Garden Waste Removal Tips and Tricks

Updated on October 12, 2021 | by James Wilson

Having a beautiful garden adds to the property demand and considerably raises the value in case you choose to sell it. Instead, behind all the stunning decor is a lot of hours of hard work of garden waste removal, fertilizing, moving rubbish, etc.

But the result is well worth it. A lot of landowners are willing to put in the energy. Every landowner who has a garden produces green waste and somehow needs to clean it up. We all know that gardens are likely to produce a big quantity of waste. So how do landowners with a garden or people who are planning to buy land and make a garden go about handling garden waste? 

There are a few options on how to get rid of it while still not harming the environment.

1. Make a Plan

A good way to start is by cutting tree branches. Cut the ones that seem to be weak or rotten since they will eventually fall off and might hurt someone. If they are leaning towards the roof of the house you should cut them even if they’re perfectly healthy. These branches can cause roof damage. Working your way from the top will save you time since you’ll have to pick up the waste only once. 

2. Wear Protective Clothing

Protect yourself from objects that can be sharp, bacteria, and insects. This means that at the very least, you should wear gloves, a hat, a long-sleeved shirt or overall, and boots or shoes before trying to go out to clean your garden.

3. Use a Tarp

Laying out a tarp before you clear out your garden will make things easier in the long run. The tarp can be used as a trash bin for all the waste. You can simply throw them in instead of having to put them in boxes and bins. What’s more, you’ll be safe from sharp sticks, broken glasses and things like that. 

4. Use Equipment

Proper tools and equipment can make cleaning much easier. Prepare your leaf blower if you’ll be clearing out leaves, and a lawnmower if you’re going to be cutting grass. 

5. DE Clutter

Rusty jars, seasonal decorations, old pipes, kids’ toys, and other stuff that is old and unusable anymore, should go to the trash along with other waste. Make sure that you clean your garden once in a while, at least twice a year. If you don’t want to keep your old, broken things that you don’t use anymore, pack them up in boxes and put them in storage. Just don’t leave them lying around since it’s not safe and it might damage your grass.

6. Call a Professional Rubbish Removal

Regular garden keeping can be quick with the help of rubbish removal professionals. You can call in a professional who can take away your waste and things you don’t need anymore. They can handle any garden waste removal task; stumps, trunks, branches, broken timber. Big or small junk, they’ve got you covered.

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