If you've recently purchased a parcel of land for construction of your dream home, you may be anxious to break ground and get the process started. However, for home sites situated on steep or rocky hills (or just above low-lying areas prone to flooding), installing a septic tank may be a challenge. If hooking up to a public sewer line isn't an option for your property, what should you do? Read on to learn more about the best septic system designs for challenging topography.
If the area surrounding your dumpster contains oil or grease, then you need to address the problem as soon as possible. Oil and grease-covered dumpster pads are not only unsightly, but also they can attract insect and animal pests and are a slippery hazard. Below is a multi-step process that will thoroughly clean both surface-level grease and oil and other grim that has seeped into the concrete itself. Below is how you can perform the cleaning:
When your home's asphalt shingles begin to curl, break loose, and crack from age, it is time to scrape them off your roof to make space for your home's new roofing shingles. Here are three ways to get rid of the one or more layers of old shingles from your roof.
Toss Them in a Dumpster
If your roof's old shingles are rotten and curling, making them unusable for reuse, an easy way to dispose of them is to dump them in a rented dumpster from a local garbage waste company like Road Runner Waste Service Inc.