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It's Not Too Early To Prep For Your Spring Cleaning Projects

Posted by Junk King on Feb 3, 2023 5:00:00 AM

 

[This article was originally published in February 2018 and has been updated and revised.]

In some places the snow and rain is still coming down. But, for many others, the weather is already changing and it's time to plan for spring cleaning projects.

Of course, regardless of the weather or temperatures, cleaning up can mean having piles of junk and debris to get rid of afterwards. So, what do you do with that in winter?

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, storm cleanup, junk hauling, Spring Cleaning, Business Junk Removal, landscaping debris, garage cleanup

Fall Landscaping And Yard Waste Removal

Posted by Junk King on Oct 24, 2022 10:30:00 AM

[This article was originally published in October 2020 and has been updated and revised.]

It's not unusual to think of spring as the time for landscaping projects and the yard debris removal that entails. But early fall is actually a better time for it.

And, unlike summer months, for example, the weather is nicer and the harshness of winter hasn't quite taken hold. That means both homeowners and their landscaping elements fare better.

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Topics: Residential Junk Removal, Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, yard waste disposal, outdoor cleaning

When Your Backyard Fence Can No Longer Stand Up

Posted by Junk King on Oct 12, 2022 5:00:00 AM

[This article was originally published in September 2021. It has been revised and expanded.]

Not every homeowner has a backyard fence. But those that do know the pain of seeing their fence slowly age, sag, and eventually give way. Even fences fail.

For some of us, one more harsh winter may be the last winter for our backyard fencing. So, what do you with it all if you have to replace it?

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Topics: Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, backyard, wood debris removal, old fencing removal

Green Landscaping Using Less Water

Posted by Junk King on Sep 30, 2022 5:00:00 AM

It's no secret to anyone living west of the Mississippi that we are in a major drought and have been for years. Which means using less water is a priority.

For those with lawns, shrubbery, and flower gardens, this is both a burden and a challenge. The good news is that there is a viable option.

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Topics: Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, landscaping, low water lawn, hardscaping, water conservation, water wise, xeriscaping

Fall Lawn And Yard Preparation: Are You Ready?

Posted by Junk King on Sep 21, 2022 8:00:00 AM

[This article was originally published August 2020 and has been revised and updated.]

Fall is officially just a few days away. And one of the best things about fall is that it's a great time for lawn and yard preparation before winter comes.

But it also can mean a great deal of yard waste removal and landscaping debris to be gotten rid of.

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Topics: Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, lawn debris, yard waste, yard waste disposl, lawnmower removal, lawn care, organic waste

Water-Wise Water Features For Your Outdoor Space

Posted by Junk King on Aug 15, 2022 5:00:00 AM

 

Nothing soothes and relaxes quite like the rippling sound of water. And you can create this outdoor ambience with a green and water-wise water feature.

In a time of wide-ranging drought, the idea of an outdoor water feature may seem a bit odd or even irresponsible. But low water use technology and designs can make it possible and can add to your home's aesthetic appeal.

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Topics: landscaping debris, low water lawn, hardscaping, backyard entertaining, water conservation, water wise

When You Need Junk Removal Service At Your Speed

Posted by Junk King on Aug 5, 2022 5:00:00 AM

 

Sometimes you need your junk removed quickly and as soon as possible. But there are times you need a few days to get your junk together as you finish a project. 

Having the time and the space to gather up junk and debris as it is generated and a place to put it all can be a huge benefit for many cleanup projects.

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Topics: dumpster rental, storm cleanup, home remodeling, landscaping debris, roll off dumpster, rented dumpster, home renovation, garage cleanup, rental dumpster

Landscaping Projects Mean Yard Waste And Debris

Posted by Junk King on Jun 27, 2022 5:00:00 AM

[This post was originally published in March 2019, and has been revised, expanded, and updated.]

Your new yard looks great! But now that the excitement of your improved landscaping has waned you still have to get rid of the yard waste you've created.

And the more ambitious and wide-ranging your landscaping project is, the larger the piles of organic waste and other types of yard debris. So, what do you do with it all now?

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Topics: Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, DIY projects, yard waste, yard waste disposal, organic waste

Being Green With Less Green: A New Look For Your Lawns

Posted by Junk King on Jun 20, 2022 5:00:00 AM

Yard cleanup and yard waste disposal can be a pain. But with a green, low-water, drought-resistant yard your cleanup is minimal - as is your yard waste.

And you'll be helping the planet and yourself by reducing your water usage, minimizing the use of fertilizers and pesticides, and mowing.

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Topics: Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, yard waste disposal, drought resistant, low water lawn, hardscaping

When New Landscaping For Spring Means Low Water Design

Posted by Junk King on Apr 27, 2022 5:00:00 AM

The drought conditions in the US have not improved and water restrictions are looming, which is why having a low water yard is more important than ever.

Oftentimes this means removing some or most of your lawn and existing plants so they can be replaced with hardscape elements and low water grasses and shrubs. And that can mean a large amount of yard waste to get rid of.

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Topics: Yard Waste Removal, landscaping debris, yard waste disposal, drought resistant, low water lawn, hardscaping

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