Thursday, June 20, 2013

Taking On An Excavation For A Loved One


Cleaning up after giant piles of dirt and garbage is a difficult task. Getting rid of unwanted waste after an excavation in Louisville takes a lot of physical labor. Friends and relatives have a way of roping you into doing hard physical labor for them. It's perfectly normal for your mother-in-law to ask you to rent a machine from the hardware store and then tear up all the sod in her yard so she can plant a vegetable garden. She won’t be paying you in money but that’s alright. Vegetables are worth money and they’re delicious! With a little hard work, you’ll be reaping the benefits of having homegrown organic vegetables on your plate every day. 

Shortcuts to Make a Dirty Job Easier

You’re going to be moving about a metric ton of dirt during this process. Make sure you have a good place to throw it away. If you are lucky, your mother-in-law will agree to rent a dumpster so that you can get rid of the unwanted sod easily. You do not want to do this trip to the dump by yourself. That would mean being responsible for both loading and unloading the giant pile of dirt. With a dumpster rental, you can cut your work in half. You will only have to load the dumpster and then watch the company haul it away.
Accomplishing the Task and Reaping the Rewards

The sod has been torn up and shoveled into the giant rental dumpster. Your task is finished. The waste recycling company will come and take away all that sod. They will most likely charge you by weight. Take note of the poundage and feel accomplished. An average backyard sod removal contains at least 2,000 pounds of dirt! Way to step up and do something nice for your family. Sit back and enjoy some of your mother-in-law’s best lemonade once you finish with the excavation in Louisville. A hard-working person like you deserves a nice break. Go home and hit the showers, you probably have about five pounds of dirt plastered to your skin!

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