Tips for After Builders Clearance

13th March 2019   /    Advice and News   /    Comments Off on Tips for After Builders Clearance

No matter whether you have just finished a big-scale home improvement at your property, or you are just about done with a relatively small DIY repair, chances are that you have accumulated quite a bit of junk in the process.

Finding quality domestic clearance services in London can go a long way in making your life easier when you are getting rid of after-builders waste, but it will not be enough in its own right. That is why we have gathered several tricks that will most likely enable you to do a better job without parting with too much of your cash, time or energy.

Consider hiring a skip

The best solution to your problem is prevention. If the building/reconstruction project is bound to take up more than a couple of days, hiring a skip to collect the rubbish produced as you go might be a very sensible idea. Skips can be hired for several days, or on a weekly basis, and then the contractor who provided it is responsible for disposing of the junk that the skip was filled with. Skips usually have a large capacity, so one should be able to accommodate the specific requirements of your project, regardless of scale.


Make sure to recycle as much of the rubbish produced as possible. It is easy to find the work-time of all recycling depots across London. If you have hired a waste clearance company to help you, you can rest assured that they will take care of this part of the job too – most of the best firms in town will even do it free of charge! It is important to be environmentally responsible in the day and time that we live in.

Work methodically

When collection and disposing of rubbish, as well as while cleaning afterward, it is important to approach the job with a certain methodology. Work one area at a time and move on to the next only when you are finished. Thus you will be able to keep track of the progress and avoid distractions that may lead to undesirable results. If the building/reconstruction job was done throughout the house, the most sensible way to work would be top to bottom, from the inside the house toward the outside, e.g.:

  • From the attic toward the basement
  • From the far end of the hallway toward the front door
  • Leave the garden/front yard for last

Do not postpone the clearance

The longer you wait to carry out the rubbish clearance that you need to get done, the harder it would be for you to: 1) pluck up the courage and energy to done a good job; 2) clean all dirt and dust that is building up under the after-builders junk; 3) restore your place to a condition up to your desires and needs. So, start the clearance as soon as the rest of the reconstruction/building project is finished. Think of it that way – as soon as you are done, you will be able to enjoy the results of your hard work.

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