Thursday, July 18, 2013

Make Big Jobs Easier with a Great Muckaway Service

If you have done any type of remodeling or reconstruction job, you already know that getting rid of the waste is probably one of the biggest headaches. When we purchased our new home, we had to tear out carpet and wallpaper among other things and here where we live, the waste companies charge by the bag so you can imagine the expense we would have if we tried to get rid of everything that way.  It is much more economical (not to mention way less of a hassle) to hire a muckaway service to help you get rid of your waste.  If you are planning a big job in the future, consider these tips from HH & DE Drew LTD to get the best service for your needs.


*Consider the environment. Choose a company that recycles the bulk of your waste to help ease the impact of your waste on Mother Earth

*Make sure you choose the appropriate size skip (or dumpster as they are known here in the US) There are different sizes available depending on what type of job you are doing and you want to make sure you have a container big enough to hold all of your waste



*Call and schedule service at least a few weeks in advance before you start your job so you can ensure the containers you need are available 

*Make sure you discuss your job with the company. If you are going to be getting rid of hazordous waste materials, you might need a different type of container

*Make sure you check the rules for having containers on the streets if you are going to require this type of location. Local law enforcement or even the company providing the service should be able to tell you where you can and can't keep waste containers 

*Get an estimate in writing for what it's going to cost. The last thing you want is extra charges that you didn't plan for when the skip is picked up. 

Save yourself a lot of hassle and work. If you have a big job to get done, I would definitely suggest you consider hiring a company to help you get rid of the waste. It will save you so much time in the longrun! 

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