What to do with that old desk

Here at Gone for Good we run into companies and homes that are getting rid of old desks and electronics. We can search on the Internet and find the correct way to recycle our e-waste. It gets a little more difficult when trying to find a better home for that beat up old desk. Enter… Read more »

Decluttering Your House: The Benefits

Clutter. The dreaded “C” word. It’s something that we all have had to deal with at one point or another over the course of our lives. While most of us are fortunate enough to be upwardly mobile enough to be able to purchase stuff (in some cases, lots and lots of stuff!), oftentimes we don’t… Read more »

How We Can Assist You in Selling Your House

As May transitions into June, we are officially set to hit summer. And that means (among other things) that it’s moving season. According to the most recent census, almost 12% of the total United States population moves every year. On average, families in the U.S. sell their homes about every 6 to 7 years. One… Read more »

Waste Free Wednesday

In honor of “Waste Free Wednesday,” we’ve put together a nice little list of common household items (plus a few bigger ones too) that people often throw away, but it would be more advantageous to recycle instead. We preach it all the time, because it’s such a huge part of what we do. So without… Read more »

Turn Trash Into Cash

People have a tendency to throw so much stuff away without giving it a second thought. We’re all guilty of it at one time or another. But aside from bigger items that could end up being worth money if you took them to be appraised the next time Antiques Roadshow comes through town, we’ve compiled… Read more »

Recycling Your Electronics

Tossing millions of computers, TVs, and cell phones into landfills poses serious health and environmental risks. Electronic equipment contains toxic materials, including lead, cadmium, and mercury, that may leak into the soil and ground water when disposed of in landfills. Tossing millions of computers, TVs, and cell phones into landfills poses serious health and environmental… Read more »

The Dangers of Dust

In our line of work it is not uncommon to come in excessive contact with “dust collectors”. Yes, items in your basement that have been long forgotten since they were relegated to the deep recesses of your cave. In our line of work it is not uncommon to come in excessive contact with “dust collectors”…. Read more »

Wood Recycling

Navigating Your Way through the Forest of Wood Recycling Do you feel like you’ve started the New Year on the right path, clear of all bumps and stumps along the way? Or, are there a couple big logs, literally, looming in your lane? If you haven’t already done so, you need to navigate your way… Read more »

Assisted Living Assists the Caregiver as well as Those in Their Care

We live in a society which supports and celebrates self-sufficiency. It no longer takes a village to raise a child; rather, it takes one self-contained parent possessing all the faculties and innate resources required to rear, in our minds, equally as competent children. So, it’s no wonder that we also support the single-handed care of… Read more »