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5 Things To Do During Your A Social Distancing Long Weekend

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

May 13, 2020 10:28:54 AM

With the weather getting better, it's getting much harder to stay inside and quarantine. Well, social distancing and a long weekend works together if you know what to do. In order to continue social distancing, we've compiled a list of things that you're able to tackle during the coming long weekend due to Victoria Day.

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Topics: Home Improvement, Landscaping, Home Cleanout

Finish That Basement: Five Renovation Tips

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

May 12, 2020 8:52:50 AM

Because they're often primarily used for storage, garages, attics, sheds, and basements tend to accumulate lots of junk over time. Periodically cleaning out these rooms is a good way to declutter, create more space, and repurpose them for practical use. Basements can be especially useful as recreation rooms, home offices, or even spare bedrooms. Here are five tips to make a basement renovation simple and efficient.

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Topics: Home Renovation, Basement

How You Can Complete Household Projects During Quarantine

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

May 1, 2020 9:53:17 AM

Lately, we've all been spending a lot more time at home, but this is a perfect opportunity to take advantage of that time and tackle home projects. Keep reading for an update on how our operations are running and get ideas for projects you can do during the quarantine.

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Topics: Home Renovation, Home Improvement

How Long Can I Keep My Dumpster Rental?

Posted by Luke Hancock

Apr 28, 2020 6:29:00 AM

There are many different jobs and reasons to rent a dumpster or waste disposal bin at your home. Maybe you’re in the midst of a home renovation project, like a bathroom or kitchen. You might be cleaning out your garage, storage area or basement. You could be replacing or fixing your roof.

Homeowners often get a bin rental when they are decluttering before moving out of a home or even renting one when moving into a new home (my sister was left with this predicament)

Maybe you just love how that big metal box in your driveway accents those pine trees on either side of the front door! (Just kidding.)

Whatever the reason, the dumpster should be there in your driveway for as long as you need it – but not longer than you want it! Let’s face it: Once the job is complete, don’t you really just want that thing gone?

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Topics: Choosing a Dumpster

Need Ideas For An Empty Basement? We've Got 22 Of Them

Posted by Luke Hancock

Apr 24, 2020 1:56:00 PM

Let’s cut the pretense and just call the basement by its real name: dumping ground.

Every piece of junk and clutter we think we might need someday but we’re not quite sure what to do with ends up in the basement.

Cast-off kitchen appliances you keep in case of emergency. Those curtains that might be perfect for some window, someday. Old comic books. The dog sweater from Aunt Edna.

Clean. It. Out.

We know. We can sense your shudder from here. But it has to be done. Next up: The fun part. Once you have that nice open space, the possibilities are endless.

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Topics: DIY Projects

Planning to Sell Your Home? Here’s How to Increase and Protect Home Value on a Budget

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Apr 21, 2020 9:38:04 AM

By Jeff Anttila

If you’ve been living in your home for a while, chances are a lot of little things go unnoticed. And now that you’re also probably finding ourselves at home more often these days because of the coronavirus, you may have begun to notice these things, like faded paint, chips in the tile, and the mildew on your home’s siding that has been building up over the years. Whether you live in a townhouse in Atlanta, GA and simply want to maintain the value of your home, or you live in a craftsman style home in Portland, OR and looking to spruce it up for resale, these are things even the most budget-conscious homeowner can address. To learn how to increase home value on a budget check out these top five home improvement projects that not only bring a return on your investment and appeal to potential buyers but will also add joy to your life.

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Topics: Home Improvement

Renovation Mistakes Inexperienced Home Sellers Do

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Apr 14, 2020 10:30:41 AM

Many inexperienced home sellers like to make last-minute renovations to spruce up their houses for a fast sale. Unfortunately, many are unable to succeed with their redecoration goals. They fall short due to inexperience and commit many redecoration blunders. Here are some errors that you must avoid when you are thinking of renovating your home. 

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Topics: Home Renovation

10 Tips for Sanitizing Your Home to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Apr 8, 2020 10:06:23 AM

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect people around the world, we all have questions about how to stay safe. Social distancing is the most common measure people are taking, but many are understandably concerned about preventing the spread of COVID-19 through their homes. No matter how much we quarantine, everyone still has to go outside or interact with other people at some point to get supplies. Here are 10 tips that you and your loved ones can follow to help keep your home sanitized.

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Topics: cleaning schedule, Home Cleanout

Waste Disposal Methods And Your Needs

Posted by Luke Hancock

Apr 7, 2020 3:00:00 PM

When it comes to the waste disposal task of your home project you have several options to get rid of the trash and construction debris. However, which is the best for your needs? 

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Topics: Hiring A Dumpster Rental Company, Home Improvement

6 Unexpected Dumpster Rental Costs

Posted by Luke Hancock

Apr 1, 2020 5:10:00 PM

Caveat emptor (buyer beware). Read the fine print. Hidden fees.

Even the most savvy shoppers sometimes get caught by unexpected charges on their bill.

There’s nothing wrong with a company making a profit — that’s what they’re in business for. We don’t think anyone would (or could) dispute that. The question becomes how businesses go about turning that profit.

Have you ever listened to a commercial on the radio and then at the end a guy comes on and reads a disclaimer, which in the last three seconds has more words in it than the rest of the commercial did in the first 27 seconds? What is it they’re trying to hide? It’s the same concept that turns a $129 hotel room into one that really costs $159 a night.

Many companies hide charges from their customers springing fees on them after the fact. Companies might push them off as the “cost of doing business,” which while technically true, creates ill will with customers.

When it comes to bin rental costs, there are so many variables to consider. Among those costs in dumpster rental prices include:

  • Length of the rental
  • Cost to dispose waste at a local dumping facility
  • Where you live
  • What trash you decide to throw into the bin

Bin There Dump That has no hidden fees. Though our franchise operators do charge some of the dumpster rental fees described below, they are communicated ahead of time.

Here are six dumpster rental costs customers might not expect — but will definitely know about before they begin their dumpster rental.

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Topics: Choosing a Dumpster, Hiring A Dumpster Rental Company