Probably you have an old car that no longer runs lying in the middle of your yard, occupying valuable space. Or you have plenty of offcuts stacked in the corner of your garage or garden, leftover from your recent home renovation. In either case, you can earn a nice amount from the scrap metal in your possession. However, the scrap metal business isn't as easy as you might think. You can easily get ripped off, especially if you are inexperienced in the recycling industry.
If you intend to continue living in your home whilst some renovation work is carried out on it, you must take measures to ensure that the property remains sanitary throughout this process. Given how much dirt, dust and rubbish a renovation project tends to produce, this will be no easy task. Here are a couple of tips which should help you:
Hire a skip bin
As soon as you receive confirmation from your contractor regarding the start date for the renovation work, you should contact a company in your town or city that offers skip bin services and arrange to rent one of their bins for the duration of the project.