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Luke Hancock

Luke Hancock is the Digital Marketing Specialist for Bin There Dump That. From a background in public relations and social media, he transitioned into his role at Bin There Dump That, where he helps franchise operators increase their online visibility.
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Why Independent Contractors Rely on Bin There Dump That

Posted by Luke Hancock

Aug 19, 2021 8:00:00 AM

Bin There Dump That is highly esteemed by local contractors throughout North America—we make renting a dumpster quick and easy and never leave our customers behind with the mess. Many third-party waste solution services will throw a one-size-fits-all approach at their customers, but our team of professionals is what makes our dumpster rental experience outshine the competition. Learn more about our services and why contractors continue to turn to us for their dumpster rental needs.

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Topics: Home Renovation, Home Improvement

Easy Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted by Luke Hancock

Jul 27, 2021 2:17:28 PM

Easy ways to improve indoor air quality

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Topics: Real Estate, Home Improvement

Garage Door Maintenance Tips

Posted by Luke Hancock

Jun 15, 2021 6:30:00 AM

Very few parts of your home experience as much wear and tear as your garage door. These motorized doors are raised and lowered thousands of times each year, but their maintenance is often overlooked. Many homeowners take their garage doors for granted unless it malfunctions or stops working altogether.

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Topics: Organized Lifestyle, Home Renovation, Cleaning Tips, spring cleaning

10 Classic Living Room Styles: Decorating Ideas for a Refined Ambiance

Posted by Luke Hancock

Jun 15, 2021 6:00:00 AM

Classic preferences have developed a new design identity over time in response to a growing number of demands. That is why, in order to make a particular decision that will satisfy your aesthetics, you can look at all of the classic living room furnishing types.

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Topics: Organized Lifestyle, Home Improvement

Bin There Dump That Wins 4 Top Franchise Awards | Franchise Business Review

Posted by Luke Hancock

Jun 1, 2021 1:31:56 PM

Franchise Business Review, an independent franchise market research firm, awarded Bin There Dump That four Top Franchise awards in 2021. Franchising since 2003, we've routinely been ranked in Entrepreneur's Franchise 500, and we have won many Franchise Business Review awards. Learn more about our 2021 awards and why joining our franchise operation team is a great way to grow your contractor business or start your journey to becoming a business owner.

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Topics: Hiring A Dumpster Rental Company, Profitable Franchises, Multi-Unit Franchise, Real Estate

Buying Your First Home During COVID-19

Posted by Luke Hancock

May 5, 2021 6:54:31 AM

Getting a home is not easy, not to talk of now that covid-19 is around. You might have to go through a lot of stress and sacrifice before you can acquire your first home. You cannot just decide you want to get your first home without making the needed preparations. You have to get every necessary thing you need before venturing into getting your first home. Getting your first home can be difficult for you, but you can ease yourself of these troubles if you follow the right path.

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Topics: Real Estate

How to Create a Functional Minimalist Living Space

Posted by Luke Hancock

Apr 27, 2021 8:15:00 AM

Living a minimalist lifestyle comes with a lot of benefits. Ridding your space of clutter can help reduce distractions, and staying organized makes it easier to find things when you’re in a hurry. If you’re working from home, creating a minimalist living space can even help increase your focus and boost productivity. 

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Topics: Organized Lifestyle

4 Places You Should NOT Place Your Dumpster Rental

Posted by Luke Hancock

May 29, 2020 9:00:00 AM

You’ve rolled up your sleeves. Your somewhat unreliable brother-in-law just pulled up — on time — ready to help. In just a few short hours, that cluttered basement of yours will be empty and unbelievably spacious.

But you know what would really help? Getting your dumpster as close as possible to the door you’ll be going in and out of the most this morning. Luckily, roll-off dumpsters like those from Bin There Dump That can — and have — fit just about anywhere.

While driveways are an obvious choice for where most residential roll-off dumpsters are placed, there are, however, some places your dumpster rental should just not go. Here’s a closer look at five spots around your home that you might want to think twice about before placing the dumpster.

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Topics: Choosing a Dumpster, Hiring A Dumpster Rental Company

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