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.
So you've finished your spring cleaning project, gotten rid of clothes and other stuff, and you're ready to redecorate. But how do you get rid of old furniture?
[This post was previously published in July 2016 and has been updated]
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.
Most people think of their yard or garage at home when they think of 'spring cleaning.' But businesses can benefit from spring cleaning, as well.
Spring is here again and homeowners traditionally launch into their spring cleaning projects now that the weather is better. But, not only is spring a great time for cleaning up your home, it's a great time to clean up your office or place of business.
If you’ve been doing some spring cleaning you probably have piles of excess stuff, junk and things you just don’t want or need. But junk removal can be more than just simply throwing everything away.
Spring is almost here and your yard and property is waiting to be spruced up and revitalized. But what do you do with your old lawn equipment and tools?
So what does recycling have to do with cleaning your yard and landscaping? Aside from new life as mulch for your trimmings, it can mean new life for old tools and equipment.
It's getting close to spring and there is more to "spring cleaning" than just sprucing up the inside of your home. As a homeowner, you will always be investing in your house and, most often, your yard and landscaping. And these means that having the proper tools and equipment is essential.
Spring is almost here and, for many, the weather is already great for cleaning and decluttering. But it helps to have a plan to make your project go smoothly.
Having a home means, among other things, dealing with clutter. And it seems that the longer you live in a place, the more disorganized and cluttered your space can become. Eventually, it becomes time for some cleaning out and some junk removal.
Being human means having a natural tendency to accumulate things. And it's not just true for homes. Businesses tend to do this as much as do typical households. But a big problem for many of these homes and businesses is figuring out how to best organize their existing storage areas.
Tips for Organizing Storage, Decluttering and Junk Removal
Organizing and decluttering your storage areas is not always easy. In fact, for many it can become overwhelming. Trying fit your excess things into storage closets and back rooms can feel like you're playing Tetris® with constantly rearranging and stacking stuff.
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.