Post-Remodelling: Dealing with Construction Waste

A remodelling project is not complete unless you have cleaned everything in your work area. Similar to how preparations take time and caution, cleaning up is as important to make sure that no debris or small particles will remain inside the house. Not cleaning properly may put your family at risk because of the risk of exposure to hazardous materials and airborne particles.

Here is a guide to help handle and deal with your construction waste:

What and What not to Throw Away

Whether you are planning to DIY or hire a professional, it is best to know the difference between a construction waste and a salvageable building material. You might think that a piece of plywood is useless, but you (or another person) could still make use of it again for a different purpose.

Keep or give salvageable materials to those who need them. If possible, make a list to make it easier to segregate and rid of them from your home. You do not only help the environment and other people by doing this, you lessen the items you put in your skip bins. Less waste means more savings for you.

What to do with Hazardous Waste

Getting rid of hazardous waste, like asbestos, lead, tyres, paint and other flammable liquids, may need the help of an expert to guarantee proper disposal. This is to make sure that they will not leak into the soil or bodies of water and harm our farmlands and water sources. Our team is committed to a greener environment by following Australian regulations and standards, so you can count on us if you need help.

At Kwik Skips, we help complete your home remodelling project by collecting and recycling or getting rid of construction waste. Feel free to visit our homepage to know more about our services.