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Rubbish Removal Guide: How to Make This Process Simple and Secure

by Louise W. Rice

You can get some useful information before you start removing rubbish from your homes. Based on this, we will distribute a guide on how to make this process as simple and secure as possible. Let’s begin!

1. Time needed to clean the house

To begin with, make a simple calculation of the time you will need to clean the house. A job done by two people will require 1/2 day for each room, depending on the amount of waste. Another factor on which the time you will spend cleaning your house will depend is: Will you need rubbish removal experts or will you do it yourself? If you have hired professionals for this job, you will need much less time.

2. What to keep and what to throw away

Once you have calculated your time, it is time to decide between the items you will keep and the ones you will remove. Many of the items may be needed by you and your family as they may still be functional. Also, items that are in good condition do not have to go to a trash can. They can be donated or sold.

Waste separation is simple. You can collect the ones you want to throw in one room and the other in another room. Or, if you do not want to move your waste, you can use colored labels to separate them. Example: red for ‘keep,’ orange for ‘sell/give away,’ and green for ‘remove’.

When it comes to junk removal, you should not be merciful. While separating your items, keep those items that will really get you to work; otherwise, it will all be a waste of time.

3. Estimate how much stuff you have to remove

Before you pick up the phone and ask for help, you need to determine the amount of waste you have to remove. It is not said to be exact with the volume that the waste will occupy in a skip been or in a van. It is enough to have an idea approximately.

You can determine how big the pile of rubbish you have collected or how many items you want to remove and in what size they are approximate. Once you have done this, decide on how you will remove the waste from your home and get an estimate based on the volume of waste.

4. Arrange the rubbish removal

You have already done more than half the work. You have made the waste separation list and an estimate for what will be removed. Let’s take it step by step:

a. Movement of objects

When it comes to moving items from one house to another, you can look for a moving partner. This will ensure a safe movement of your belongings, without damaging them, to your new home. This also applies when you want to donate them.

On the other hand, you can rent a van or a truck to transport your belongings. When it comes to donating and contacting one of the charities, you can ask for help from them. Often these associations offer the means to transport the items to be donated.

b. sale and donation

The web is a great place to sell unwanted household items; the most popular channel is eBay. It’s not difficult. All you need is a mailbox for shoppers who have questions and some tips for using eBay. For larger items, they are probably best sold through a local auction house or second-hand furniture dealer.

For the items you want to donate, the charity shops generally take various items besides electronic equipment and furniture. If you have decided to donate furniture, you can try the Furniture Reuse Network in the UK.

c. Disposal

3 most practical ways to dispose of waste: DIY (do it yourself), rubbish removal companies, skip hire.

#1. DIY

If you have enough time and energy, you can do the removal of waste yourself. You can put them in the trunk of a car, or you can rent a van based on the amount of waste. You can also contact your waste disposal council.

#2. Rubbish removal companies

The easiest and fastest solution is to organize your service with an expert company. In general, private companies do all the work, from collecting waste, setting up, loading them in the van, and recycling waste. This can be called a time and energy saving for you.

#3. Skip Hire

This is a kind of solution between the two mentioned above. Hire a switch which is usually placed outside the premises, and you fill it yourself. You will need a permit from the council if parked on the street. Prices vary greatly depending on the size of the skip hire and the cost of each permit.

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