A three-bedroom home located in Sanger, Texas, is referred to as ‘beer can hoarding nightmare’, is listed for the reasonably low price of $89,800. From the exterior the home just looks like a fixer upper, with an overgrown lawn and the desperate need of a paint job. However, when looking inside the home there was a completely different story to tell, one that included a love for beer and recycling.
The Texas home was completely covered with empty cans of Natural Light beer. To top it off, there were monstrous cobwebs visible in each photo of the interior of the home.
With the median list price in Sanger, Texas being $232,000, the home is definitely a steal but would require a buyer who has a knack for flipping homes and the patience for a serious recycling haul.
This is a perfect job for a junk removal team. The clean -up crew has all the equipment and tools to remove the cans. Not to mention they have the men power to get through all of the rooms. As for the cans, the junk removal team can dispose it by taking it to a recycling center. This can be traded for cash instead of clutter. This house made so much hype that real estate site realtor.com had an interesting home to top their list of most-clicked homes this week.
It is a problem when it comes to heavy construction equipment coming up missing. They are not only expensive, but with so much demand it is easy for a thief to get a chance to steal at the job-site. Despite that machines and equipment are so big, stealing them is not a problem to them. Since the business lack the anti-theft or theft protection measures that business owners need to take.
Here are a few tips to reduce the chances of theft and ways to recover stolen property.
Indicate the parts and label them
It is very important that you use an inscription to indicate every part of the equipment, and have a note of these parts. This will not only help you to keep a track of the different parts of the equipment, but also, in case there is a theft, it will make it easier for the investigators to have a note of the part that is missing. Even after finding it, identifying it becomes a lot easier.
Use apps to monitor all activities
In today’s technology you can use ant-theft apps that can be installed in your system. It is super easy to have control and monitor at all times.
The most known thefts in construction sites have taken place due to the lack of surveillance the business has. It makes it easier for the thieves to steal when there is no surveillance or even when the lights are turned off.
Parking the heavy construction equipment
This is something that many business owners do not keep in mind. When you park your equipment, make sure you park it one after the other. Any possible thief that comes in the lot will find it hard to remove one of the vehicles or machines, without removing the other.
If you follow these easy tips for your junk removal business it will be super easy to keep track of all of your equipment. You will minimize the chances of theft. Anyone that comes in the lot will find themselves are really hard time to steal anything. Reduced theft can alleviate the business for any financial loss.
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The 6,200-square-foot mansion, with its waterfalls, tennis court, swimming pool and guest quarters, was bought by Kenneth Abdalla, an investment banker. Kenneth explained that the home had lots of repairs that need to be worked on. He believes it was much better idea to demolish the entire house and rebuild it completely.
Kenneth hired a team on demolition experts to get the home destroyed. Kenneth made sure he got on the bulldozer and got the first hit. The mansion was completely razed and old stories are left behind back in 360 North Rockingham.
Simpson lived in the luxurious estate for over 20 years. He stated he had no feelings in regards to the property being taken down. Simpson said that if he still owned the place, he probably would have done the same thing. He went on explaining “I remodeled the house twice and I said one day if I had the money, I’d probably tear it down and start over,” Simpson said.
Neighbors had a sense of relief now that the home spectators are going to come to an end. All of the crowd madness, cops, and helicopters surrounding the place for the past 4 ½ years is finally going to come to an end.