Who would have expected that two of the most newsworthy events of summer 2013 would be humongous floods hitting Calgary and Toronto, two of areas of Canada that are least likely to flood?
If anything, it shows us that Mother Nature spares no city or town across the world.
While we send our dearest condolences to those who were most effected by these natural disasters we want to help you prepare in the event a flood ever comes your way again.
The Canadian government has published a handy guide to help you not only prepare in the likelihood of a flood — but also how to deal with the aftermath of serious flooding.
Why We’re Proud Of Our Franchise Operators
For the last month or so, Bin There Dump That franchise operators in these two cities have been working tirelessly to provide residential friendly dumpsters to those unfortunate residents whose basements and homes were hit hardest.
Bin There Dump That has done a great job helping homeowners and Disaster Restoration companies get the soaked and contaminated debris off the property and safely disposed of.
They’ve been putting in 12- to 14-hour work days, and a ton of thanks and credit needs to go out to the drivers, office staffs and franchise operators at all the locations involved.
WELL DONE AND KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!