Home owners in Hamilton, Ontario are waking up from the long haul seemingly never ending drudgery that we call winter. Thankfully, we are also finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel with the pandemic, so in the words of one of our favorite television characters, “everything’s coming up Milhouse”
We have learned many things over the last year, and it has been hard on all of us. However, if there is one great take away from it all, is that we’ve figured out that many of us simply don’t need to commute into an office every day to get our work done. We can do it just as well, if not more so by working from home. We’re more relaxed because we didn’t have to fight our way into work every morning, we have more hours to get our jobs done, and we tend to spend less time chatting with co-workers about meaningless topics every day. This means we avoid Patty, the office gossip in the coffee room and can instead spend that time getting our jobs doen early so we can hit the park for a bike ride, or get some errands done.
Now that many people have been permanently assigned to working from home, one of this year’s biggest home renovations projects is going to be building a permanent home office. People have had enough of working in their kitchens and converted laundry rooms and want a dedicated home office workspace, and since we are now in the warmer months and the vaccines are rolling out, now is the perfect time to hire that crew and get it done.
Depending on the size of people’s homes, and their ambitions, home office renovations either mean renovating an existing room, or going all out and putting on an addition. Both of these options are a great way to stimulate the working brain, and add value to your home.
In either case (and everything in between) you are going to need to plan ahead, work out your budget and hire a roll-off disposal dumpster bin to haul away all of your used and unwanted material.
Regardless of the scope of your project, you can be assured that there is going to be a lot of material that has to be safely removed and taken to a recycling waste management station. It all has to be done according to local and municipal laws, and scheduled with prearranged drop off and pickup times so your project can move forward quickly and on budget.
You can choose from any of 4 bin sizes, but we suggest that you choose from our largest selections. Home renovations and additions create a massive amount of material, and many people tend to underestimate the sheer volume of material that has to be hauled away. Even a small project will create tons of flooring, drywall, electrical, plumbing, furniture and other waste, so it is always best to be prepared so this year your project gets done in a timely manner and you can settle into your brand new home office without Patty talking your ear off every morning.