Lincoln Household Services
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Lincoln NE | Omaha NE | Council Bluffs IA
Open Monday to Sunday
5:00 am to 11:30 pm
WE RECOMMEND OUR SISTER COMPANIES IN OMAHA AND LINCOLN NEBRASKA FOR ALL YOUR BUSINESS AND HOUSEHOLD NEEDS:
LNK Cleaning Company
CONTACT: (402) 881 – 3135
SERVICES: Office Cleaning, House Cleaning, Building Cleaning, Janitorial Services, Post Construction Cleaning, Maids Service, Move In Out Deep Cleaning, Floor Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning
HOURS: 6 AM – 11 PM MON TO SUNDAY
LNK Junk Removal
CONTACT: (402) 590 - 8090
SERVICES: Junk Removal, Hauling, Furniture Removal, Mattress Removal, Couch Removal, House Cleanout, Garage Cleanout, Property Cleanout, Appliance Removal, TV Disposal
HOURS: 6 AM – 11 PM MON TO SUNDAY
Omaha Junk Disposal
CONTACT: (402-) 590-8092
SERVICES: Junk Removal & Hauling & Furniture Removal, Couch Removal, House Cleanout, Office Cleanout, Storage Unit Cleanout, Garage Cleanout, Basement Cleanout, Yard Waste Removal, Mattress Removal, Sofa Removal, TV Removal.
HOURS: Monday to Sunday 6 AM – 11 PM
Price Cleaning Services Omaha
CONTACT: (402) 575 – 9272
SERVICES: Office Cleaning, House Cleaning, Building Cleaning, Janitorial Services, Post Construction Cleaning, Maids Service, Move In Out Deep Cleaning, Floor Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, Call Center Cleaning, Day Care Cleaning, Pre-Sale Deep House Cleaning
HOURS: Monday to Sunday 6 AM – 11 PM
MCC Cleaning Omaha
CONTACT: (402) 810-6320
SERVICES: Regular Cleaning, General Cleaning, Office Cleaning, House Cleaning, Building Cleaning, Janitorial Services, Post Construction Cleaning, Maids Service, Move In Out Deep Cleaning, Floor Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, Call Center Cleaning, Day Care Cleaning, Pre-Sale Deep House Cleaning, Commercial Cleaning, Foreclosure Cleaning, Restroom Cleaning
HOURS: Mon to Sun 5:00 AM – 11:30 PM
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Lincoln Household Services is the cleaning, janitorial services, junk removal and handyman solutions for residential and business customers in Lincoln Nebraska. Lincoln household services offer high quality commercial and residential cleaning, maids service, housekeeping and junk removal service. With cooperation of Lincoln Handyman Services, Lincoln Household Services also offer handyman, home repairs, maintenance, building maintenance and renovations services. Our goal is to be your one-point solution for business and household services for your house, office and properties in Omaha Lincoln Nebraska metro area.
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Lincoln Household Services Glass Removal
Glass is an important resource that can recycled and reused. Any type of glass can get recycled. Glass is separated by color and type. When glass gets recycled it gets turned into new glass for bottling, industrial products, asphalt, etc.
We salvage glass from residential, commercial and industrial windows; glassware, bottles and lab products. We can recycle glass products of all sizes and any color.
For large amounts of glass that we recycle, we can provide a recycling certificate.
Glass in the trash can spell danger. Those handling glass, particularly broken glass, are at risk for potentially serious cuts. Neighbors walking past broken glass at the curb are also in danger of harm, especially pets and children who may be more curious to pick up or eat shards of glass. It’s important to know how to properly dispose of glass, broken or not, to protect those around you.
If a baseball somehow found its way through your kitchen window, you probably have a real mess on your hands. What should you do with the broken glass? Toss it right into a bag and throw it to the curb? NO!
Follow these steps to handle broken glass:
Wrap the glass in a cloth and very carefully break into smaller pieces
Lift the cloth and put into a box
Stuff more cloth around to fill the box
Close and seal the box with strong tape such as packing tape
Make a disclaimer, “DANGER” or “BROKEN GLASS” very clearly on the box with a marker
Keep the box out of reach from children and pets until garbage day
Send to the curb on the day of your garbage
*Avoid wrapping broken glass in newspaper – the glass will cut through the paper and be a hazard to those handling it.
In the case of whole glass such as a mirror (good thing you didn’t break that) or a decorative glass vase, you have many options for disposal.
Consider donating the objects to a charity. Decorative items, dishes, and furniture are always appreciated by charitable organizations.
You can also repurpose the glass. For example, many home improvement stores now sell kits to update large bathroom mirrors with a framed edge for a more modern look. Mirrors are expensive, so this is a great way to save cash and change the look of your home at the same time.
Recycling glass is a bit more involved. Different types of glass contain different chemicals that may prohibit them from being recyclable. If in doubt, always check with your local recycling company to verify whether or not your glass products can be sent to the recycling bin. Food and beverage containers should be rinsed out thoroughly before being recycled.
Glass items that CANNOT be recycled include:
Mixed colors of broken glass
RECYCLED GLASS IS GOOD FOR EVERYONE
Glass packaging for food and beverages is an outstanding choice, as it is 100% recyclable and can be recycled endlessly. Very few other packaging options can tout this claim. Here are a few other interesting facts highlighting the benefits of glass:
With every ton of glass that is recycled, over 1 ton of natural resources are saved.
For every 6 tons of glass recycled, 1 ton of carbon dioxide is reduced.
Recycled glass can be substituted for 95% of raw materials.
Glass recycling helps to reduce emissions and raw material usage and extend the life of manufacturing plant equipment.
For every 1000 tons of glass recycled, 8 jobs are created.
AFRAID OF GLASS? WE’RE NOT!
Glass is great! It serves as an excellent packaging source for the food and drinks we consume. It can be used over and over again, thus helping to protect and preserve our environment as well as being turned into beautiful decor. With all of these benefits, it is important to be aware of the dangers of glass, particularly broken glass, and dispose of it properly. Have a project requiring the disposal of a large amount of glass? Let Lincoln Household Services Junk Removal handle the hard work for you. Handling broken glass might be intimidating, but have no fear! Give us a call today for a free estimate for your project and let us handle the rest!
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