Are you itching to get your DIY home renovation on? If so, you might not have thought about one of the unfortunate byproducts of your much-anticipated projects: waste. Whether you’re replacing siding or building a new deck, you’ll probably end up with more overflow than you plan on. Instead of risking your driveway’s appearance as a neighborhood junk yard, overshadowing the beauty of your newly renovated home, you can plan ahead to employ responsible and cost-effective methods to reduce the clutter associated with home construction.
Donate the Good Stuff
While you’ve been waiting to get rid of those dated light fixtures, others might treasure them as the perfect vintage find. Your upgraded appliances might allow you to bless someone who doesn’t have the money to buy an older, basic model, brand new. You can choose from several beneficiaries, helping various community organizations or individuals. With all the reno you’re doing, you probably don’t want to spare the time to drop off or deliver your unwanted items, but if they’re in working order, you can probably get people to come take them off your hands. [Read more…]