How to Junk Lawn Equipment

There’s little more frustrating than to drag out your lawn mower, line trimmer, edger, or leaf blower only to find the junk lawn equipment won’t start. While most of the country enjoys a respite from lawn care, here in Florida the plentiful sunshine and subtropical climate make it practically a year-round chore. Though homeowners don’t have to mow and trim as often, it’s still necessary.

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How to Clean Out a Cluttered Basement

One area of the home we like to put unused but still somewhat wanted items is the basement. Homeowners routinely make trips down the stairs into the cluttered space to add one or more items to an already cramped space. Over time, it becomes practically impossible to negotiate all that stuff, and, if you have a need for the space, it leaves you with the daunting task of cleaning out your basement.

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How to Take Apart a Wood Swing Stand

A Beautiful Wood Swing Stand on Green GrassWood swing stands are built to last, but over time, the outside weather elements take their toll. Along with regular use, a wood swing can begin to buckle, making it unsafe to sit on and pose a safety hazard for pets which like to sleep under the shade these provide.

Because of the sheer size, you won’t be able to pick it up, put it in the back of a truck or on a trailer, and haul it away. Instead, you’ll have to take the entire thing apart and then dispose of it. Since these amenities are treated with chemicals and fortified with sealant to make them last, they cannot be cut up and burned.

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How to Remove a Bathroom Vanity

You’re tired of looking at your outdated bathroom vanity and decide that you’re not going to wait any longer to replace it. You’ve found one that you like and want to save on the cost by installing yourself. There’s just one problem, you’re not sure how to pull the old one out and install the new fixture.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised to learn that this is not a difficult project. You’ll only need a few tools, along with a set of helping hands, and a few hours to make the change to your bath.

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How Can I Dispose of an Old Boat

As the old saying goes, “a boat is a hole in the water into which you pour money.” More often than not, that expense doesn’t stop when the boat becomes usable or just too old and expensive to repair. Depending on the material from which it is constructed, the status of the engine and any electronics, the size and condition, your options will range from few to many.

Basically, it comes down to how motivated you are to take action and get rid of the eyesore vessel. It also depends on its size and condition, which bears repeating at least one time.

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How to Take Apart an Aluminum Shed

Aluminum sheds are a common storage feature in yards to store landscaping materials, garden tools, and lawn care equipment. These sheds are built to be highly durable and provide ample protection from weather elements. However, over time, and especially after severe inclement weather events, these structures can corrode and become damaged.

When in a state of disrepair, they become a safety hazard and no longer function in protecting lawn equipment, and garden tools and materials. Unfortunately, their sheer size makes it impossible to simply load onto a truck or trailer and haul away. Sheds must be dismantled in sections in order to be manageable.

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How to Compost Yard Waste

Yard waste is a byproduct of lawn and landscape care hand can be put to future use. Because it’s comprised of organic, natural elements, it works well for gardening and for growing plants and flowers in a softscape feature.

Often times, it can simply be combined and left to reduce on its own in a location away from a home’s exterior. The distance prevents pests from becoming a problem inside the home.

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How to Take Down an Above Ground Pool

How to Take Down an Above Ground PoolAn above ground swimming pool is an affordable way to cool off during the summer and because it’s not a permanent structure, most can be dismantled and stowed away for the fall and winter months. However, because these water oasis creature comforts are not as sturdy as their in ground cousins, the weather elements take a serious toll.

Over the years, an above ground pool will show signs of stress and age, complete with corrosion and possibly, rust. That not only makes it unsightly, it makes it a safety hazard and that’s when it’s time to collapse it, take it apart, and dispose of it.

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