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Why hire a building waste removal expert through Airtasker?
Hiring an expert to do your building waste removal is an integral part of property maintenance. To retain the tenants and customers you have, and attract more business, keeping the place clean is crucial. But when you can’t find a cost-effective service to handle your waste (at the time that you need them most) you can hire the right specialists on Airtasker to get your building waste disposed of, and fast.
You can get Taskers to handle your building waste, even on short notice by making a post. Include all the essential details, and Taskers near you will approach you and give you a free quote. They can go to your location and do the job after you’ve agreed on the price, and you release payment afterwards.
Hiring a building waste removal expert via our platform can be that convenient, easy and fast. So when you want peace of mind for yourself and your building’s tenants by keeping your sanitation, upkeep and reputation top-notch, use that pink button now!
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Top Building Waste Removal related questions
What are the additional benefits of hiring a Tasker to do building waste collection?
It’s very convenient as it’s quick and easy to book experts from Airtasker when you can’t find an available collection service. You can even hire skilled Taskers nearest you on short notice. They do the job after you’ve agreed on the price, then you pay after it’s done. Handling your building’s waste can be that easy and straightforward.
Do I need to provide my tools or equipment for my building waste removal?
No, you don’t. One of the benefits of hiring Taskers is that they usually bring their tools and whatever equipment necessary to do a job. They have these, along with the requisite skills and years of experience. While there’s no need to provide them with any tools, you can lend them tools or equipment that you think can help them do the job faster or make it easier.
How long does it take to do building waste removal?
The time it takes to complete this service can vary. It mostly depends on the amount of waste that needs to be weighed, collected and hauled off. You can expect a skip’s worth of waste to take at most a couple of hours for Taskers to work on. But if it’s a tonne of building waste, expect this to take a day or two to weigh, sort and haul off to a landfill or recycling facility.
Can a Tasker also help me with my building waste removal?
They sure can! If you run a business that offers this, you can undoubtedly hire Taskers as extra hands to deliver your services. You can employ all sorts of Taskers to do all sorts of jobs, including related activities like concrete waste disposal, commercial waste collection, green waste collection and food waste disposal. Just be sure to make a detailed post to attract the right Taskers, and inform them about the job and what’s expected of them.
Should I rent or buy a skip for my building waste?
Owning or renting a skip comes with their share of pros and cons. If you buy a skip, you have to ensure it’s cleaned, maintained, and emptied regularly. You have to hire or assign personnel for this. Should you choose to rent a skip, another company handles cleaning and maintenance and they can replace the skip after it’s worn out - all for a monthly or yearly fee. Weigh the pros and cons, then decide what’s right for you.
What is waste management, and why is it important?
Waste management is the collection, transportation and disposal of refuse, sewage and other waste products. It’s essential from the smallest of households to the largest of commercial establishments; proper waste management preserves the health and safety of the entire community. Residential communities and commercial establishments must also take waste management seriously to protect property value. Other benefits of proper waste management include reduced pollution and energy conservation through recycling.
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What do building waste removal services include?
Building waste removal services include all the necessary activities to dispose of waste at your building, whether it’s a commercial, residential or mixed-use establishment. Building waste removal experts can help you tidy up after demolition, construction, or day-to-day operations.
Specialists can perform simple sorting of your building waste before weighing, weigh the waste, load them onto trucks then haul them off to the appropriate facility, whether it’s a recycling plant or landfill.
Weighing the building waste
Building waste is charged according to weight, and your hired specialists will start the removal service by weighing the waste. Specialists may set a specific rate per kilogram or tonne of junk, but they must be on-site to do the actual weighing and costing. Specialised equipment used for this, such as electronic scales or weighing systems, can give a precise measurement. They can then provide you with an exact quote.
You must note that building waste removal specialists can refuse to work on bins that are overweight or not thoroughly segregated. Some specialists may offer to do the segregation and re-distribute the contents of overweight bins over several other containers, but these extra tasks can incur additional costs.
Checking and collecting building waste
Next, your hired removal specialists can check that the waste in your service contract is segregated from other types. The amount of waste should not exceed or fall short of what was agreed upon. Take note that some specialists may refuse to handle waste that isn’t pre-segregated and placed in the proper containers or bins. Some specialists may offer to do the segregation, but this can cost extra.
Taking out the waste
Once the waste is transferred from your bins to the delivery trucks or lorries, these are locked, secured and covered to ensure nothing spills out and to keep pests and moisture out. Specialists can ensure that the disposal service proceeds without hassle.
They can haul the waste to the appropriate landfill or recycling facility. As they drive to the waste recycling or disposal facility, they will drive within prescribed speed limits, use only the designated routes and perform the waste collection and disposal service in strict compliance to your state’s regulations.
Cleaning out the bins
After the waste has been weighed, collected and transferred onto delivery vehicles for disposal, some specialists may offer cleaning out your emptied rubbish bins. This can be done to remove any residual rubbish and prevent attracting pests, cause mould formation or the onset of lingering, foul odours.
Depending on your hired specialist, this can be part of the package or a separate commercial cleaning service; you can pay them to do or hire other specialists to perform.