It’s time for a fresh look, a new feel, a different interior design! The excitement is palpable at the thought of the way your home will look after the renovations are done. You are ready and deeply inspired to begin the dirty work but there’s just one challenge, in with the new and out with the old?…just where exactly will the old go,because no ugly messy renovation trash is going to be strawn on your newly renovated house!!
Get that rubbish out!
1. Establish what you will be getting rid of
Yes,before you put on that overall, break down that wall or start covering your furniture up, establish what you’re throwing out,which walls are being broken down,or doors taken off its hinges.
As you do this you will be able to begin to see what can be recycled and what can be truly thrown out as rubbish! Categorizing this can help you to see how much input will be needed in organizing your trash so that it doesn’t become an additional headache for you. It also helps you establish the costs involved. Many do not realize that home improvement costs are not limited to the new changes but also include the waste removal costs.
2. Establish the most efficient way of rubbish removal
Efficiency in rubbish removal is in reference to cost, speed (time) and safety.
Some items can be donated to donation centre’s that are able to use these items for other needy people. This could be anything from an old carpet,old TV set, broken furniture,windows and more.
But on the other hand, no need to stress yourself, just leave this to the waste disposal companies to advice. Make those calls, ask around and find out about all the waste disposal options available in your area. One efficient method of waste removal that is becoming more common is the use of skip bins!
Heard of skip bins? This is basically a waste container designed for loading onto a particular type of garbage truck. They are durable and tough, and your muscle man worker will not be able to destroy it easily no matter what he throws in there!
They are great for construction and demolition.
You basically need to;
ü Know The quantity of waste you want to remove. This will help you determine the size of the skip bin you need to use. The right size is key in ensuring safe disposal and in a cost effective way.
ü The type of waste. This information is important for the sake of safety and cost benefit.
ü Establish that you have sufficient space for the size of skip bin that you require and finally
ü Hire the skip bin!
How to hire the skip bin
You can simply begin by asking your local garbage collector. They sometimes offer the services themselves or are networked to skip bin handlers. Skip bin hiring services are becoming more common. A quick online search can help to find a local supplier.
The professionals in the industry also have these contacts. Your plumber, construction worker and all these professionals can direct you to a local supplier. Once the skip bin is on site is load your trash on there and the waste company will remove that rubbish for you by lifting the skip bin into their truck.
Simple and efficient.
With no trash to worry about, relax and enjoy your newly refurbished space!