m w - Wednesday, October 05, 2016
The holidays are just around the corner and thousands of communities, PTA’s and PTO’s are quickly planning the events we all hold dear. From planning the events, to organizing volunteers, these holiday traditions can become more overwhelming than you think. The cleanup is something that is most often overlooked. People and organizations always believe that the cleanup process will be far easier than the initial setup. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
m w - Friday, August 05, 2016
Renting a dumpster is a great way for you to get many summer projects complete, but the one downside that most people worry about is the smell. It is no secret that large garbage containers are likely to smell like garbage, but do you have to plug your nose each time you bring something out to the dumpster? Luckily for you, the answer is no. There are a few things that you can do to make sure that you are keeping as much of the smell of the dumpster away as possible.
m w - Monday, June 06, 2016
Getting together and putting on a neighborhood garage sale is a summer staple. It happens in neighborhoods all across the country, all summer long. People clean out their homes and their garages, and put all of their unused items up for sale for others to buy. There are a bunch of reason that renting a dumpster for this event can make life a lot easier. If you are in charge of setting up your neighborhood’s garage sale this summer, keep these points in mind.
m w - Monday, May 23, 2016
If your backyard boring, with nothing but a bunch of overgrown weeds and an old shed that you’re afraid to enter? It’s not as uncommon as you’d think to see that. That is the reason that a lot of people are doing backyard makeovers, and making their backyard into a retreat that allows them to escape the chaos of life and just relax. If you plan on taking down that spider-infested shed this year, here are a few things to keep in mind!
m w - Monday, May 09, 2016
When you are going through and renovating or re-organizing your home, one of the foregone conclusions is that you are going to have stuff to throw away. The best way to handle this stuff is to rent a dumpster before getting the process started. Most people have no problem renting a dumpster for their stuff. Where the problem usually comes in is knowing what size to rent. The general rule of thumb is to opt for a dumpster larger than what you believe you are going to need, and here’s why.
m w - Monday, April 25, 2016
Spring is a great time to remove old buildings from your property and either rebuild new, or repurpose the space for something totally new. The biggest problem most people have is where to put all the stuff that is torn down. The simple answer is to throw it all out. If you want to figure out ways of repurposing your yard for something new and amazing this year, then save yourself the headache of that task and rent a dumpster before you get started.
m w - Monday, April 11, 2016
Summer block parties are a great way to keep the community happy, and for people to spend time together that are often otherwise too busy. Entire blocks get shut down and everyone parties all throughout the day, and often all night long, too. The one problem with a block party is that no one really likes the cleanup process after all is said and done. There’s a simple way to work around that, and that is to have a dumpster rented and dropped off prior to the block party. That way, each person can throw out what they need to, and it all gets hauled away!
m w - Monday, March 28, 2016
When you need to renovate your house, spring is a great time to get the job done. The only thing you have to do is avoid those refreshing spring showers, and you can make whatever changes you have budgeted into your plans for the year. There are a few things that you should make sure you have set up before beginning your renovations, so if you are about to get started, make sure this is a checklist you can have checked off.
m w - Monday, March 14, 2016
If you live in the areas where spring hits you really hard, then you need to have a plan for cleaning up when all is said and done. Things can be blown all over the place, broken, or even come from properties that surround your own, that will need to be cleaned up. Instead of waiting for the storms to hit, you may want to be prepared for what type of cleanup you know is heading your way.
m w - Friday, February 26, 2016
With spring starting to make its way back into our forecasts, the thoughts of what you are going to do when the weather warms up completely are likely popping back into your mind. If you want to do something big this spring and summer, such as a family reunion or graduation party, then you need to make sure that your yard is ready for guests! Here are a few places to look to ensure that your yard is ready to have all of those people traipsing across it!