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How to Make Your Home Brighter

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Oct 21, 2020 9:24:24 AM

What sounds like a better idea – to live in a home filled with light and fresh air, or to live in a home that’s dark and gloomy? A brighter living space is definitely something we could all stand to have, but while some people find it easy to let more light into their homes, others have to get creative and improvise for the best results. We’re not all blessed with spacious homes that have large windows and plenty of sun; some of us have to deal with small apartments and tall buildings surrounding it. Here’s how you can make your home brighter easily:

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Topics: Home Staging, Home Improvement

How to Prepare for Bathroom Renovations

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Oct 14, 2020 9:34:53 AM

Renovating your bathroom is an investment that returns three-fold. First, it increases the overall resale value of the place. Second, it improves the quality of life within the household. Finally, it may help you lower the monthly utility bill by quite the margin. Still, executing these works is far from simple. A major home remodel is one of the most expensive home improvement projects. It may also leave a crucial part of your home with limited functionality for quite a while. In order to ensure that all things run smoothly, you need to learn how to prepare for a bathroom renovation. Here are four tips to help you out.

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Topics: Home Renovation

6 Tips to Prevent Renovation-Caused Accidents

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Sep 21, 2020 4:30:00 PM

Renovating a place is always a good idea, seeing as how it boosts the resale value and the quality of life, at the same time. However, this process has some downsides, as well. First of all, it’s usually quite expensive, even if it brings a positive ROI. Second, it makes your home either unavailable or partially available during the works. Finally, it significantly reduces the safety of your household, even its security, during the works and shortly afterward. So, here are several tips you could use in order to prevent renovation-caused accidents from ever spawning.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation, Residential Repairs

How to Keep Your Yard Neat and Clean

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Sep 8, 2020 9:36:47 AM

The first thing your guests are going to see when they step on your property is your front yard. Every responsible owner needs to know how to maintain the yard and keep it clean and neat. Once you start taking good care of the outside space, you will be able to enjoy spending more time in nature. Your house will look more appealing if you start new projects and make small improvements.

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Topics: Thinking Green, yard, Garden

5 Smart Deck Improvement Ideas for Every Household

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Aug 25, 2020 8:00:00 PM

Everybody loves summer because it allows them to spend more time outside. Most homeowners tend to enjoy outdoor activities in your backyard. Spending time drinking lemonade with your friends, or barbecuing with your family- all options are enjoyable. Having a place to perform all these activities can enhance the experience. Sitting outside on your deck during hot summer days can drastically improve your mood.

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Topics: Home Renovation, Home Improvement, Residential Repairs

How to Dispose of Your Electronics Properly and Safely

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jul 28, 2020 11:32:00 AM

Your smaller, outdated electronics may be stashed away in a junk drawer, but how do you get rid of the old TV that just broke? Disposing of your broken or outdated electronics isn't as simple as putting them in the trash or throwing them out on the curb. Many electronics contain materials such as mercury, lead, and cadmium that are harmful to the environment if they end up in a landfill. Learn how to dispose of both your small and large electronics safely and efficiently. 

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Topics: E-waste

Rent a Dumpster For Yard Waste? This is Why You Should

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jul 14, 2020 11:59:31 AM

The need to rent a dumpster for yard waste is frequent for landscapers. A common issue for landscapers, gardeners, contractors, and homeowners alike, yard waste is created and collected by almost everyone with a patch of land to call their own. Ranging from large items like cut trees and dead foliage to smaller bits such as pulled weeds and twigs, yard waste should always be collected after an outdoor project and requires special considerations for disposal. There are many options available for homeowners to dispose of their yard waste, but the most convenient and safe choice is renting a dumpster specifically for removing yard debris. Learn more about the benefits of renting a dumpster for yard waste disposal and what else you can do with that waste after completing an outdoor project.

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Topics: yard, Garden

DIY Bathroom Remodel: Five Ideas For A Stunning Transformation

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jul 7, 2020 10:44:22 AM

Because sinks, toilets, tubs, and showers are all fixed in place and connected to plumbing, making significant changes to a bathroom is often difficult without professional help. Luckily, there are several simple fixes and tricks that can help homeowners liven up a bathroom and give it more space and functionality. Here are five DIY bathroom remodel ideas.

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Topics: Home Renovation, Home Improvement

Our Support of Therapeutic Paws of Canada

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jul 2, 2020 3:12:58 PM

Over the years, Bin There Dump That has been a proud sponsor of Therapeutic Paws of Canada. We support and love dogs just as much as the next person.

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Topics: Therapeutic Paws of Canada

Things To Do This Canada Day 2020

Posted by Jacqueline Petitjean

Jun 24, 2020 10:44:06 AM

July 1st, for some this means a cottage weekend, a big barbeque with copious amounts of food and finishing the night off with fireworks. Whether you’re on the water, heading to the big city or staying home we want you to have a great Canada Day. We’ve collected a list of ways you can celebrate this nation's birthday in the amazing July weather.

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Topics: Hiring A Dumpster Rental Company, Home Cleanout