The difference effective builder’s waste removal makes
Builder’s waste removal
When you’ve recently had some work done to your house, the last thing you should be thinking about is if you will be cleaning up the property.
While some builders do clean up their mess, the sad reality is that not all of them do.
Some people may think that they do it unasked for every job and that they may have it looking as clean as it was before the job was done – the reality is that it does not happen a lot.
You can see our list of recommended property builders here that take good care of the client’s property when doing their services.
What to do if they refuse to clean it?
If they refuse to clean it, review what they promised when they agreed to perform their service.
Customers that have a written agreement are likely to have their waste clearance done by the builders.
However, for those who do not, there are still options for you.
- Explain that they made the mess so it is their job to clean up the waste.
- Mention that the materials can be very heavy and it would be difficult for you to clear.
- Tell them that you do not have access to the same equipment that they do and it would be difficult for you to clean it.
Or, if all else fails, look for companies that provide affordable, builder’s waste removal services in your area.
Wouldn’t it just be easier for me to clean it myself?
Some people may argue yes.
But some people would argue no.
If you got work done for your property, your last concern should be cleaning the property.
If you have a lot of waste that the builders have left behind, it may not be beneficial for you to spend more time and money to remove it.
See if you can get them to get the waste removed, but if not, choose a hassle-free waste removal service that won’t let you down.
It can work out to be much cheaper to hire a professional rather than hiring a van and throwing it away by yourself.