When you decide to update a space in your home, you'll have to deal with all kinds of things. Materials, tools, plans, extras, and contingencies and much more will all be part of the renovation, no matter how minor. For instance, if you notice some water heater replacement signs, you'll not only need a new unit, you'll have to deal with the old one. While this might not at first seem too difficult, there's not much use for a broken water heater. So, you'll have to recycle what you can and junk the rest.
How to Deal with Bathroom Remodeling Debris
Whether it's a property investor foreclosure clean out and remodel or just a small update to a bathroom, you'll have plenty to do. When most people start planning a bath renovation, they think about the finished product. They look for ideas online, in home improvement stores, and elsewhere to get inspiration. Then, they start pricing out costs and begin to formulate a plan for how to deal with the temporary loss of the room.
So you’re ready to remodel that bathroom. Congratulations! As you probably already know, you’ve got some tasks ahead of you. Even with the help of a professional bathroom designer and a general contractor who will take care of the construction and installation, a lot of the mental work inevitably falls right on you, the homeowner. --Houzz.com
But what too many people forget about (that is, until it's completely unavoidable) is something must be done with all the waste. Any home improvement project will generate waste and most likely, more than most people assume. So, before you start turning off the plumbing and electricity and tearing out the old vanity, have a plan for how to deal with bathroom remodeling debris. Here are some helpful tips for how to manage bath renovation debris:
- Purge the cabinets and drawers. The very first step to take is to empty the cabinets and drawers completely and then take an inventory of the items. Throw out any duplicates, expired items, and whatever isn't needed. Then, store the leftovers in a temporary spot until the project is done.
- Consider reusing fixtures. Some of the fixtures might be of good use elsewhere. For instance, take down the towel racks and place them in a mud room, garage, or laundry area. Relocate a sink to replace an older one. Reuse the cabinets, hanging them in another place.
- Protect the surrounding area. Be sure to protect the area outside the bathroom, using clear plastic for a divider and a drop cloths over the floors and furniture. This project will cause a lot of dust, dirt, and more to fly about, so be ready.
- Schedule remodeling debris removal. Another helpful proactive step is to schedule remodeling debris removal. This way, you don't have to take time out of your day to load all that junk up and haul it away. It will save a bunch of time and effort and let you get on with the project.
When you’re ready to dive into a home improvement project phone 800-433-1094 or visit Haul Junk Away for construction and remodeling debris removal. Our crew will go out to you and deal with the remodeling debris so you don’t have to do it on your own.