3 Ways to Prepare for a Spring Cleaning Marathon

Posted on: 17 December 2019

Are you gearing up to do a spring cleanout of your home? Has it been a while since your home was fully decluttered so it is full of things that you don't want, you don't need, or are broken? When you look at a home full of clutter, it can be difficult to decide where to start. An excess of clutter is definitely something that can feel impossible to deal with. [Read More]

How Junk Removal Services Help Towns Recover After Tornadoes

Posted on: 23 July 2019

Tornadoes are a common problem that impacts many areas across the country. Although some will pass through an area without triggering any issues, many others will damage homes and buildings across a city. As a result, you need to understand the benefits of junk removal services and how they help your town and your community get back on track after severe tornadoes. Tornadoes Trigger a Huge Increase in Debris  The huge power of a tornado is almost impossible to fully comprehend without seeing the damage it leaves behind. [Read More]

Are You Doing A Major Storage Area Cleanup At Home? 3 Tips To Safely Dispose Of Hazardous Waste

Posted on: 22 April 2019

Home storage areas such as garages and sheds have a tendency to accumulate many unwanted items over several months or years. While you might have once had a use for things such as solvents or swimming pool chemicals, it is common to discover that you have leftover products and no idea how to get rid of them. Household hazardous waste constitutes any items that pose a risk to human health or the environment if they are not disposed of using the proper protocols. [Read More]

Preparing a Dirty Rental Home for a New Tenant

Posted on: 22 October 2018

The most frustrating aspect of being a landlord is having to deal with problematic tenants. For instance, if you sign a lease agreement with a tenant who turns out to have poor cleaning habits, it can lead to cockroaches damaging your property. You must then go through the process of warning the tenant and giving them time to correct the problem before an eviction can be legally filed. If you end up evicting such a tenant, it can leave you in a position in which the house can't be rented out until a lot of work is done to improve it. [Read More]