Skip Bin Solutions for When You Live in an Apartment or Flat
The hiring of skip bins is a fairly straightforward process. You rent a bin of an appropriate size, it's delivered, you fill it up, and then it's collected again. The process can become slightly more complicated when you live in an apartment building or a block of flats. This is not to say that it's impossible (far from it), and yet a little more preparation work might be needed. So what is the best way to satisfy your skip bin needs when you live in an apartment building or a block of flats?
Rubbish Management: 3 Top Tips
A lot of things which enter your home eventually exit it via the rubbish bin. The range of trashed produced the average Australian family comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes - from small plastic items such as food wrappings to larger items such as old mattresses. If you place items such as these in the general waste, they will eventually be transported to a landfill site, where they can cause environmental damage.
Tenants From Hell? Tips To Quickly Get Your Investment Property Emptied and Clean
Having an investment property that is rented out to tenants is a popular choice for many Australians. If managed correctly with the right tenants, an investment property can provide you with financial security and a regular future income. Unfortunately, like many property owners around the country you may find yourself in a nasty situation with tenants who have left your property in a dirty, damaged, and rubbish strewn state. Fortunately, comprehensive landlord insurance will generally cover any damage to the property that has been caused by the tenants and will also cover all or some of the lost rental due to non-payment by the errant tenant.
Tips for Dealing With Ants in Your Skip
If you're worried about ants appearing in your skip or if you currently have a lot of ants around your skip, there are several things you can do to deter these little creatures. You may also want to take steps to ensure the ants can't get into your place of business. Check out these tips. Double Bag All Food Rubbish If you throw out food related rubbish such as leftover snacks or fruit peels from the break room, you may want to double bag that rubbish.