So, you want to be a better recycler? But you have a lot of junk? The truth is that recycling and junk hauling can actually work together.
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.
There are any number of reasons for wanting to relocate your business. The current lease expires or you find a better deal elsewhere. Regardless of the reason, the task is still challenging for business owners and their staff. But proper planning can ease the transition.
Sometimes an office relocation is necessary. But moving all the equipment, files, and office furniture can be a daunting task. In fact, many businesses hire moving firms to take of everything. And no wonder!
When most people think of junk disposal they think of landfills. But junk hauling and junk disposal can actually be a big part of our recycling efforts if done correctly.
For most Americans, recycling is an accepted practice and a common fact of life. However, according to a joint study by Yale University and the EPA, Americans still recycle less than 22% of their discarded waste.
Spring is a great time to find new space for your office and relocating can bring a wealth of benefits. But moving office furniture and equipment can be a challenge.
No matter how much you plan, organize, and prepare, office relocation is still stressful. Aside from the phone and Internet changeover, there’s all the furniture removal for the old and broken furniture that has to be hauled off and moved. And no one really wants to deal with the heavy pieces.
It's that time of year when we wrap up business, close the books on the old year, and get ready for the new. And that can include cleaning up your offices.
The fall is a great time for cleaning and sprucing up your office or place of business. The weather is still good, but the heat has diminished, and the days are still relatively long. Preparing for the end of the year can involve much more than catching up on the books. And very few activities add to the sense of organization and efficiency than getting rid of old junk, broken furniture and unwanted equipment.
Face it: Your business creates a great deal of junk and junk removal is a pressing task. But it's a job that no one really wants to do.
One of the realities of life and business is that things accumulate, offices are sometimes re-arranged, and entire businesses sometimes relocate. And all these events can create a junk removal problem for business owners and others.
Spring has arrived again and it's always a great time for cleaning up not only your home, but your office or place of business.
You plan, organize, and prepare far in advance of your office relocation, but the process is still stressful.
New construction creates a fair amount of waste and debris. Remodeling, especially on a large project, produces its own kind of debris and trash that needs to be taken care of.