Fall projects and perfect roll-off container size to get everything ship shape before winter.
Fall has come to Georgia and the days are cool and beautiful. The blasted summer heat has finally died down. Days are starting to get shorter and the kids are getting excited about Halloween. It’s also a countdown for all of those summer and fall home projects that need to be wrapped up before Old Man Winter comes to town.
If you’re hustling to finish projects before the last leaves hit the ground, R & R Container services can help in a number of ways. Keep working those weeknights and weekends and call R & R to rent a roll-off container that you can fill on your own.
12 cubic yard container: 14 feet wide, 8 feet long and 3 feet tall and works great for:
- Garage cleanouts
- Basement or attic declutterings
- Removal of single layer roof shingles
- Old carpets or flooring
- A rotting deck that needs to be hauled away
- One room remodeling projects
15 cubic yard container: 14 feet wide, 8 feet long and 4 feet tall and works great for:
- Major home improvements
- Construction on a new home
- Complete home declutterings
- Removal of a garage or outer buildings
- Window and siding replacement of an average sized home
What are you working on this fall? A new tree house for the kids? Or maybe a new kitchen for the love of your life? How about a new tool shed or maybe it’s time to replace the old windows and siding to keep the cold out and your heating bills down.
I remember my grandfather and my dad always started projects when cooler weather returned. There was the smell of fresh paint, new wood or putty and lots of banging, clanking and sometimes words I was not supposed to hear. But as a kid I loved to help and there was no better time to be outside, enjoying the fall air.
Don’t struggle with unfinished projects. Get the kids, pick up the hammer or paint brush and head outside for some family time and glorious weather.
When it comes time to haul away the debris or unwanted items call R & R Container Services at 770-975-9554. They love the fall and being apart of the Acworth community and all the home owners.