Clutter, clutter, and more clutter.
Everyone has been in a situation where our homes seem to
become chaotic with mess and it can make us feel down.
A study has shown that 50% of us could happily live without most of the things we own.
Continue reading Top tips for handling a house spring clean
washing machine stops working, don’t let things spin out of control. It is
important to dispose of your washing machine safely and legally.
Washing machines are part of our everyday life and it can be a stressful situation when they stop working properly. So, what do you do next?
Continue reading How to dispose or recycle your washing machine
There’s never a bad time to hire a skip, but some times are better than others. All too often, householders leave it to the end of a DIY project to hire a skip and throw away all the rubbish.
But to get even better value out of your skip, hire it at the start of your work. This allows you to clear out your workspace so there are fewer obstacles, making it easier and safer for you to move around.
Continue reading When’s the best time to hire a skip?
While it’s one of the great cliches of skip hire that every skip ends up with a mattress sticking out of the top, this can actually cause major problems if it happens to you.
Continue reading Forge Skip Hire’s Mattress Disposal Guide
The start of a new year is often a time when we start to pay
more attention to the little jobs that need doing around the house.
You might notice winter damage you hadn’t already spotted – a loose roof tile or a leaking water pipe — and where there’s a risk of water getting into your property, it should be a priority to get it weather-proofed once again.
Continue reading House redecorating resolutions for 2020
As the new year continues and the winter weather gives way
to spring, it’s the time of year to hire a skip and clear out unruly growth
from your garden.
Hiring a skip for garden waste is a handy way to get rid of large amounts of cut-back foliage and branches, and give yourself a blank canvas to work within spring-summer 2020.
Continue reading Garden Resolutions for 2020
A new year often feels like the time to get your house in
order, both literally and figuratively.
If you’ve been putting off some big DIY tasks over the
autumn and winter months, make it a priority to return to planning them and
getting started in January.
Here are five house and garden DIY resolutions to make for
New Year 2020, to help keep things on track as we move towards the spring and
Continue reading House and Garden DIY Resolutions for 2020
Many of us start to look forward to Christmas dinner from
about Halloween, whether because we stock up on the frozen and less perishable
ingredients ahead of time, or just because of plain old excitement.
Continue reading Top tips for an environmentally friendly Christmas dinner
Charity Christmas gifts are a popular alternative to giving material goods to friends and family. This is especially important in the current generation when awareness of environmental and social issues is on the increase.
Continue reading Christmas charity gifts to consider in 2019
Winter doesn’t officially begin until the shortest day of the year on December 22nd, but for many of us that feels like the middle of winter, not the start.
Continue reading Preparing for winter with a skip