Here we are in the last crazy week before the Christmas holiday period kicks in and our team are busy getting those final jobs through for residential and commercial clients. This week has seen an influx of whitegoods collections which we put down to many moving house but also no doubt the upgrades ready for the influx of family (and the need for more space for beers?). It has been another fantastic year for Brizzy Rubbish Removals and we extend our gratitude to all clients for the support we’ve had. Our team will break for Christmas and will be closed on the 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st December. We will be closed on the 1st January for the New Years public holiday. Open all other days during the holiday period ready to help you with rubbish collection and junk pickups for residential, commercial, office and garden.
Are you often looking for reliable waste removal contractors who can remove rubbish for your properties with minimum fuss? We understand the importance of good presentation, the right attitude and having reliable people who show up when they say they will and get the job done in a professional manner. We’ve been involved in rubbish removal in Brisbane for more than years and we would love to help you out. Every month we’re helping out property managers all over Brisbane. If you’d like to setup a face to face meeting please call or make an enquiry.
It’s time to get gardening and sort out your green waste collection in Brisbane before you get started. Why? Well, Winter is over, and we finally get to say goodbye to Jack Frost. Unfortunately, a lot people will now be saying hello to a new arch nemesis—Harry Hay Fever. (Forget about skipping through fields of flowers. These people will be sprinting to the nearest chemist to to buy a truckload of Claratyne.)
Yes, spring is here at last. And if you stop for a minute and take a look around you’ll immediately be trampled by hay fever sufferers.
But once the stampede has passed, take another look and you’ll see the trees and gardens bursting with colour. It’s as if they’ve all had a month’s worth of growth overnight. Unless they happen to be your trees and gardens, in which case it will be more like three months’ worth. Continue reading