Clearing Land: What To Do With The Natural Waste When Renovating Land
After months of searching, you’ve finally found the perfect spot for the house of your dreams.
But there’s just one problem: The lot is full of trees and other natural waste.
It’s time to do some clearing.
But how exactly do you go about clearing trees and other natural waste while renovating land? And what exactly do you do with all the natural waste?
It’s a question a lot of home owners have, and it can be a major headache just when you think you’ve taken one of the last steps to building your new home.
Thankfully, there are solutions. Check out these helpful tips to make sure you clear your natural waste the right way when making room for your next home.
This is the place to start for any major project – cook up a plan. With clearing you’ll need to know ahead of time just what natural items on your lot you want removed, and which ones you want kept.
It’s also a good idea to use tape or bright paint to mark out the area on the ground where your house will be. And, while you’re at it, also mark the property boundaries, and make sure you do a walkthrough with any contractors before they start ripping things out to ensure they don’t damage off-property trees or other natural materials.
You should also mark out other areas, like the septic tank location, driveway and walkway.
Know where to put the waste – get a bin!
This is another area where you’ll want some certainty ahead of time. When getting rid of natural waste and large yard waste, you’ll need somewhere to put it and haul it away. This is what a disposal bin is for!
Here at Gorilla Bins, we’re experts on getting you the right size bin for your lot-clearing refuse.
This isn’t a minor step in the process of clearing land – in fact, it’s a major one. Getting your waste disposal set up right by using a company that will drop off and pick up the full bin, and dispose of that waste in an eco-friendly way, is a major step to pulling off a yard renovation and doing it right. This can save you major headaches that you don’t need when dealing with lot clearing and home construction.