Three Steps To Scheduling A Neighborhood Clean Up Day

Posted on: 17 April 2017

Garage sales tend to be one of the events that pull the neighborhood together. Making a little extra money and getting rid of some unnecessary household items is a win-win for most families in the neighborhood. Yet another event that the neighborhood should consider having together is a neighborhood clean up day. In each neighborhood, there are families that get busy, older individuals with lawns that can use a little bit of work, and empty lots or public sidewalks that can tend to become dirty quickly.
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How To Plan Efficient Computer Removal For Businesses

Posted on: 19 September 2016

Moving a lot of heavy desktops, unwieldy laptops and miscellaneous parts out of a building can be a recipe for a mess. People walking into each other and delaying each other's progress while carrying heavy objects and getting everything to the right area is hard enough with a single goal of removal, and it can be worse if recycling or replacement needs to be part of the plan. At the macro level it may all seem simple, but the individual level mixes in unplanned and unseen risks that impede success.
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What The Grass Over Your Septic System Can Tell You About Its Status

Posted on: 11 February 2016

Most homeowners cover their septic system with grass to maintain a pleasant appearance while still providing easy access to the tank below. You may have noticed, however, that the grass over your septic system grows differently than the grass around it. While this may be a normal response to your system, it can also indicate that something is wrong. Understanding how your septic tank interacts with the grass above it can give you some valuable insights into its overall condition and any problems that may be developing.
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Don't Have Crappy, Unexpected Septic Problems: Take The Right Percautions

Posted on: 14 January 2016

A lot of people don't worry about how much waste is in a septic tank when they purchase a home, but it's something you want to know as soon as you take ownership. You want to know if you are close to the limit, before you end up with a sewer problem on the property. The sewage professionals can come to your property to make the best assessment of what's going on with your septic system.
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