Tips to Help You Reduce Waste When Making a Move

You have probably not given it much thought, but did you know that when you move, you create a bunch of waste as well? It is true and it is avoidable. There are a couple of reasons why you want to eliminate as much waste as possible including helping protect the environment and of course, it will help make your big moving day that much easier. Ready to learn how you can reduce the most amount of waste? Let’s take a look.

  1. Avoid Purchasing Boxes

Many people think that they need to go out and purchase a bunch of boxes for moving day and let’s face it, many of these boxes can be quite expensive, especially if you do not shop around for the best price. Before you start comparing prices on boxes, check out all of the free sources you can get boxes first. For example, you can check out your local grocery store and ask the manager if they have any produce boxes to spare. Same thing goes for local home improvement stores and more. You will find that you can get all of the boxes you need for free, simply by asking.

Tips for Winterizing Your Chainsaw

When you think about storing items away for the summer, winter, or when you go on a trip, you do not likely think of your chainsaw as an item that needs to be winterized. In fact, you do need to think about your chainsaw, especially if you want it to work correctly when you pull it out of storage. Below, we will go over some tips to help you know how to properly winterize your chainsaw this season.

  1. Know Your Fuel

It is important and vital to the function of your chainsaw that you know what type of fuel is in your chainsaw. Most fuels used in small motors include ethanol and if you do not properly store your chainsaw, the ethanol fuel can have negative effects on the motor.

In fact, if you plan to store your chainsaw for more than three weeks, you should drain or use up any old fuel and then fill up the tank with fresh fuel and add a stabilizer to it. Doing this can help protect the motor and prevent the fuel from degrading and causing problems.