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End Of Lease Rubbish Removal: 7 Methods To Getting Rid of Junk

You’re on your way out of your leased property and you’ve got piles of rubbish you need to get rid soon. What do you do with those unwanted items? Are there efficient ways to dispose of them that are worth your time and money?

Worry not as we’ll be discussing the most reliable methods of dealing with that end of lease rubbish before you move out.

Moving out after your lease has expired can be a stressful event if you’re not fully prepared or have not anticipated the next steps to take. Moreover, the responsibility of getting rid of all the rubbish you’ve accumulated during your stay lies upon you. Don’t leave the property unclean. You’d want to maintain a good relationship with the owner even after you’ve moved out. 

Here are the7 best methods that you can do to get rid of your junk.

Donate to Charity

There may be some usable items from your piles of rubbish. Who knows? Your rubbish may be another man’s treasure, right? Look around your area for organisations, churches, and charitable institutions that may need those items. Clothes, furniture, beddings, and old toys can be items that can put a smile on someone else’s face.

In addition, these charitable groups will pick up your junk from your property. You can save a lot in terms of costs compared to the other options below.

Practise Ingenuity by Upcycling, Recycling, and Repurposing

Try to find some time to transform those useless, unwanted items into new materials and items that you can make use of. You can do this by applying some creativity and innovation. There are several methods that you can choose. 

First is upcycling, also known as creative use in which you transform rubbish into materials that are of greater quality and bring artistic and environmental value. 

The second is recycing which is converting items that are trash into reusable materials. This method may be least likely, especially when you’re in the process of moving out. The best option for you is to just bring the recyclable items to a recycling centre near you.

Repurposing, on the other hand, is modifying an item that it can be used for another purpose other than its original intended use. 

However, the abovementioned methods will take a lot of time and will not be recommended if you’re in a hurry like during the end of the lease period. 

Do a Garage Sale

Conducting a garage sale before you leave the property is not a bad idea. You can get rid of those bulky items, old appliances, and piles of rubbish by selling them in your front yard. You’ll earn some cash while disposing of those unwanted items. 

Inform your neighbours and friends that you’ll be conducting a garage sale. Tell them everything has to go. Just make sure that the items you’ll be selling are still usable. At the end of the garage sale, you’ll surely earn a few bucks with a lighter rubbish problem.

If you think close friends or family may want your unwanted items, then hiring a removalist to transport the goods across will be a good idea.

Sell Online

If there are still junk items left from your garage sale, you can sell them online. It is also possible to do both the garage sale and online selling simultaneously to save time. You can sell by item or sell the whole lot.

There are buyers who are willing to travel to your area and take the piles of junk from you. However, if the buyer demands that you’ll have to bring the rubbish to them before they pay you, then the burden of travelling falls onto you.

Throw Away Your Junk

Of course, the piles of junk that you’ve accumulated through the years are considered useless and need to be disposed of. You just can’t leave them on the property at the end of your lease period. You are responsible to throw them away. This is very true especially if it is indicated on the contract you agreed with the landlord.

An advantage for you in this situation, as the tenant, is having your landlord ensure that bins are provided where you can place your rubbish. Your landlord should also help you in finding and choosing the best options to throw away your rubbish. The effort and responsibility however to do so are still on you.

Place the Junk in Rental Dumpsters

Rental dumpsters are a great help especially if you’re badly in need of disposing of your piles of rubbish at the soonest possible time. Find a dumpster rental in your vicinity and get one that can fit all the rubbish you need to dispose of. Once the dumpster is filled, call the company and they’ll take all your junk away.

This method is relatively cheap and very convenient for end-of-lease rubbish removal. If there is no available dumpster rental in your suburb, the best and quickest method below will be your safest choice.

Hire a Rubbish Removal Company

Hiring a rubbish removal company is the easiest way to get rid of all of your end of lease rubbish, hands down. It may be a little bit expensive compared to the other methods mentioned above but you are guaranteed to be free of stress right before moving out of your leased property. 

When you call the company for a junk removal service, their professional rubbish removalists will take all of your unwanted items and dispose of all of them in a responsible manner. That’s something you would want if you want to save time, effort, and ironically some money in tehe long run for efficient and very reliable service.

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is a Digital Content Writer for Paul's Rubbish Removal. Sarah is a huge advocate for recycling, environmental sustainability, health and well-being and has a genuine love for all sea animals. Keep up with Sarah by following Paul's Rubbish Removal blog!

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