Flooring, jack hammers, and business cards
The only thing harder than starting your own business, successful or otherwise, is trying to start a successful blog. That's just a fact.
An added bonus but an even tougher ask, would be for that blog to have meaning. Actually, it would be nice for the business to bring some meaning too.
But, this is small junk removal company. Not exactly a world changer at this scale. So let's start small. A picture here, a video there, and maybe a funny post or two about the world of junk removal and recycling.
One of the projects we've been working on lately has been a lot of fun. Filled with those satisfying days that finish with sore muscles but a strong sense of having done some good work. Without further ado, here are some photos from that project for one of our favourite clients.
Stage one, get all the stuff out of the house. Most of this was already done by the time Orion showed up on the scene. Typically, we'd try to throw things off the deck into tidy piles.
Everyone thinks jack hammering is fun until hour five of jack hammering. Jack hammering will also vibrate your brain so much you forget to take photos of all the concrete walkways that had to come up too.
Unfortunately, that's all the photos that were taken. Hopefully we'll sneak back over there and take a couple more as the new patio is built. It was definitely some tough work that lead to some very sore muscles, but hearing how satisfied the client was at the end made it all worth it.
Oh, one last thing!
The other week we got our business cards, designed by the awesomely talented Kaycee Vandenberg.