How To Dispose of Old Boats & Watercrafts

You can learn to dispose of old boats and watercraft, but you need to have some thought about this because you will start noticing that there are a lot of things that you can do to make those old boats and watercraft turn into cash. You have probably thought about boat rentals in Jonestown TX because now you can just rent a boat and now you can get rid of the things that you have had to hold onto that you did not really want to deal with. Someone who has had problems with their boats in the past can get rid of those boats, but they should go through a few steps that will make it easier to dispose of them in the right way.

The first thing that you can do is to make it clear that you are ready to get rid of this boat in all the parts. There are a lot of parts that you will want to get out of the boat, and you will notice that you can have the boat completely pulled apart. You will have a lot of people who will want to have the parts that come from your boat, and you can sell of… Read More

Get a Better Pricing to Your Home on Sale by Renting a Dumpster to Clear Your Trash That is Piled Up

The economy is plugging straight back from the long hit of the recession. Throughout the recession most of the large houses were left either without rental or without being sold there by ending up in adding the trash in the vacant home. The regained economy is probing the owners to either to rent these domiciles or resell these domiciles.

These homes will fill your account with some dough only when a better look is given to them by clearing the trash that is accumulated or go for renovation of the property if required. You can just assume the amount of trash that’s generated in the house and the extent it gets spoiled if it is left vacant for more than year. Wiping huge trash that is piled up since a year on self is hardly possible and you sometimes will be required to go for partial renovation to attract the consumer and pick a better price. You also end up in piling up green yard waste on trimming your lawn to give your property a better appearance. Hiring a dumpster … Read More

Two Tone!

I found this old chest of drawers on Craigs list! The top drawer was messed up, so we fixed it right up! I decided to go with a two tone look for this project! I used Sherwin Williams Bright White for the base, and a color called “VEIL” for the drawers and spray painted the handles white!!
BEFORE
AFTER!… Read More

How To Dispose of Old Boats & Watercrafts

You can learn to dispose of old boats and watercraft, but you need to have some thought about this because you will start noticing that there are a lot of things that you can do to make those old boats and watercraft turn into cash. You have probably thought about boat rentals in Jonestown TX because now you can just rent a boat and now you can get rid of the things that you have had to hold onto that you did not really want to deal with. Someone who has had problems with their boats in the past can get rid of those boats, but they should go through a few steps that will make it easier to dispose of them in the right way.

The first thing that you can do is to make it clear that you are ready to get rid of this boat in all the parts. There are a lot of parts that you will want to get out of the boat, and you will notice that you can have the boat completely pulled apart. You will have a lot of people who will want to have the parts that come from your boat, and you can sell of… Read More

HAPPY NEW YEAR~

Well as we are nearing the end of 2012, I have been looking back on all of God’s blessings of the year! I must admit, there have been years that I cannot wait to be over with. Hoping for a better new year, and dreaming of what the future will hold. However this year, has been a year of dreams coming true for me, so I kinda hate to see it go! Back in March I found a little old house just a few blocks from my house that is a flower shop. I stopped in and asked if she rented space and told her what I do, and she agreed to rent me a “bedroom” size area for my little shop! While it was great to be there, it was not exactly what I had dreamed of, but it was a good start! I was there for 4 months, and in July, I noticed a building that had a “FOR LEASE” sign out in the front. I went to school with the owner of the building, so I called and asked how much the rent would be! I was in “STICKER SHOCK” and thought that I would never be able to do it. I was with a friend and we started thinking of … Read More

5 PATACAS COIN

2.7 cm diameter
Macau is about 40km south of Hong Kong, I think. It was a Portuguese colony from the 16th century until 1999. When I went there in 1997,  I found out that the first language was Cantonese, the second Portuguese. I found that out by not being able to talk to anyone. I would just point at food items and hand people patacas. I’m pretty sure I got a fare deal most of the time…. Read More

The Dumpster

Come on in and make yourself comfortable in our fully furnished 33 square foot house. Did we mention it’s a dumpster? While the project could have been centered around a large cargo container or a tiny house, we decided on the dumpster. A dumpster is the perfect symbol to present themes on waste and consumption in an engaging way. It’s weird. It’s fun. It gets the wheels of imagination turning.

Year 1

Over the course of the first year we transformed the dumpster from a rusty, dirty waste receptacle, to a bare camping box, to a rust-proofed box, until we made our first major interior change and added the false floor. We’ve been through a few design refreshed, wired up the dumpster with sensors that are streaming dumpster conditions. See them here. We changed the roof to help with the leaks, and after 6 months we connected to the grid and installed air conditioning. 

What’s next?
Our design process is iterative. We are working on the n… Read More