Ideas To Repurpose Your Kitchen Cabinets

Old cabinets can date a kitchen, and are often the inspiration for a kitchen remodel. During a kitchen demolition, usually old cabinets will be torn out to make way for new and more modern cabinets, yet there is nothing wrong with the old cabinets other than their age. Rather than toss your old cabinets in a…

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3 Reasons Why You Should Recycle Your E-Waste

It is an unfortunate fact that most electronics and appliances, including computers, cell phones, televisions, batteries and refrigerators, end up in landfills. Indeed, only about 20% of the world’s annual accumulation of electronic waste is recycled. While it may be convenient to put these items in the garbage, this can have serious consequences for the…

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10 Key Components of a Safe Jobsite Cleanup

When a construction or demo site is ready for cleanup, safety has to be the number one priority. Here are 10 key components of a safe cleanup. 1. Proper Storage Materials need to be stored in containers that can sustain their weight and won’t break when moved. Containers can’t be overfilled, and in some cases,…

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3 Reasons to Hire Post-Construction Clean-Up Professionals

If you’ve ever seen a construction site, you know that it can be a messy industry. From scraps and other excess goods to the materials used to transport and store those materials during construction, there is a lot to keep track of. When the project is finished and it’s time to put the final touches…

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Why Electronics Recycling at Home is Important for Your Family

Electronic devices are an ever-present part of our lives now, from the computers we use at home and work to the phones that are never out of arm’s reach. When your devices break it’s an easy mistake to think you can simply toss them in the trash and go on with your day, but it’s…

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4 Tips to Improve Construction Jobsite Cleanup

Construction sites are notorious for being messy, dirty and cluttered. After each craftsman completes a job, construction cleanup must happen before the next craftsman starts their work. Here are some tips to clean up in a way that complies with the law and creates a space for the next person to work efficiently and effectively.…

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The Guide to Cleaning Your Construction Site

The construction industry is messy. Any construction site can wind up with an intimidating mess to clean up afterward. If you want to make sure that your site is clean and tidy afterwards, it helps to have a checklist. Checklists can be great for workers, homeowners and even the construction site handling the construction cleanup.…

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The Importance of Recycling Electronics

When you upgrade the electronics in your home, what do you do with the old ones? Many people will throw them in the garbage, not realizing the potential hazards they can cause. Electronic recycling may take a little bit more effort than just putting it in the bin, but it is well worth the trouble.…

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How to Plan Out a Home Demolition

Many times to build a new house, an old one needs to be taken down first. A home demolition sounds like an exciting project to undertake, but there are several nuances to this job, too. Homeowners and the contractors should take care to ensure due diligence is taken to guarantee the project is lawful. First,…

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Demolition Day Considerations

Some defects in and around your home can be fixed, and some require demolition. This may entail demolishing an old home entirely, taking out an interior wall or removing a timeworn sidewalk. An entire home removal may only take a day or two and may very well be the fastest phase of construction. If large…

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