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If you’re scratching your head and asking which skip size would best suit your home project, then you’re in luck. This month we’re going to take a look at a variety of home DIY tasks, explaining the type of waste materials involved and which size skip would best suit that particular bit of work.
If you’ve never undertaken your particular project before, or you’ve forgotten just how much waste you produced last time, it can be hard to know which skip size to hire. Now, with our handy guide, you’ll be able to confidently order a skip for your home DIY project.
Getting out there in and amongst the jungle that is your plants, trees and hedges can mean that you produce a lot of garden waste. Alternatively, it could be some hard landscaping you’re looking to get done, with old paving which needs disposing of along with quantities of earth you’ve dug out.
Tired of looking at your green bathroom suite from the 70s? Or do you need to remodel to get the most out of the space? Whatever the reason, you’re going to need a way to dispose of all the old bathroom fittings to make way for a shiny new set.
Whose turn is it to do the the dishes? If you hate the sight of your kitchen, or if you’ve just moved into a new home and want to make it your own, a full renovation project is probably on the cards. There are so many different styles to choose from and you can tailor a new kitchen to the space better than ever with innovative designs.
The skip size you need for a loft conversion will depend heavily on what type of conversion you’re having. These days, it’s seen as an investment to create a whole new living space at the top of your home, but you can also simply board the room out and use it as a tidy bit of storage space if you aren’t looking to splash the cash.
One of the biggest home DIY projects you can undertake is to totally renovate a home. This is usually when people buy what’s called a fixer-upper, hoping to salvage a run-down home for a lower cost and put money into tailoring the whole property to their tastes. Clearly, a project of this size might require a large skip.
If you’re planning a home DIY project of any size, and want an easy, legal way to dispose of the waste you produce, look no further than skip hire from Brown Recycling. We can discuss your project with you and recommend the right skip for you if you’re still unsure, saving you time and money. Get in touch today to book a skip your skip in any size – from 3 to 8 cubic yards.