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(805) 340-9338

Pat Zumbrun
Broker/Owner-SFR
Email Pat at patz4re@aol.com  
Cell: (805) 340-9338
BRE #01229401


Dave Zumbrun
Broker/Owner-SFR
Email Dave  at zman4re@aol.com
Cell: (805) 340-9339
BRE #01227683

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Ventura Christmas Tree Disposal is Easy as 1-2-3

Ventura Christmas tree disposal is as easy as 1-2-3. Strip it, cut it and set it in your brown bin for regular service. Includes garlands and wreaths.Christmas is over.  A brand new year begins at midnight tonight.  It’s time to take down your Christmas decorations.  For many in our Ventura community, that the tree.  But what do you do with it?  Ventura Christmas tree disposal is as easy as 1-2-3.

Ventura Christmas Tree Disposal

  1. Strip the tree.  Take off the decorations, tinsel, lights, etc.  Anything that wasn’t naturally a part of your Christmas tree needs to be removed from it before you toss it.
  2. Cut up the tree.  Before your Ventura Christmas tree disposal, cut the tree up into four foot sections or smaller.  This makes it easier to handle as well as ensures it will fit in your bin.
  3. Take it to the streets.  Put your cut up tree into your brown bin.  Then, place the bin outside your home on your regular curbside pick-up day.

Search homes for sale in Ventura CountySee?  Ventura Christmas tree disposal really is as easy as 1-2-3.  If you live in an apartment building or condo complex, talk to your property manager to see if they have a specified tree disposal area in your complex.  If you had your tree flocked, you cannot recycle it.  The flocking is can be poisonous.  Other natural trimmings, such as pine cones, wreaths and garlands, can also go in your brown bin for regular disposal.  These will all be ground up into mulch for use elsewhere.

We would like to leave you with one final though for the new year.  Just about everyone will be out celebrating tonight.  It’s great to have fun as long as you are responsible about it.  Make sure you have a designated driver before you go out.  Don’t have a designated driver?  Hire a driver for the evening.  Contact Uber.  Take a taxi to and from your destination.  You can always have a nice quiet celebration at home, too.  There is absolutely nothing wrong with that.  When there is a safe way to get to and from your festivities, take it.  Don’t become a tragic statistic.  Keep yourself and others safe this New Year’s Eve.

Dave and Pat Zumbrun, Your Ventura County real estate specialists

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