Items From Your Garage That You Can Probably Throw Out

Posted on: 5 August 2016
For many homeowners, the garage becomes a place in which unwanted items are jettisoned. Over time, this can mean that your garage becomes highly cluttered to the point that you can hardly fit a bicycle or lawnmower in it, much less an actual vehicle. This isn't to say that everything in your garage is worth being thrown out, but there are likely some things that you can part with. Before the next garbage day, pledge to fill a garbage can with unneeded items from your garage — and then repeat this approach each week until the space is much more manageable.
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3 Ways To Protect Your Rental Home While It's Occupied

Posted on: 5 August 2016
Being a landlord offers a variety of benefits to take advantage of such as having the opportunity to work as your own boss. But it's important to make sure that your rental home stays in optimal condition while it's being occupied, so your profits don't end up having to be spent on cleanup and repairs between tenants. Here are three things you can do to protect your rental home while it's being occupied:
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Use Leftover Construction Material To Make Items For Your House

Posted on: 28 January 2016
There is usually a good amount of leftover materials after most construction jobs. These materials are sometimes wasted by being added to a landfill or left as a heap of junk that is an eyesore and a breeding ground for rodents. Sometimes the materials are recycled by companies like Ware Disposal. However, you could also recycle construction materials yourself, but in a different way. If you have materials left over from a recent construction job you worked on, then you should learn about some of the great ways you can use those materials to create unique items for your yard and home.
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Can You Throw Away Old Paint?

Posted on: 13 August 2015
Garbage collection does allow some kinds of old paint to be thrown away. However, not all types of paint can be thrown away, and all paint should be recycled or reused before being thrown away. Knowing what to do with your paint and paint cans can help you when your paint project is over and it's time to clean up.  Use It Better than throwing away your old paint is using it on another project.
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