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2 Reasons You Should Consider Installing Exterior French Doors

Posted by on Nov 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2 Reasons You Should Consider Installing Exterior French Doors

If you are like most people, you might zero in on that interior paint color or those dated laminate counters when you start thinking about home renovations. However, those improvements pale in comparison to what your home might be like if you update your exterior doors. Here are two reasons you should consider installing French doors: 1: Improve Your Home’s Value Remodeling your office might seem like a fun project, but how much would the improvement actually boost your home’s value? Research shows that an office remodel has an average return on investment of around 48.9%, which means that if you spend $5,000, you will only make back $2,445. However, because brand new exterior doors can make your home look incredible, they carry a much higher return on investment. Although the price of exterior French doors varies significantly based on the door size and the design details you choose, a basic set of aluminum or steel French doors typically costs between $300 and $800. If you choose a fancy set with ornate detailing or reinforced panels, French doors might cost between $1,000 and $3,000. However, considering steel front door updates carry a 98% return on investment, you could expect to earn nearly all of that money back if you ever move.   Believe it or not, looks aren’t the only reason French doors add to the value of your home. Here are a few other reasons French doors are such an asset: Energy Efficiency: To keep hot or cool air from escaping from your home, some exterior French doors are made from energy efficient fiberglass and contain special glass that blocks UV light.   Easier To Move: Because French doors don’t contain a center beam, they can be opened wide to help people to move furniture, rugs, televisions, or other large objects into and out of the house. Before you balk at those French door prices, keep in mind that a new set of doors could help to regulate your home’s temperature and make your next move a breeze. 2: Create Versatile Living Spaces Entryways aren’t the only area of your home that might benefit from a few new French doors. Because French doors can be opened wide to create a large entryway, they can transform cramped spaces into open, versatile areas. For example, because older sliding glass doors contain a single fixed pane that doesn’t move, upgrading to French doors might help you to open up your space. This versatility makes French doors perfect for patios, master suite balconies or even kitchens that lead out to the backyard. Because French doors let all of the light through, they create an open feeling without blocking off the space. For example, that set of French doors might make your space more comfortable during your next garden party. Instead of having guests choose between staying outside or enjoying appetizers in your dining room, you could throw open those doors to let people roam as they please. If you are worried about French doors damaging your privacy, you shouldn’t be. French doors can be fitted with interior curtains like any other window treatment, or you could ask for decorative glass to limit visibility. For example, if you select bubbled glass, it might create a nostalgic look while making it harder for people...

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4 Ways To Update Your Bathroom

Posted by on Oct 15, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 Ways To Update Your Bathroom

When it comes to home renovations, most people immediately think of the big guns: the front lawn, the living room, and the master bedroom. One of the rooms that is most often overlooked when people think of such things is the bathroom. Why is this the case? It is a communal room that everyone uses – even guests; especially guests! So, why forget about it? There is no reason, and you shouldn’t forget about it, either. Although there are plenty of bathroom renovations that require a rather large bank account, don’t fret. There are plenty of repairs and remodeling jobs you can do on a budget. Throughout the course of this article, you will learn of 4 ways to save money on your next bathroom remodeling job. Accessorize One of the easiest, least expensive things you can do your bathroom is make sure you have plenty of accessories around to make your bathroom perhaps look a bit fancier than it actually is. Not only is this a cheap, easy “fix” it’s also something that won’t require that you pick up a solitary tool. Accessorizing is a simple phenomenon that can be something as easy as changing your old, perhaps a bit dirty, shower curtain with something newer, more modern and cleaner. Don’t skimp out on things like towels, either. A nice set of towels can make your bathroom look infinitely nicer, and they last a long time, as well. Paint Perhaps you live in a home that has a bathroom that hasn’t seen a paint job since the 1970s. What was once in vogue back in the day, like pink and avocado, hasn’t particularly aged well. You can have all of the newest, most modern looking fixtures in the world, but if they’re not placed against a good, solid paint job and instead butted up next to some dated looking colors, they’re simply not worth their weight. Make sure to buy premium paint, for several reasons. First of all, it simply looks better. Secondly, it will last longer and not look “spotty”. There’s something to be said for not having to slather on more than 2 coats of paint. Vanities and Fixtures Vanities and fixtures are accouterments that you can generally find on the cheap. In addition to that, it’s also perfectly acceptable to purchase vanities and fixtures that have been used, provided that you take a look at the product before buying it to make sure that it is in good aesthetic and structural shape. When looking for vanities and fixtures, make the rounds at all of the usual suspects, such as hardware stores and department stores, but don’t be afraid to look outside of the normal purview as well. Check out places like big box stores and check advertisements posted online in order to maximize your shopping experience. Showerhead Showerheads are another part of your bathroom that can generally be found on the cheap and can add to the aesthetics of your bathroom situation. There are a wide variety of showerheads to be found on the market, everything from your standard issue showerhead to showerheads that can also serve as a part time masseuse! Showerheads are another bathroom item that can often be found used and in good shape, so it is recommended that you check online...

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How To Properly Make Electrical Connections Using A Junction Box Mounted In Your Attic

Posted by on Sep 25, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Properly Make Electrical Connections Using A Junction Box Mounted In Your Attic

Adding a new outlet or light switch often requires making a connection with an existing outlet or switch. For most homeowners, this means running the wiring up through the walls and making an electrical connection in the attic. While this is not difficult to do, an improper connection can be a potential fire hazard and must be installed correctly. Below is how you can create wire connections the right way inside your attic: Tools and materials needed Wire strippers Utility knife Yellow-colored wire nuts Plastic electrical junction box Electrical tape Claw hammer Staple gun Junction box cover Phillips-head screwdriver Auxiliary lighting Face mask Step-by-step procedure 1. Make working safely your first priority – Before performing any electrical work, it is vital that you remember to keep safety at the foremost in your mind. That means you should always disconnect power at the main circuit breaker panel, and never rely on merely turning off switches to protect yourself. In addition, practice safe working habits while operating in the confined, dark spaces of your attics. Beware of stepping on unfinished floors to prevent falling through ceilings, and watch your head so you don’t sustain puncture injuries from exposed roofing nails. If you are sensitive to dust, be sure to wear a face mask to protect your respiratory tract. 2. Select a location for your junction box – Simply joining the ends of wiring together is not acceptable from a safety point of view nor will it satisfy code requirements. The connections must be protected inside a junction box, and your first task is to locate an appropriate spot to place it. The main requirements are that it be located on either a joist, stud or rafter, and it should be in a location where the wire is protected as it makes its “run” across the attic space. In addition, junction boxes should be kept accessible; do not wall it off or hide it in a location where it is difficult to access. 3. Mount the junction box – After locating a suitable spot to place the junction box, hold it firmly against the support structure so the lip of the box is flush with the edge of the wood surface. Drive the two nails already attached to the box into the wood, but be sure not to crack the plastic by forcing the nails too far into the wood. 4. Make the wire connections – Once the junction box is in place, punch out the wire hole tabs in the box; you will need one entry hole and one exit hole. Push the end of the wire coming from your existing connection through the box, being sure to allow about six inches of extra wire to work with for making the connection. Next, push the wire coming from the new fixture through the other hole and also leave a six-inch working section of wire. After both wire ends are inside the junction box, you need to strip insulation. For Romex-style wiring, cut the outer insulating sheath away from the wire to expose the inside strands. Next, use a pair of wire strippers to remove the insulation from the individual strands to expose ½-inch of bare metal on each wire. Match each strand of wire according to color: black-to-black, white-to-white and green-to-green....

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Is Your Garage Door Making a Racket? Here’s How to Calm it Down

Posted by on Sep 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Is Your Garage Door Making a Racket? Here’s How to Calm it Down

Imagine you come home late at night and open your garage door, only for it to make such a racket that it actually wakes up your loved ones as well as your neighbors. A noisy garage door could be a sign of underlying problems that should be taken care of as soon as possible. If you want to get a little peace and quiet out of your garage door, then here’s what you’ll need to do: Be On the Lookout for Loose Nuts and Bolts The constant opening and closing action of your garage door inevitably creates small amounts of vibration. Over time, the constant vibration can cause various bolts, nuts and other fasteners to slowly turn and back out of their sockets. This can cause the excess noise that is associated with a noisy garage door. You’ll want to check all of the bolts, nuts and screws holding various parts of your garage door in place, especially along the tracks and garage door frame. Make sure that each and every fastener is properly tightened. You can also opt to place rubber washers and inserts between the head of the fastener and the portion of the garage door surface. This essentially isolates the source of the vibration, allowing your garage door to operate more quietly. Lubrication Is Essential Keeping the various moving parts of your garage door lubricated is an essential job that can’t be ignored. Nevertheless, many homeowners forget to perform this relatively simple, yet important task. Lubrication not only helps reduce noise during operation, but it also prevents premature rust and corrosion from forming on the springs, hinges and other metal components subjected to constant movement. It’s a good idea to lubricate these parts at least once every 6 months. You can use white lithium grease or silicone spray to cover the rollers, chains, tracks, hinges and other moving parts. If you don’t have any white lithium grease or silicone spray on hand, you can also use motor oil as an effective substitute. The one thing you don’t want to do is use water-dispersing lubricants on your garage door components. These lubricants are not as durable as the previously mentioned lubricants. Listen for Popping and Creaking Springs As the torsion or extension springs that help hold up your garage door wear down, they can start popping, creaking and chattering. This is largely due to the spring coils weakening and making contact with one another. While proper lubrication can help bring some temporary peace and quiet, it’s only a matter of time before the noise starts again. You can determine if your garage door springs need replacement by raising your garage door by hand. As you raise and lower the door, listen for any creaking or chattering noises from the garage door springs. You can also test the strength of your garage door springs by raising the door partially, and then releasing the door. Aging garage door springs will allow the door to slowly sag downwards, whereas garage door springs that are in good working condition will hold the door with little to no sag. If you have to replace your garage door springs, it’s usually a good idea to have a professional take on the job. Contact local options through resources like Old Rollers Can Cause...

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Keep Your Bathtub Drain Clear With These Three Tips

Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Keep Your Bathtub Drain Clear With These Three Tips

It almost seems like bathtub drains were made to clog. Without a constant stream of drain cleaner, bathtub drains can quickly become full of soap scum and hair, turning your shower into a wading pool. Fortunately, there are some simple ways to keep this drain free of clogs without resorting to harsh chemicals. Remove a Clog Without Chemicals The first step in your new clog-free life is to get rid of as much build up as you possibly can. Rather than reaching for the drain cleaner first, there are several steps you can take before you get there. The simplest method is baking soda and vinegar. For a couple dollars, you can get a box of baking soda and a nice sized jug of white vinegar at any grocery store. Empty the baking soda into the drain and the start pouring the vinegar on top of it. Finally, run the hot water for 5-10 minutes to flush all the loosened up gunk out of the system. The resulting reaction will have the same scrubbing effect that most drain cleaners have– without the caustic chemicals.  You can also stop at the home improvement store for a pipe snake. These handy devices are similar to the ones that plumbers use, although they are often shorter. However, most clogs for near the opening of the drain, so a small pipe snake is usually all you need to pull out the mass that is blocking the pipe. Create a Maintenance Routine One big advantage you have by going without drain cleaners is that you don’t have to worry about the chemicals harming your plumbing (which they will do if you use them too often). This means that you can start taking preventative measures from now on. While baking soda and vinegar is one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal, it is not your only choice for a maintenance cleaner. If you dislike the smell of vinegar in your bathroom, test a few other drain cleaner recipes until you find one that works for you. Once you have a favorite, use it weekly to keep your drains at their best. As soon as you notice the drain starting to slow, hit it with the baking soda/vinegar combo to make sure it never gets to the point where you need something more serious to break up the clog. Keep the Drain Clear of Things That Cause Clogs Wouldn’t it be nice if your drain stopped getting clogged up in the first place? The two main ingredients in bathtub clogs are usually hair and soap. While it’s probably not a good idea to give up soap, it is possible to prevent a lot of the hair from getting down the drain in the first place. While they might be a bit icky to clean, those drain covers are a great way to minimize the amount of hair that gets into your drain.  Now that you’ve removed a major contributor from the picture, preventing clogs will mostly be a matter of not dropping things down the drain, and making sure soapy water is always followed by plenty of nice, hot rinse water. That, plus your maintenance routine, should go a long ways towards keeping the drain clear. While not every clog is preventable, most are....

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Are You A New Warehouse Manager? What You Need To Know About Pallet Jacks

Posted by on Aug 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Are You A New Warehouse Manager? What You Need To Know About Pallet Jacks

If you are new to managing a warehouse or factory, you need to know what pallet jacks are. In the warehousing industry, pallet jacks are used to move product for storage, and shipping and receiving purposes. They are often used for material handling in a factory setting to supply machines and workers with whatever is needed en masse for production. There are several types of pallet jacks available depending on your exact needs and, of course, your budget. Pallet jacks are, essentially, small forklifts. Here’s what you need to know about manual and battery-operated pallet jacks. Manual pallet jacks Of these, the most inexpensive is a manual pallet jack. This type of pallet jack is pushed and pulled by hand. The forks of the jack are pushed into the pallet and the pallet is raised by manually pumping the handle of the jack, which raises the pallet and allows it to be rolled around. The capacity of these jacks varies by design according to the general weight that you need to move. The pallet is lifted several inches and the weight bearing wheels are fashioned in a triangular design. This allows for easy, manual mobility of a pallet, even when it is full of product. By design, tremendous weight is easily moved with little effort of the operator. The turning capability is precise, which allows the operator to maneuver the pallet into tight spaces for storage and otherwise. Once in position, a lever on the handle of the manual pallet jack is squeezed, which allows the pallet jack to be lowered and the jack to be removed from underneath the pallet. The lifting and lowering of the pallet jack is accomplished by a hydraulic pump, which is easily operated by pumping the handle, and released by squeezing a lever that is located on the handle. Manual pallet jacks are practical for short-distance moving of pallets and/or product. There are product bins that are specifically designed to be accessible by manual pallet jacks. Battery-operated pallet jacks Another type of pallet jack is the battery-operated type. These types of jacks also have variances, particularly in weight capacity and battery size. Some of the battery-operated pallet jacks are designed for the operator to stand and ride on while driving the pallet jack, which is practical in large areas with significant distances to travel to relocate pallets of product. Of course, battery-operated pallet jacks are pricier than manual jacks. However, there are a few other things to take into consideration as well. One main thing is the concern for battery care and recharging. An area with a power supply will have to be available for the battery charging stations. Depending on the model and amount of continual usage, some require battery charging stations where a dead battery is hoisted from the pallet jack and a freshly charged battery is placed in. Other models and usage requirements may allow for the batteries to be plugged in and charged while the pallet jack is not in use. Caution: Operators need to wear protective equipment when batteries are charging due to the fumes they may emit. Choosing one or the other, or both The main deciding factor of which type of pallet jack to choose for your facility will likely be the size of your facility,...

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Finding, Fixing, And Sealing Roof Leaks

Posted by on Jul 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Finding, Fixing, And Sealing Roof Leaks

Few things cause more damage to your home than a leaky roof. Fixing a leaky roof is likely to cost you over $600.00, and this cost doesn’t include the potential property or structural damage that even a smallest leak can cause. So, if suspect that your roof might be leaking, here’s how you can find, fix, and seal most roof leaks this summer: Finding To find a roof leak you’ll need to use two of your most powerful senses: sight and smell. Smell: Before you even look at your roof, you should climb into your attic and give the area a good whiff. This step might seem odd but your nose can be more powerful than your eyes when you’re trying to find a roof leak. When you climb into your attic it’s important to your nose two to three minutes to adjust to the space’s general smell. Once your nose has adjusted, traverse the slowly space, smelling for any hint of dampness or mold. Your nose is likely to discern even faint traces of either smell. Sight: It’s a good idea to inspect your roof annually. Your inspection should canvass both above and below your roof. When looking above your roof, you should look for any signs of discoloration, sagging, cracking, or bulges. Visually examining the roof at roof level will help you quickly identify potential problem spots. When examining below your roof, you should look for the same types of anomalies, in particular, discoloration. If you find evidence of a leak you will need to pinpoint where the leak starts. When determining this spot, it’s important to remember that water runs downhill. Thus, most leaks occur at the highest point of discoloration or damage. Pinpointing a leak’s starting point is easiest from below your roof. Fixing Fixing a roof leak boils down to two concerns: surface integrity and slope. Surface Integrity: For obvious reasons, roofing materials are designed to be impermeable. These materials are waterproof, of course, until they’re not. The first part of fixing any type of leak is to restore your roof’s surface integrity. In some cases, this might be as simple as replacing a broken or missing shingle. While in some cases you might need to replace gutter flashing. Slope: The root cause of many roof leaks is improper sloping. Simply put, the more you’re able to allow gravity to remove water from your roof, the less likely it is to leak. Adding slope to your roof can be difficult. It’s important to consult your local building code before attempting to modify your roof’s slope. Sealing Now that you’ve managed to find and fix your leak, it’s time for the final step: sealing. Seal: The first step to sealing is choosing a seal. Not all seals work for all roofing surfaces. Regardless of your home’s type of roof, it’s important to choose a seal that’s rated to expand and contract without cracking or separating. Vinyl and silicone-based roof seals work on almost any type of roof. Application: When applying roof seal it’s important to clean the area off before application. Also, because most roof seals need time to cure, you’ll want to apply roof seal when the temperature is likely to remain between 55 and 80 (degrees Fahrenheit). In most cases you will want...

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An Ounce Of Prevention: Little Ways To Improve Safety At Your Construction Site

Posted by on Jul 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on An Ounce Of Prevention: Little Ways To Improve Safety At Your Construction Site

Great care is required to keep a construction site as safe as possible, both for you and your coworkers. If you’re looking for new ways to reduce your risk of accidents and long-term injuries, here are some tips that should help. Avoid Bending Your Wrists When You Work Carpal tunnel has a reputation for only affecting office workers, but it can actually be a serious risk for construction workers as well. When you spend several hours a day hammering in nails or turning screws, your wrist can take a lot of punishment. Unfortunately, it’s not one of the body’s most resilient joints, so repetitive strain injuries are a real possibility if you don’t modify the way you hold your tools. When you use a tool, keep your wrist as straight as possible. Never use just your wrist to move equipment or support its weight. Instead, use your whole arm to move things around, since your arm is stronger and can do much more work before wearing out. It takes a little practice, but once your train yourself to keep a straight wrist, you can eliminate your risk of being temporarily injured and missing months of work to recover. Be Mindful Of Your Tools’ Vibrations It’s a given that every power tool will vibrate at least slightly when you use it due to the force and speed of the actions it performs. Strong vibrations can be bad news if they come from a tool you use often, though. If a tool shakes too much while you use it, you have an increased risk of dropping it and causing an injury to yourself or another worker.  To battle this slipping risk, you typically would just grip the tool harder. Unfortunately, this can wear your muscles out and increase your risk for a repetitive strain injury. Shaking your hand about while you try to hold it still is hard on your joints as well. Worst of all, long-term exposure to tools that vibrate strongly can result in damaged blood vessels in the hands, which can progress to white finger, wherein the digits no longer receive enough blood. If you want to avoid these risks, look for tools that vibrate very little when used. You can find out how much a power tool shakes by testing it out in the store, asking someone who already owns one, or looking up videos of the tool in use on the internet. Never Purposefully Use The Wrong Tool When you’re at the end of a long day and you only have a few more little tasks to complete, it can be tempting to use the wrong tool for a quick job, especially if it’s the one you’ve been using all day. Maybe the right tool is back in your truck, or you’ll have to wait for a coworker to stop using it before you can get your work done, so why not just go ahead and do the work with the wrong tool? Answer: Because you’re much more likely to hurt yourself or others when you misuse your tools. Each piece of equipment you have is specially designed to do a specific job. Forcing tools to do the wrong job could damage the tool, ruin whatever you were working on, and send you to the emergency room...

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How To Assess And Repair A Washing Machine Drainage Problem

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Assess And Repair A Washing Machine Drainage Problem

Drain clogs are an absolute nuisance, but they are quite common when it comes to your kitchen and bathroom drains. Usually, the quick use of a plunger will help to dislodge the accumulation and you can go back to your usual tasks. On rare occasions, a plumber may be needed to snake the drain. The drains in your kitchen and bathroom are not the only ones that can clog though, and sometimes you will be faced with an unusual issue that turns out to be a clog somewhere else along the sewage or waste water lines. This is often the case when your washing machine fails to drain water after either a wash or rinse cycle. However, the problem is not always a clog. Keep reading to find out how you can determine if the problem is a clog or not and what you can do afterwards. Figuring Out the Problem If your washing machine fails to drain water, then the drain line connected to the appliance is clogged or the pump inside the machine is not working properly. The washing machine pump is responsible for forcing water, soap, and debris through the drain hose. If the pump is broken, then it will leave water in the washing machine basin. Unfortunately, the only way to figure out if the pump is broken is to replace it and see if the washing machine works again. Fortunately, the job is easy and the pump is not likely to cost you very much. If you do not want to complete the replacement on your own, then you may need to pay a professional over $200 to do the job. If you decide to try it yourself, then keep reading. Replacing the Water Pump Go to your local home store or contact the manufacturer who makes your appliance and order a new pump. Once you have the pump, remove the water from the inside of the washing machine with a wet/dry vacuum. Move the machine out from the wall and remove the screws from the back cover. Look for the old pump sitting in the lower right or left corner. If you are unsure of where the pump sits, then look for a drain line coming out of a square device. Screws are usually used to attach the bottom of the pump to the base of the washing machine. Prop up the corner of the machine on a brick or piece of wood and release the screws. Remove the drain hoses and the belt that activates the pump. Replace the part with your new pump, secure the hoses and belt, and replace the screws.  Once the replacement is finished, run the appliance through a small rinse cycle to see if water drains. If it does not, then there is a clog in the drainage line. Fixing the Clog Issue If you have determined that there is indeed a clog in the drainage line leading out of the washing machine, then try to remove the clog yourself. If you cannot, then a plumber will need to be contacted for assistance. The first thing you need to do is try to locate the clog. Most clogs either sit in the PVC drain pipe or near the trap further down the drain line. To find out if the...

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New Construction Business? 3 Important Tools Often Overlooked When Beginning A Construction Business

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on New Construction Business? 3 Important Tools Often Overlooked When Beginning A Construction Business

If you are just building your heavy equipment arsenal to use in your budding construction business, then you may think you have all the basics. While excavators, bulldozer, and other tools for building, digging, and demolishing are important items to have, you also need items to deal with the aftermath of construction and demolishing. That aftermath is the debris and trash left over, and you must be ready to tidy up on a daily basis during construction. You also need tools to complete remove all signs of building or excavation, so your final project stands out and not the mess left over. Make sure you purchase or make arrangements to rent these three important clean-up tools when planning your new business.  1. Dumpsters As you build and renovate, you will have a lot of trash and scraps not worth saving for another project. If you currently plan to bag this all up in trash bags at the end of each day, then you may be in for a shocker when you realize that this will be next-to-impossible when working some projects with a lot of large pieces of waste material left behind each day.  Look into your dumpster rental or purchase options now. You can buy a dumpster to transport to each project, but remember that you also must have an appropriate truck to haul the dumpster to and from each project and to the waste disposal facility when it is full. Another option is to contract out a dumpster service at first that will drop a dumpster off at each job and empty it as it fills.  2. Street Sweepers Along with the large pieces of scrap material and other large pieces of trash you can pick up and place right into the dumpsters, remember that there will be small debris that need to be swept up around your construction site during and after completion of a project. Even several workers with large brooms and dustpans may not be able to tackle this debris and leave a location spotless after completion of a job.  You need to look into your street sweeping options now, so you can ensure you don’t leave a mess of small building debris, sawdust, and even dangerous pieces of glass behind after a project. Your options are similar to dumpster options, and that means you can either purchase your own street sweepers for your workers to use or rent street sweeping equipment when you need it.  Another option is completely outsourcing your street sweeping, and having someone not just come and deliver a street sweeper for your staff to use, but also do the sweeping for you, so your staff can go home and rest after a long, hard day of work.  Which option is right for you depends highly on whether you have the funds in your budget to purchase a street sweeper to use now and whether you have enough staff members to do the job. You can always start by outsourcing your street sweeping, then deciding down the line whether the investment in your own sweeper will be worth it in the end or not. For more information on street sweepers, look at sites like 3. Street Scrubbers If you compared street sweepers to large, industrial, super-powered brooms, then street...

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