A good couch can make your living room pop. It provides both comfort and style. Similarly, a worn-out couch detracts from your overall decor. The popularity of a couch or sofa makes it the most likely piece of furniture to wear down and get damaged. Due to its size, it's also a bear to remove.
Christmas can mean wonderful things for people and, for many, it will mean new, bigger flat screen TVs! But what do you do with the old TV?
There are still a number of REOs, bank-owned properties and foreclosures coming onto the market. And this often means that foreclosure cleanouts are needed.
A foreclosure cleanout is often a great deal of work. In addition to simply cleaning the house and the property, there is often abandoned furniture and trash that must be gotten rid of.
Recycling is something we are all familiar with and even practice for the most part. But, as a society, there is much more we can do to minimize the waste going into landfills.
Getting your house and your property ready for the winter weather is one of the more challenging tasks for many homeowner. Especially since, in many parts of the country, this means getting for some brutal weather that brings heavy snow and long freezes.
Many times, when homeowners move they find that there are items they’ve decided not to keep or take with them. So, the question then is what to do with those otherwise valuable items?
Everyone is aware of the dangers of identity theft and the increase in cyber crime. But did you know that what you have in your household junk and waste can be a goldmine for identity thieves?
How bad is it?