3 Things To Do With Home Renovation Junk

When you’re improving your home, you will find yourself needing to clear out a huge amount of junk so the work can be done. All homes have a tendency to become receptacles for useless items, so a de-cluttering is an essential part of any home renovation – but what should you do with the items you want to dispose of?

3 Things To Do With Home Renovation Junk

Sell them on

If you have items that you no longer want to use, don’t assume that these items won’t be useful to other people. Use local listings and auction sites to advertise items that are still in good quality to others.

Upcycle them

Upcycling allows you to breathe new life into old items that you no longer want to use for their conventional purpose. Browse online for tips on how other people have chosen to upcycle the same item that you no longer have a use for – one of the suggestions might be the perfect option for you!

Recycle them

If you can’t sell or keep your junk items, then recycling is always the best option. Whatever the item is, it will usually have some element of recyclability. Clothes can be donated, old artwork can be stripped down for base materials, and even electrical items can be recycled, as this handy graphic explains in detail:

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Do you have any other tips for what you could do with your home renovation junk?
Be sure to let me know in the comments below!
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  1. 19/02/2018 / 11:35 am

    This is quite an informative post. Over a passage of time, it is but natural that all homes have a natural tendency to pile up unnecessary material…this is really very very helpful and has a ton of tips. Thanks a lot!

  2. 27/03/2018 / 2:41 pm

    Thank you! This really is informative. I often forget that I have to get rid off all those electronic devices that are not working anymore. Of course, eventually, all our beloved devices becomes electronic waste. And as these products contains toxic substances we need to be careful and recycle..
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