2016

  • Dashing Through The Garbage, In An Open Dumpster For Rent: Christmas Clean-Up Made Easy


    To the tune of Jingle Bells, you can sing "Dashing through the garbage, in an open dumpster for rent, Christmas clean-up made easy, it seems so heaven sent!" Given the tree, the wreath, the wrappings and trappings from presents and the leftover crumbs from the feast, you can just see it, can't you? A dumpster for rent this holiday season may be exactly what you need, especially if you are the one hosting your family's festivities this year.
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  • Moving Old Computers With A Disposal Plan


    As computers become more advanced, the need to upgrade can be confusing. Some increases are so small that they may not be worth a new system, while other advances may bring new features that your system--no matter how fast it seems--simply can't perform. It's good to recycle your old systems for both the environment and to put a bit of cash into your pocket after your investment, but you'll need to know what different systems have to offer for recycling.
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  • Decreasing the Risk of Garbage Intrusions by Wildlife


    If you have experienced instances where your garbage cans were tipped over due to animals trying to gain entry, you will most likely want to stop this occurrence from happening. Failing to take steps to protect your garbage from wildlife invasions could lead to a huge mess of trash either on your property, or worse, the property of a neighbor. Try some of the following tips to eliminate garbage-can tip-overs altogether. Use the Right Garbage Cans to Keep Trash Contained
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  • Items From Your Garage That You Can Probably Throw Out


    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


    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


    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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