How To Care For A Dumpster During Hot Weather

If you are about to rent a dumpster long-term, the hotter weather on the way is something you need to pay attention to. Whether you're getting a large roll-off dumpster for construction site use or a smaller dumspter for an apartment complex, the hot weather can wreak havoc with anything you put in the dumpster that may be able to rot. Even if all you'll put in there are pieces of concrete and wood, you can still take steps to stop the dumpster from becoming too hot to touch. Read More 

Your Guide To Choosing A Fire Hood As A New Firefighter Ll

If you will soon be graduating and will be starting your career as a fire elimination technician, it is important to know what features your new fire hood can have. For instance, you might be surprised to discover that there are different materials the new hood can be made of and that you can choose two different ways to protect your eyes. Given the cost of your personal fire hood and the importance of its use, the following questions about them will be quite helpful. Read More 

Simple Tips to Keep Your Portable Toilet Clean & Sanitary

Whether you're hosting a wedding, planning a concert or are remodeling your home, there are many instances when a portable toilet will come in handy. The reason you will need a portable toilet is also the reason why they can become unsanitary. Your portable toilet rental company will provide you with a clean, sanitary unit and provide you with plenty of tips to keep in that way. In addition to that invaluable information, here are a few extra tips to keep your portable toilet cleaner: Read More 

Tips For Protecting Your Septic Tank During Winter

According to Circle of Blue, approximately 21 million American homes feature a septic system. If you're not hooked up to the public sewer system and instead filter and house your home's waste in a septic tank, chances are you go to great lengths to ensure the system continues to run smoothly. However, no matter how hard you try to keep your septic system operational, there is a complication that is beyond your control: winter. Read More 

Having A Yard Sale? What To Sell And What Not To Sell

Yard sale, garage sale, rummage sale, or tag sale – no matter what you call it, selling your old, unwanted items can be financially smart. According to the Statistic Brain Research Center, the total weekly revenue from garage sales in the United States is $4,222,375. However, even a steep discount is not enough to sell some items at a garage sale. Here's a look at what to sell and what not to sell at your next sale. Read More