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How to Stay Safe During Winter Construction Debris Removal

Posted on January 24, 2018 in Articles

Winter is, undoubtedly, one of the messiest times of the year. The snow piles up, sometimes almost faster than we can clean it, and depending on the weather, we can end up with slush or ice. Salt and sand are also an issue, turning that clean white snowfall into an ugly mess. Winter cleanups are […]

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Tips for Downsizing Your Office

Posted on January 11, 2018 in Tips

Renting office space can be expensive. Even worse than paying a lot for your office is having to pay for more space than you need. There could be any number of reasons to downsize your office, whether it’s because workers are telecommuting, a reduced budget, or simply a desire to reduce waste. If you find […]

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What You Can Do to Recycle Junk

Posted on December 28, 2017 in Articles

We all have good habits, and we all have bad habits. One habit that we should all be working to cultivate, however, is recycling as much as possible. The resources being used to create the majority of our manufactured goods are finite, meaning that as the world’s population increases, that limited amount is having to […]

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The Impact of Recycling Junk

Posted on December 5, 2017 in Articles

There once was a time when the average person never thought about recycling, and never really even conceived of a need for it. Sure, we re-used glass bottles, and perhaps a few other things, but for the most part, we never considered that resources aren’t unlimited, or that we would one day find ourselves overburdened […]

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When to downsize your home and if it’s the best choice

Posted on November 15, 2017 in Articles

For most people, their home is the largest, most significant purchase they will ever make. A home will often be purchased when the owners are relatively young, and owned by them for several decades. After all, your home is the place where you are likely expect to spend the majority of your life. This may […]

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Top Bed Bug Prevention Tips

Posted on October 27, 2017 in Tips

“Good night!” “Sleep tight!” “Don’t let the bed bugs bite!” Most of us have heard something like this at some point in our lives, but we usually don’t really take the time to check for bed bugs or take any real precaution against them. We tend to think of bed bugs as something you would […]

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Tips To Help You Downsize Your Home

Tips To Help You Downsize Your Home

Posted on October 13, 2017 in Tips

It’s easy to see that, over time, stuff can accumulate in your crawlspace, attic, spare bedroom, closets, or other areas of your home. While you may be able to find a place for everything in your home now, what happens after your children have flown the coop and you no longer need that four-bedroom house? […]

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The Real Cost of Removing Junk Yourself

Posted on September 26, 2017 in Articles

There are some things in life that are not worth cutting corners to save a buck or two. For example, eating sushi at the cheapest sushi restaurant in town isn’t worth the risk of gastric distress. So too, when it’s time to get rid of your old furniture, ask yourself, is it worth begging friends […]

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The Benefits of Buying a Real Christmas Tree This Season

Posted on December 10, 2014 in Our Company

Christmas is just around the corner and many of you will be digging out your decorations from the garage or attic in preparation for the holidays. The holiday season is also the time of year when families quibble over whether to buy a farm grown tree or an artificial one. In this age of environmental […]

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Vancouver’s Rainy Season: Protecting You and Your Home

Posted on November 17, 2014 in Our Company

The mornings are getting darker, the clouds are rolling in, and the rain is starting to pour down. All of this can mean only one thing—Vancouver’s rainy season is officially here! Running for shelter, struggling with an umbrella that refuses to open (or close for that matter), or stepping in a puddle on the way […]

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