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  • 4 Alternatives To Throwing Away Your Old Sofa

    An old, outdated sofa can really detract from the appearance of a living room. If you're eager to get rid of your sofa, you might never want to see it again. However, that doesn't mean that this rather bulky piece of garbage has to go to a landfill. If you're looking for some alternatives to throwing away an old sofa, consider the following four ideas: Revamping it You might be able to give your sofa such a thorough makeover that you won't even be able to recognize it afterwards.
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  • How To Avoid Unnecessary Fees When Using A Dumpster Rental

    Renting a dumpster to help tow away trash can be a great way to help with cleaning your home or preparing for a move, but it can also come with some extra fees you may not have expected. Even with the benefits of renting a dumpster, you need to take some time to prepare for the rental so that you are comfortable with the costs involved. Check Any Rules Regarding What Can be Thrown Away
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  • Recycling Food Scraps with Composting: Helpful Tips

    Americans throw away tons of food each year, and most of it can be reused for composting, which is an all natural and organic way to provide fertilizer for your garden. If you've considered starting your own compost pile but were not sure where to begin,  you should know that it's an easy process that will help contribute to the planet. Instead of tossing out food with the garbage, you can create a nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants.
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  • Dealing With Hazardous Materials When Doing Home Renovations

    When you decide to do renovations to your home, there are a lot of problems that you may encounter. Some of the unexpected problems you may encounter when doing home renovations can include finding hazardous materials. This can be things like lead paint, mold and asbestos building materials. Here are some of the potentially hazardous materials that you may encounter while doing renovations to your home: 1. Finding Lead When Peeling Back Layers Of Paint
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