With the growing cases of Coronavirus or COVID-19 all over the world, many are practicing social distancing and voluntary or mandatory quarantine. All these can help in preventing the spread of the virus. While on quarantine, some may feel fear, loneliness, and unproductive. It does not have to be a scary thing. Remember that this is not only a way of protecting yourself, but your loved ones too.
G.I. Junk understands that you need our assistance during these trying times. Here are some ways on how you can counterbalance the negative emotions while on quarantine.
Piles of trash and clutter can multiply quickly around your property if you're not careful. Although it seems easy and acceptable to let a few things pile up here and there, you'll end up making more problems for yourself in the long run. On the other hand, by keeping your property free of garbage, you'll enjoy specific benefits, some of which are listed below.
Setting new year resolutions has been a long-time tradition for many across the globe, and most, unfortunately, go unrealized. Setting big goals will inevitably bring challenges, causing many to abandon their list of things to accomplish for the year, so why not start small? Having your home or yard, or office space decluttered should be priority number one, as the saying goes - "out with the old, in with the new". The backyard with the water-logged shed that you have been pondering on tearing down, the guest room or garage with the weight set and miscellaneous furniture and appliances that are occupying square footage in your home (and not paying rent!), all can be a distant memory with a bit of execution.
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.
After serving and returning home, veterans are often left with mental health symptoms as a result of depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. These conditions can make it difficult to re-acclimate to civilian life. However, there are numerous home renovations that can help make day to day living more comfortable, easing symptoms and improving mood. A skilled contractor can help ease mental health symptoms with the following renovation ideas:
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.
It’s time to get a new sofa! Maybe the kids have moved out and you’re ready for one that hasn’t been jumped on, or it’s just taken way too many years of wear and tear. And a new sofa is a great feeling! The average lifespan of a sofa is 7 years. Do you need to toss or replace a couch? And what’s the best way to do it? It’s important to keep old furniture out of landfills and creating more waste. Read on to learn our eco-friendly guide to enjoying your new furniture and how to best get rid of your old one:
While we are very used to recycling milk cartons, yogurt tubs and glass bottles, there are a host of things in your home that you perhaps didn’t know that you can recycle, especially as you undertake a junk cleanout. Read below about some of the things that you can recycle and put to good use instead of tossing.