Garage Organization Strategies and Junk Removal
Garage Storage and Garage Junk Many of us purchase a garage (or a house with one attached) with the intention of using it as a safe, enclosed space in which to park our cars. However, the reality is that a garage also makes a great storage space for holiday decorations, camping equipment, tools, and more! […]
What Exactly is Junk Removal?
The History of the Junk Removal Industry While organized municipal waste services have existed since the mid-1800s, the junk removal industry did not find its start until the mid 20th Century. Early versions of modern junk removal services were typically one-person operations. These “junk men” would typically bring a cart, horse-drawn wagon, or old automobile […]
You Can’t just Throw that Old TV in the Trash
Getting Rid of that Old TV Everybody has been there at some point. It still works perfectly, but you can’t plug in your Xbox or ChromeCast (at least not without using some weird adapter). You can’t read the numbers on any of the players’ jerseys during football season, and is the score 28-21 or 16-11? […]
Do You Really Need That Storage Unit?
The explosion in the number of self-storage facilities isn’t a figment of your imagination – it’s a 21st Century American phenomenon. The US makes up almost 90% of the global storage market with 50,000 storage facilities across the country – that’s over three times the number of McDonald’s restaurants in America! Between 2000 and 2005, […]
How to Get Rid of Old Appliances
Your Old Appliances. We’ve all been there. You open the fridge to make dinner, only to find that it’s warm in there. You’ve had it for 15 years, but it’s time to get a new one. You hop online and quickly find a brand-new, stainless steel fridge with a great warranty – and it’s on sale! Everything […]
Lose 50 Pounds This Month!
Have you ever taken a peek in your garage or attic and thought, “where did all this stuff come from!?” You’re not alone. In the natural world, useful materials are scarce and hard to come by. It’s human nature to hang onto things we don’t use because we “might need them someday.” However, in our […]