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
When you hire a skip you’re often looking for that ‘out of sight, out of mind’ feeling you get from having a big container for all of your waste materials and other rubbish to go in.
Continue reading A Guide to Skip Hire Duty of Care
October is the month when the clocks go back, the evenings get darker and as a result, it starts to get much colder earlier in the day – and in the middle of the day, for that matter.
Continue reading How to save on heating costs in winter
If you’ve got a budding eco-warrior or wannabe VSCO girl in your household – or you’re just environmentally conscious – a zero waste Halloween party is a great way to celebrate the season with minimal environmental impact.
Continue reading How to throw a zero waste Halloween party
You’ve probably barbecued your last burger of the Summer but
that doesn’t mean you should neglect your garden until Spring arrives.
With just a little TLC you can keep your garden clean and tidy, giving you plenty of enjoyment from it in the colder months.
Continue reading Garden jobs for Autumn
Office clearances can be even more stressful than moving house. Whereas a house move typically has a limited amount of furniture and other possessions, offices can contain huge amounts of all kinds of mixed materials.
Continue reading Top tips for office clearances