START THE FALL OFF RIGHT
With school back in session, fall activities gearing up, and the holidays (YIKES!) only a few calendar pages away, the start of fall can be a hectic time for many households, especially those with multiple children.
It’s the middle of July, which means we’ve entered peak summer barbeque season. It’s a great time to get outside, throw some food over the charcoals, and socialize while dinner simmers.
But if you’re looking to perfect the act of hosting a barbecue, you’ll need more than citronella candles and a festive tablecloth. Keep these steps in mind before you send out the invitations.
In addition to fireworks, grilling, and summer vacations, July represents an excellent time to consider the Major League Baseball standings.
As a homeowner you want your property and outdoor area to be attractive and unique. But the fact is that many outdoor improvements can be costly. The good news is that there are low-cost ways to beautify your landscape.
We live in a DIY world. This is apparent from the glut of DIY programs on TV and on the Internet. People like to do what they can themselves because of the pride of accomplishment - and the cost savings! The great thing about your yard and outdoor area is that there is so much you can do yourself to add to it.
What better time is there to embark on a project around the house than in the summer? The clear, warm weather can be a motivating factor on its own, but the longer days also means it's easier to accomplish more. Perhaps you've decided to start a home renovation project, or maybe your concerns lie outdoors. Is it time to remove old trees and foliage to make way for a new garden project? Whatever your plans may be, working out the logistics of how to accomplish what you want is important. For example, you'll likely face a need to dispose of at least a moderate amount of debris and refuse. How can you get rid of it all when your regular garbage pickup doesn't suffice? Ordering a dumpster can often be the right way to go.
Businesses often find that they have to relocate to larger, or more cost-effective locations. Other times it's simply a matter of wanting a better office or shop environment. Either way, it involves moving everything and that can be a challenge.
No matter how many times your business may have moved in the past, it is still a complicated and labor-intensive task. And if you've never moved before, it can also be overwhelming and stressful. Fortunately, there are a number of tried-and-true tips to make your office relocation go much smoother.
Summer is here, and that means plenty of good weather and some additional free time to take care of important tasks around the house. Maybe you did some spring cleaning on the inside of your home, but what about the exterior? After spring rains leave, the summer sun can kick the growth of greenery into high gear. Is it time to set aside a few days and do some heavy-duty yard work around the house, or are you thinking about clearing out more junk from inside your home? When you're ready to tackle the big task of cleaning up during the summer, consider how a yard dumpster can make the job easier for you.
Are you in the middle of planning a garage cleanup? If so, you might be weighing your options for junk removal. Do you want to handle things on your own, with garbage bags, donation piles, and recycling bins full of stuff you don’t want anymore? Or would you be able to accomplish all your cleanup goals more quickly and efficiently by going the garage dumpster rentals route?
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Getting rid of old appliances can be a huge chore. And your kitchen stove or oven can be some of the worst to deal with. But if you're upgrading to new appliances, what do you do with the old ones?
Imagine you are trying to lift your kitchen oven. Even if you could get your arms around it, how much weight are we talking about? Well, according to one source, the average 24 to 30 inch convection oven weighs about 130 pounds. And a double convection oven can weigh much over double that!