Remodeling can be a fun way to make a space your own. However, it's critical that everyone on the project have access to safety gear that fits well and will protect them from injury. This includes hard hats or helmets, gloves, eye protection, and other project-specific protection.
Whether you're doing some landscaping or building a foundation, renting construction equipment will let you move the earth and complete other tasks much more efficiently. But before you call up an equipment supplier, you'll need to have a solid plan. These are four things you should understand when leasing construction equipment.
Attracting more clients is the goal of any small business. Thankfully, there are many ways to achieve it. If you're a remodeling professional who is looking to increase your customer base, check out the following tips for success.
Planning for an estate sale can be an intimidating task, and the emotional value we place on items can leave us feeling underprepared, overwhelmed, and sometimes re-experiencing loss. However, there are things you can do to lessen the stress and remove some of the challenges.
Your home might seem a little crowded these days, and there's a good chance that the crowding isn't because too many people live there. Rather, clutter has probably taken over. The basement and attic are full of old belongings, and the closets are jam-packed. Collecting and storing lots of old junk eventually catches up with you and impacts your living conditions. Maybe now is the time to call on a junk removal service. If you aren't sure about doing so, here are three good reasons why.
After any renovation project or household clean up, you may find that you have several items that are hazardous to dispose of by simply disposing of them in the trash. It’s important that you stay aware of your city’s guidelines on how to dispose of household hazardous waste. The expired paint, old weed killer, and dead batteries may pose a risk to the community by leaking chemicals or catching fire.
In a workplace that is lacking a culture of health, it is easy for employees to become sick and unmotivated. You can avoid this by learning how to create a space that nurtures wellness. Here are three ways that you can incorporate wellness into your very own company.
Removing appliances can be tricky. Often they are bulky, and you can end up seriously hurting yourself if you remove them incorrectly! Furthermore, many appliances can’t simply be dropped off at a landfill due to local and national regulations for their disposal. Indeed, there are stiff penalties for disposing of appliances illegally.
Have you ever wondered what happens to your trash once you drop it off at the curb?
We’re producing more trash than ever today. In fact, the amount of trash produced in America has tripled since 1960. At the same time, we’ve made strides in recycling and composting efforts. Nearly half of our trash is recycled, composted, or reused in some way. Still, the other half--over 250 million tons of trash per year--remain in landfills. Before all of this trash is recycled or taken to a landfill, however, it goes through quite the journey. Read on to learn more about this process!
It's time to get rid of old cans of paint.
Maybe you purchased too much paint for your project (because we all know EXACTLY what we're doing at Home Depot, am I right?!) or maybe you've been procrastinating that project (GASP!) for so long that you've changed your mind altogether.