How To Improve Your Home Without Heavy Lifting

PODS Phoenix shares home improvement tips for your next project

PHOENIX - Arizonar -- Stress is a universal issue we all can relate to, but did you know people are using small DIY projects to beat stress? According to DIY STATISTICS, the average American home has 9 DIY jobs that need to be done and 36% of Americans take on a DIY project to make their living space more enjoyable.

A key service that PODS provides to ease the stress of DIY projects is to deliver their storage containers directly to your door. You can work on home improvement at your own pace and when your project is complete PODS will collect the container. They also offer the flexibility of offsite storage, saving you multiple trips back and forth to storage units. PODS Phoenix also provides these tips to help you organize all of your DIY projects:

Make a Plan Before You Start: Forming a plan before diving into your DIY project will help you stay organized and focused on the task at hand.

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Demoing Properly: Use a proper deconstruction method, meaning that it is important to do your product research from tools to solvents to know which are most cost-effective and safe for you. Also possibly try selling your items first, before throwing them away, then you store whatever you're keeping in one of our spacious PODS storage containers on site or more permanently in our climate-controlled storage centers.

Use Sustainable Materials and Products: Some good options to look for would be FSC certified wood & eco-friendly paint. It's all about balance whether it be based on budget, location, or project etc. There is a plethora of ways to shop sustainably and stay within your budget.

Minimize Waste: Reuse and recycle material you already have in-house and save your wallet and the environment.

"Home improvements can be overwhelming for any homeowner, but here at PODS, we strive to make our customers' lives easier with our delivery and pickup of their items, helping them achieve the results they are looking for," said Steven Figueroa, Territory Manager of PODS® Phoenix.

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