Well if the last week is anything to go by, green waste removals in Brisbane will be top of the to-do list right now. And the recent rubbish removal enquiries confirm this. After the storm cleanup there are many piles of garden rubbish requiring removal from residential backyards as the weekend will have been spent cleaning up.
With the storm dropping a few branches around the place and in some cases entire trees, you may have spent the weekend revving up the chainsaw. Don’t worry if you’re left with a pile of branches and tree logs and you’re wondering what to do with them – we can help with just a phone call.
If the hail in Brisbane managed to knock a few leaves off the trees around the garden then you would have also been raking up those pesky small twigs, bark and leaves that end up all over the lawn. Again, one phone call and we’ll have it gone.
Springfield has certainly kept us busy with cleanups from damaged homes unfortunately. It’s incredible what a storm can do in Brisbane. We are seeing all the insurance companies out and about as we show up to collect broken roof tiles, plasterboard and the like. Wishing all the best to those affected and we hope the insurance claims come through quickly.
Even though tenants are supposed to leave a property in the same state as they found it and remove all rubbish on vacate in the real world this doesn’t always happen to the standard required. It’s common when moving house to find that you don’t have room at the next rental home, so for whatever reason, junk can end up left behind at the end of a rental contract. Even worse, tenants often “forget” broken appliances or furniture and goods that are simply too cumbersome to move from one point to the next.
While the tenant can happily leave that headache behind, property managers are left to deal with the clean-up on behalf of landlords. Help is at hand, though and you don’t need to add this issue to your existing worries if you deal with companies that are set up for this purpose. Continue reading
The weather is certainly a big influence on our day when removing rubbish all over Brisbane. We might not get to enjoy Ekka this year thanks to COVID restrictions but the August winds are certainly here earlier than usual and not failing us today in Brisbane. Add the recent rain and it’s going to be a fun weekend of garden clean up. Branches down, leaves to be raked and general tidy ups needed for the Brisbane backyard. Luckily our team are used to working in any conditions rain, hail (wind) or shine and we are always there to cart away the garden waste when you’re done.
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Well done Brisbane, it’s good to see everyone staying home and keeping their distance. Our team are also following all the rules to ensure our rubbish removal service remains safe and sanitary.
If the jobs we’ve had this week are anything to go by, we’re guessing Marie Kondo has made a very quick comeback around Brisbane. Perhaps it’s the cooler weather or maybe it’s because half of Brisbane is staying home and suddenly all the annoying things like sorting out cupboards, rooms of junk and storage boxes are begging for attention. Continue reading