on a joint study by Yale University and the EPA, the U.S. recycles less than 22% of its discarded materials.
Every homeowner and business owner finds that they need to improve their storage organization. But that can be a challenging project without proper planning.
[This post has been updated and enlarged from an original post published in May 2016. ]
We hear about identity theft all the time now and people try to take precautions. But did you know that your household belongings are a prime source for personal information?
You might think your household trash is protected, but the truth is that people can legally dig through your garbage. Now, with the recycling bins that are standard in most residential areas, all the paper trash, including old bills, statements and receipts, all end up in one place. And there is little you can do to prevent someone from rifling through your recycle bin.
The week of October 8, 2017 saw the unprecedented destruction of almost 7,000 structures, mostly homes. The massive cleanup will take months and mostly by experts.
The temptation for many homeowners who lost their houses will be to go in and begin cleaning up and re-building. But this is not a job they will be allowed to do, unfortunately. Officials noted that both federal and state agencies are planning post-fire cleanup in the seven hardest hit Northern California counties.
With fall weather starting it makes sense to get ready for winter. Along with junk hauling you should properly winterize your home.
Getting your home and property ready for the rigors of winter weather is one of the chores that many homeowners find challenging. In many parts of the country, this means preparing for rain and an occasional freeze. But other locales must prepare for some harsh weather including heavy snow and long freezes.
There are times in many people's lives when they need to downsize - or simply choose to. The challenge is often deciding what to keep, what to lose, and how to get rid of junk.
There is a recent movement in the United States towards shedding material things and reducing one’s “footprint” on a number of levels. For some this can mean simply getting rid of excess belongings. For others, it can mean more than just an effort to declutter your life.
We typically associate estate sales with the passing of loved ones. Or the unfortunate situations where there is no family to inherit an estate. But did you know you can auction off much of your own estate now?
[This post has been update and revised from a previous post published November 2016]
Sometimes you have projects that require a dumpster for your junk removal. But renting a commercial-sized dumpster is not your only option.
Whether you are in the midst of a major home clean out, getting ready for a big office move, or up to your neck in remodeling or renovation debris, there are times when the trash is more than you can manage. You could have it picked up repeatedly, but that can be costly and time consuming.
Fall is just a few weeks away and it's a great time to prepare your landscaping for the winter. And that means debris removal will need to be done.
During this time of year most homeowner are simply looking forward to no more mowing! And there's a good chance that you’ve already put the lawn mower away. For many folks, fall is a time to get ready for the holidays and enjoy the waning days before the rain and cold sets in.