Home renovations can improve the look and flow of your home, but they also inevitably create debris and waste. Usually, the amount of debris created by home renovations is surprising to the unprepared homeowner. Then you are faced with figuring out what to do with all the insulation, piping and plaster you don’t want (among other things). Don’t wait until the end of your project to figure out where your home renovations debris will go. Planning ahead can save you a lot of headaches in the long run.
Some items can be donated if they are removed carefully from your home. Here are some of the things you can donate during typical home renovations:
- Unwanted windows
- Light fixtures that are no longer needed
- Appliances that are in working order
- Furniture that is being replaced or removed
Donations of this type will also reduce the amount of debris you need to remove. For debris and waste that cannot be donated, a roll off dumpster may be just the thing you need for your home renovations. These large metal containers come in various sizes, so be prepared to discuss what you are going to put in yours and how much you anticipate disposing. This will help you get the best size for your job. You will also want to consider the space available on your property for your dumpster. If you need to place it on the road, you may need a permit before it is delivered. You will also want to plan for how long you will have it. With some preplanning, you can get cleaned up from your home renovations faster and get back to enjoying your new space.