Why Renovators Must Book Waste Services
Renovators have been putting their time and skills to good use during lockdown and projects have been something of an unlikely saviour. And this has come at a time where many of us have been scratching our heads wondering what to do with so many restrictions in place.
Many of us like to undertake a project and have the satisfaction of using skills, money and determination to complete a transformation. People like to do renovation work on houses, but some take on bigger projects.
Renovation jobs will generate waste such as:
- Bathroom and kitchen fittings as well as baths, toilets, worktops and sinks
- Furniture such as chairs, sofas, cabinets, wardrobes and chests of drawers
- Metal bars, panels, windows, doors and more
All this needs taking away which is why you need to book us. In the second of our two blogs looking at renovation, we look at some of the intriguing projects that are being worked on.
Even before the pandemic, home renovation projects were popular. You need financial firepower to carry out the work, but if you have the know-how you can make a tidy profit on the market. Cornwall, Devon and Wales are popular renovation hotspots. In fact, Rhondda Cynon Taf is the most popular renovation location in the UK.
Hundreds of libraries have closed in the last year and funding has been slashed since the start of the pandemic. But they are deemed as essential services by the government because of the resources they have. In fact, nearly £150,000 has been invested in the overhaul of a library in Warrington which will include an activities area.
Indoor activities have been restricted since last March, but venues are looking to the future. For example, work is happening at Perth City Hall to build a new cultural and heritage museum. The work is part of a larger multi-million pound renovation project at the venue which will welcome visitors again later in the year.
In the near future, theatres hope to be back to full capacity. And fittingly in Harrogate, work is underway on a showstopper project. The roof, windows and guttering will all be worked on to ensure the building can survive for another 120 years. Theatres in Sunderland and Colchester have also been renovated recently.
CBS Waste can dispose of waste for both commercial and domestic clients. We provide you with a Waste Transfer Notice too.
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