Home renovations are very exciting and fun but these tasks are hardly easy. When you are remodeling your home or simply redecorating there is always a lot of rubbish that needs to be removed from your property. All of that rubbish can be tough to collect and to haul away. A skip bin is one of the best solutions for your home renovation projects. These bins are incredibly sturdy, functional and make it super easy to keep your property clean and to clear out messes that will only end up in your way. There is no limit to the things that you can toss in your skip bin, but here is a list of the most common things that are normally placed in skip bins during home renovation projects.
Household items that are worn down, broken or out of fashion is tossed out into skip bins all the time. If your household items are still in good working condition then it is, of course, always best to donate these items to those in need. Renovating or recycling old household items can also be a great way to give new life to old household items. But your skip bin is the perfect place to get rid of all of those unwanted items like broken down refrigerators, microwaves and much more for which there is no hope.
Every renovation project has a lot of building debris that needs to be removed. Bricks, tiles, concrete, ceramic floors, roof tiles, piping and much more are all frequently tossed into skip bins. It is however important not to add prohibited items such as chemicals or asbestos to your skip bin.
Many renovation projects involve clearing some garden space which results in a lot of green waste. You can add all green waste like dead leaves, grass cuttings, plants, tree cuttings and ore to your skip bin and enjoy a clean home and yard.
Scrapped building materials
Renovation projects often involve a lot of scrap materials such as dried paint, cut-offs, packaging and all sorts of used up tools. It is, however, important to know that liquid paints are not allowed in skip bins and you might be charged extra if you do in fact add liquid paints to your bin. But there is an easy solution for this as well. Simply empty the paint out on newspapers and allow to dry. Once dried, the paint will be perfectly fine inside the skip bin.
Materials like steel and timber are frequently removed from property to make way for new building constructions. You can add all sorts of material waste like old steel cupboards, steel constructions, decking and floorboards into your skip bin and the waste will be taken to the dumps where they will be disposed of safely.
Of course, general household waste like plastic bags, bottles, food containers and much more is always included in skip bins during your renovation projects. These are also perfectly fine inside the skip bin even though you are also stocking up on other renovation waste.
Using a skip bin is the best way to get rid of waste during your renovation projects. At Crane Bins you can hire any sized crane bin so you will have plenty of space to stack all of your renovation waste. It is much better to get a bigger skip bin instead of filling your bin above the rim. To avoid filling your skip bin too high you can look for other ways to dispose of your waste such as through recycling. A skip bin makes it much easier to keep your property clean and tidy during renovations and is a must for any home upgrade that you might have in mind.