Moving house? Here’s what to do with your rubbish
Moving house can be a real headache. Whether you are selling your home or moving out of a rental property, there are so many things to think about – it gets pretty overwhelming. So how can you make moving out a little less stressful? In the current crazy real estate market in Brisbane we explore how you can tidy your space the easy way when you move.
Take your time
Sometimes, you need to move quickly – but if you can, try to take your time and consider the practical side of moving house. It isn’t just about packing up your stuff and making a move. You need to think about how you can make your move as easy and streamlined as possible. This means looking into removal companies early, giving yourself time to pack thoughtfully and considering how the space you are moving to might differ from where you are now.
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
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
So… the new year has happened and we’ve heard some of you have been binge-watching the Marie Kondo series on Netflix?! For those of you who don’t know who Marie Kondo is (really?) you are in for a delightful surprise. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up has become an essential book for minimalists and a global movement. Marie Kondo herself is the cutest, sweetest most respectful little lady to kick your butt into gear. She will have you in a tidying up frenzy and well on the path to minimalism in a matter of weeks. You won’t be surpriused to know that removing rubbish as the result of a clearout is one of our common jobs.
Marie believes we should only hold on to the things that truly bring us joy. For those items that don’t make the cut, we should apparently thank them and let them go. Which as you can imagine has prompted some fabulous memes. Continue reading