If you have big plans for the new year that include renovating or some major spring cleaning, then you also need to plan for some major junk hauling.
People across the country are getting in trouble for letting junk pile up on their property and failing to order old furniture pick-up.
The days of the traditional wood deck built with sixteen penny nails and swinging hammers haven't disappeared completely. But the options for building materials has grown tremendously and offer exciting possibilities.
It used to be that an affordable deck was built with treated wood of some type. For those with a bigger budget, a redwood deck was the way to go. However, once the movement towards an "outdoor living" lifestyle began to become more popular, deck designs evolved as did the need for more versatile, longer-lasting materials.
Junk removal and junk hauling can be a pain. Especially if you have a large project or lot of junk. In those cases, a MINI Dumpster can be a perfect solution. But it comes in handy for more than just getting rid of junk!
Homeowners don't always consider renting a dumpster for their own junk removal needs. For most folks, the picture of a giant, beat-up steel container sitting in front of their home is not appealing. Besides, how would you get one and is it even affordable?
Homeowners who enjoy DIY projects like renovating or remodeling should be aware of the potential hazards in the debris they accumulate. Aside from nails and shards, it could even contain hazardous materials.
Your average DIY home improvement projects can actually require using materials that are considered "hazardous." In fact, many of the common building materials you work with in a remodeling project can have potentially dangerous components in them.
When homeowners are looking to put their houses on the market, it can often pay to do more than simply spruce up the place. Upgrades and renovations can be costly, but certain projects will bring back all or most of that cost in increased resale value.
Whether you hire a residential contractor or decide to go the do-it-yourself route, minor renovation projects to your home can be worthwhile investments. The prospects for your home improvements run the gamut from new front doors to landscape makeovers. The key is determine not only which projects are most needed for your house, but which ones will bring the maximum return on investment.
You may have a number of projects waiting to be done around your house and yard. And they might create large amounts of trash and debris. So, how will you get rid of it all?
You can haul it all out yourself. If you have a truck, or access to one, you can load the trash, junk and debris and take it to the local landfill. If you have one. And then you can unload it all yourself, pay the fees, and maybe do this a number of times until the job is complete.
If you are thinking of remodeling your kitchen you probably want to do be at the forefront of design trends. What are the top trends experts see for 2018?
With the anticipation of spring weather and the start of a new year, many homeowners dream of remodeling their living spaces. But choosing the right contractor can be difficult.
[This is an updated version of an earlier post from 2017]
A rolloff dumpster service is a smart option to consider if you are in the midst of a move, a renovation, or a major cleanout. From homes to offices to storage units, having a dumpster right outside your door is extremely helpful if you need to dispose of construction debris, broken down appliances, or other junk you don’t want. As with anything else, though, you might have some unrealistic or skewed expectations if you are about to rent a dumpster for the first time. Below, we’ve tried to break down some of the most common expectations about rolloff dumpster services—as well as the realities behind them.