What to Do with Debris from a Bathroom Renovation Project?
By: Danny Lipford
Homeowners these days are taking on more do-it-yourself projects than ever, and bathroom renovations are one of the most popular. But after you tear out all the old fixtures and cabinets during a bathroom remodel, you’re left with the problem of how to get rid of everything that can’t be reused or recycled.
Since many municipalities won’t pick up building materials and other debris piled on the curb, disposing of all that waste can be quite a hassle. Well, thanks to the Bagster® Dumpster in a Bag® from Waste Management, that’s no longer a problem.
Simply purchase the Bagster bag at a home center or other retail outlet, spread the 4’ x 8’ bag out in your yard near the street, and fill it up with all the unwanted debris from your bathroom renovation.
The Bagster bag holds up to three cubic yards (3,300 pounds) of waste. After you’ve filled up the Bagster bag, go online to thebagster.com, or call their toll-free number, and schedule a pick up from Waste Management at your home for a fee.
Now, what could be easier than that?
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