Big news for Charleston development that’s been a decade in the making. The North Charleston City Council approved the final phase of a new neighborhood in the Liberty Hill area. These Earthcraft certified green homes will be city-developed and will be an addition to the ongoing Oak Terrace Preserves project. This final step of the project won’t come without a price tag, however. The cost will be nearly $2.7 million dollars, but in time it will give the city more money by boosting the land value from $4 million to $80 million.
Residents are ambivalent about the final phase of this project, however. Some are unhappy because they are paying more in taxes, while others are smitten because when they sell their homes in the future they’ll make a profit on their purchase. When all is said and done, Oak Terrace will boast around 500 homes, and those homes are being sold to people of all ages, from newlyweds starting their family to elderly couples looking for a place to spend their golden years.
Constructing the Big Picture
With projects of this scale, there’s a lot of waste produced. And all of this waste needs to go somewhere. Roll-off dumpsters are a great answer to that issue. They’re easy to deliver, easy to load up, and they’re easy to haul away. A well-placed waste container can do wonders in terms of keeping a work site from getting out of control and overflowing with refuse. This is especially true when there are people living in the area, some of them with small children.
Open-top dumpster rentals can be confusing if you don’t go with the right company. When you need one of your own, whether you’re a homeowner or a contractor, make sure that you are renting with the good guys. Keep an eye on the specifics of the terms of service, and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions. You want to be sure going into the project that you have exactly what you need. Remember that most companies have multiple sizing options to choose from as well. You have more than one choice when it comes to roll-offs, so call us to make sure you are getting the perfect size for your particular job. No two projects are ever the same.
Source: Live5 News
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