What to Do If Your Skip Fills With Rainwater

In rare cases, skips can get full of rain. If you have hired a skip and it's gotten full of rainwater, there are a few things you can do. Take a look at these tips. They will help you get the water out of your skip: 1. Uncap the drain Skips all have a way to release water, and if yours is full of rainwater, it may have a drain with a stopper that is closed. [Read More]

Surprising Reasons to Get Rid of All That Junk in Your Home

If your home is very cluttered with old furniture that is not salvageable, electronics and small appliances in need of repair, clothes that are torn or stained, and other such things that make them good candidates for the trash, you might consider calling a junk removal service. You may be hesitant to let go of items, even things that are no longer useable by anyone, but note a few reasons why this might be a good idea for you. [Read More]

3 Key Points to Consider Before Hiring Skip Bins

Skip bins give homeowners the opportunity to neatly dispose of their clutters. As a homeowner, you probably have to perform tasks like cooking that tend to create a lot of waste. With the introduction of garbage collection companies to dispose the waste, one needs to find ways to neatly keep the garbage as it awaits pick-up by the garbage collectors. This is the point where skip bins come in handy. Highlighted below are three key points that will help you select the most suitable skip bins for your home rubbish removal needs. [Read More]

Tips to Help If You Have Too Much Rubbish for Your Skip

You are halfway through your project, and you've just realise your skip doesn't have enough room for the rest of your rubbish. This can be incredibly frustrating, but luckily, in most cases, there are ways you can fit more into your skip. Here are a few tips to help you: 1. Shed the water weight. If your skip is full of water, it won't hold as much as it should, and the water will also increase the weight of the skip. [Read More]