What Is It?
A 30-day period during which you declutter one area of your home each day.
After a busy summer with family and friends here in Massachusetts, the kids are going back to school and there’s enough time to tackle some big jobs.
When a house is put on the market, the main goal is to make sure it’s as attractive as possible to potential buyers. One of the most cost-efficient ways to gussy up your home is to clean it thoroughly.
Are you getting ready to sell a house? Here are some quick cleaning tips for getting your home market ready:
You don’t have to wait for Earth Day to come back around before talking to your kids about the importance of recycling. But is just talking about it enough?
If you don’t already recycle in your home, give yourself the opportunity to open up the conversation with your family. Talk to your kids about the importance of recycling and how it can help our environment.
It seems that everyone is running around keeping busy nowadays, so it can be difficult to make sure you keep your home and yard free of junk and clutter. With such busy schedules, it’s a good idea to cultivate a few good habits that will help you keep things clean, neat, and organized.
If you can dedicate one or two hours per month to work on reducing the junk and clutter from your living space, you’ll soon find that you save quite a substantial amount of time in the long run. Take a look at these 5 tips for staying junk free:
Who Pays For Illegal Dumping? The answer might surprise you…
You do. We all do. Illegal dumping affects the entire community as a whole, and the cost of cleanup falls back on everyone. Each year, a portion of our tax dollars are specifically allocated to clean up illegal dumping. These tax dollars are resources which could otherwise be going toward healthier school lunches, cost-free preschool programs, road and bridge work, or even back to you as the tax payer.
Someone needs to clean up the mess caused by illegal dumping, and that task ultimately falls upon the local municipal government.