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  • Important Tips For Protecting Your Dumpster From The Homeless And Unapproved Users

    If your home or business needs a dumpster, it is important to know your options for protecting your investment. Since you could find that you are financially responsible for damage to your rented dumpster and you will almost definitely be required to clean up a mess left by homeless persons, it is important to know the best ways to safeguard the borrowed unit. Therefore, the following options are likely to be quite helpful. [Read More]

  • Three Important Reasons To Clean Your Trash Bin

    The fact that your trash bin stays outside and that you are constantly tossing more waste in it makes the idea of cleaning it seem less than important. In reality the opposite is true. It's actually a good idea to clean your trash bin for a number of different reasons; here are just some of them. Keep Odors Down Just because it's trash doesn't mean it also has to smell bad. [Read More]

  • How To Handle An Apartment That Has Been Abandoned With Belongings Inside

    If you are an apartment complex landlord, and you have a tenant who has not returned to their home for several months, you will need to take steps in preparing the unit for rental to another person. Dealing with the belongings left behind is a task you will need to handle appropriately. Here are some tips to follow when you are left with a vacated apartment full of your former tenant's belongings. Track Down Family First To Have Items Removed [Read More]

  • Get Your Rental Home Ready For Listing After A Tenant Leaves With Junk Removal Services

    While most tenants want their security deposit back when moving out, leading them to take good care of a rental home, there is always the possibility of the place being left a mess. If you are frustrated over the state of the rental home due to the state that the previous tenants have left it in, you can use junk removal services to help speed up the cleaning and get the home ready to show to potential tenants. [Read More]

  • How To Deal With Holiday Trash

    The holidays can generate a lot of trash. One of the challenges of the holidays is figuring out how to safely deal with all of that trash. Here are a few tips on how to safely deal with all that holiday trash and reduce the trash that you generate in the first place.  Think Recycling First, Trash Second The easiest way to reduce the amount of trash that goes out in your trash can following the holidays is to think recycling first, trash second. [Read More]

  • A Few Options for What to Do With Everything During a House Cleanout

    At some point in time you are probably going to have to deal with cleaning everything out of a house. If this is because you are moving from one home to another, a good portion of the stuff will be going with you. However, if you are cleaning out the home of someone else due to death, chances are you do not want most of the stuff. You may also decide to make a bit of extra money doing a house cleanout for a friend or a real estate company. [Read More]

  • Creative Repurposing Recycling Ideas

    Recycling is good for the environment and for your conscience, but what about recycling larger, bulkier items or huge amounts of plastic bottles? If you have some things you cannot use as they are but don't want them to end up in landfill, you can always get creative with them and re-purpose them into something else. Here are a few creative ideas for items that you can try yourself to help you reuse things that would otherwise end up in the trash heap. [Read More]

  • Renting A Dumpster: Helpful Things To Consider

    Is there a large amount of items in your backyard that you have thrown out and don't intend to keep? If you are trying to figure out a fast way to get rid of everything, you might want to invest in a dumpster rental. In this article, learn what you should know about renting a dumpster for removing up a large amount of trash. What Makes a Dumpster Rental Ideal for Big Trash Removal? [Read More]

  • Three Safety Tips To Remember When Using A Dump Trailer

    Renting a dump trailer can greatly improve the ease and speed of any number of jobs. If you're doing a pre-renovation demolition at home, for example, loading a dump trailer with garbage allows you to empty it quicker than unloading the trailer contents by hand. For those unacquainted with using a trailer, towing it behind a truck can require a period of adjustment and some careful attention to detail. However, safety with a dump trailer extends beyond simply moving it around. [Read More]

  • Four Steps for Dealing With Your Post-Holiday Garbage

    One of the biggest projects to tackle at the conclusion of the holidays is taking down your decorations, packing up used wrapping paper and boxes and dragging everything to the curb for removal. While you might not exactly covet this job, it's a necessary step toward restoring order in your home -- and you have to admit that it's pretty convenient to have a garbage truck take your refuse away. Before you begin the process of assembling your post-holiday garbage, here are four important tips to keep in mind. [Read More]