It’s every homeowner’s dream to be able to do a complete renovation to make that home look and feel like your dream home. If you are one of those lucky people who can afford to do this, remember the old saying “one man’s trash, is another man’s treasure.”
At T&G, we believe in reusing and recycling as many of our leftover scraps and materials as we can, and Habitat for Humanity is the perfect organization to make great use of all the excess materials that come with every project.
Donate leftover flooring to your local Habitat for Humanity
Any home renovation project has its fair share of waste. But, just because you didn’t like that perfectly good toilet in your bathroom, or the cabinets in the kitchen, or even the windows and doors in your home, doesn’t mean they aren’t going to be appreciated by someone less fortunate than yourself. When it comes to hardwood flooring, the T&G crew are always trying to minimize waste and give back whenever possible.
If you are embarking on a renovation project in your home, whether you are upgrading your windows for energy efficiency or installing brand new hardwood floors, anything that you don’t want will be much appreciated by someone else. The good people at Habitat for Humanity in Denver – or wherever you are – are always looking for unwanted home improvement materials, new and used, and will quickly turn your “trash” into someone’s “treasure.”
Don’t let leftover building materials go to waste
We know you need to lose weight and exercise more, but while you’re working on improving yourself physically, make a point to give back to someone less fortunate than yourself. Not only will it change a person, or a family’s, life, but you’ll feel good about yourself. Feeling good is a great motivator. Feeling good can help you get motivated to lose weight or achieve any other goal you set for yourself this 2016. So, start by doing something good for others, then ride that awesome feeling all the way to the gym. Everybody wins!