So you're deep into spring cleaning and realized that your trusty, old hot tub is becoming just "old" and not so trusty. And you've decided to upgrade. That's great! But what do you do with the old unit?
While you may be one of those people who like to use their hot tub in the cold, winter months, odds are spring and summer are your "heavy use" seasons. And if you've decided to get a new model to replace your old hot tub that's been around for years, you have big task.
When you find yourself facing a large clean out or junk hauling job, what do you do? One of your options is to rent a MINI dumpster. And there are five good reasons to do so.
Okay. So there are really more than five good reasons, but for the purpose of this post we want to focus on the top five.
When the rain (and snow) lets up, your spring cleaning projects start beckoning. While most people tend to think of cleaning their indoors, your home's outdoors can use sprucing up, as well.
There is often much more to revitalizing your property than simply mowing and trimming the grass and taking care of all the leaves you still need to rake up. It may include pruning tress, shrubs, roses and other flowers. In addition, it may involve clearing out overgrown areas and even replacing some plants and yard decor.
A cleanout of a foreclosed home can be a tough project. Not only is there cleaning, but there can be abandoned property and trash that must be disposed of.
The real estate market has seen significant improvement over the last few years and the overall number of foreclosures have dropped more than 40% over last year. However, there are still active foreclosures taking place across the U.S.
There are times when you need something more than a trash bin for your junk removal, and a commercial dumpster can be too much. But there's an alternative!
You're launching into a big project that's either going to create a lot of debris, or you simply need to get rid of a huge amount of junk. Either way, you know you can't just toss it into your residential trash bin. The fact is, you need something bigger.
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.
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.
If you're a business owner, real estate professional, or homeowner you'll need junk disposal sometime. And that's when it pays to know about garbage removal services and debris hauling.
It seems that there are times when circumstances dictate that major clean outs or moves must be made and one of the results is the need for junk removal. From garage clean outs to mattress removal, trash removal to debris from a major construction site, people end up with debris hauling jobs of all sizes and shapes.
For most homes, the garage is often a built-in storage unit. The problem is that the items that we store often end up just becoming junk that we need to get rid of.
The truth is that for many of us, the family garage is just a place to pile up our stuff. In fact, it's been estimated that less than 20 percent of homeowners and renters in the United States use their garages to park their cars in. This is not because we prefer to keep our cars parked out in the elements during the day and overnight. It's because most of us have no room in our garages for a car, let alone two!