2016

Skip Bins for Landscaping: 3 Tips to Keep in Mind If You Plan on Sharing Skip Bins with Your Neighbours

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Landscape architects are highly appreciated in Australia, considering the fact that there are approximately 13.2 landscape architects per 100,000 people. Australians appreciate beautiful scenery. If you plan on doing any landscaping work on your yard and gardens, you'll probably need to rent a skip bin for all the rubbish that needs to be removed. For minor landscaping work, you'll save a fortune if you share a skip bin with your neighbours.

24 August 2016

Hiring a Skip Bin? Why You Need to Separate Your Garden Waste

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When you hire a skip bin, it can almost be like an invitation to do some things around the home that you might have been putting off. Of course, you generally only use skip bin services when you actually have a specific need for the bin, and yet you might take the opportunity to do a little extra work. Perhaps you'll turn your attention to your garden, and maybe now is the opportunity to do some pruning or rid to yourself of some older plants.

23 August 2016

2 Things You Must Know About Cleaning Storm Water Pits

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Because storm water pits are relatively small fixtures, their importance is often overlooked easily. This article discusses two things that everything homeowner should know about the cleaning of these pits. Pits Need To Be Cleaned More Frequently Than Drains And Pipes In order to understand the logic behind this thinking, it's important to understand how storm water pits work. Pits are used as temporary storage locations for rainwater before such water is allowed into the storm water drainage system.

22 August 2016