Summertime is a great time for homeowners to make outdoor improvements. But it also means taking care of outdoor junk disposal.
If you're like most homeowners in America, you probably have a lot of old stuff lying around or crammed into storage sheds or in backyard corners somewhere. It might be old tools and lawn equipment, an old satellite dish that's no longer being used, or even a broken hot tub.
So, how do you get rid of this stuff?
There are few backyard projects as challenging as getting rid of an old hot tub. If you're replacing yours, then it helps to know how to remove a hot tub easily.
There are times when your yards and other outdoor property need a major clean up. One of the results of this cleaning can be large amounts of debris and junk that needs to be disposed of properly. And that's where recycling comes in.
When most folks think of "yard waste" they don't think about lawn clippings and leaves in terms of benefits and cost savings. But they should.
Spring is here and everyone loves a nice backyard area for barbecues, pool parties or just to kick back and relax in - especially when it's spiffy clean!
It may only be early Spring now, but Summer is coming. And so is all the yard waste that arrives along with the season - better be ready!
While some homeowners might look with a bit of envy on that large lot with the expansive lawn, a large area can be hard to keep up. Here's how.
After the excitement of your new landscaping project wears off you might be dreading having to get rid of all the yard waste you've created.