A skip bin can be a good choice for collecting waste and easily getting rid of it, without having to worry about putting out too much trash or worrying about getting oversized items to a landfill on your own. You may know to get a skip bin for when you're tearing off your home's roof, but there are other times when it can be helpful. Note a few of those times here and you can decide if a skip bin would be a good choice for you.
When tearing down walls or pulling up floorboards, you may know to get a skip bin to collect waste, but what if you're adding on a room or putting new drywall up in the attic? You might not think you'll have use for a skip bin if you're adding to your house rather than taking out materials, but note that any construction project usually means a good deal of waste and debris. There is waste from wood that is cut, pieces of drywall that are trimmed, and empty bags of concrete mix, and these are typically too large and cumbersome for your family garbage. Consider a skip bin even if you're adding materials to your home and not tearing anything out.
2. When someone moves in
Are you having a spouse or partner move into the house, or taking on a roommate? Is an adult child moving back home? If things might get a bit cramped and crowded, you might get a skip bin and everyone can pitch in to toss out items that are not needed, and which can open up the space. Cleaning out the guestroom or basement, or just cleaning out the garage for a second car can mean an easier move on everyone. If you get the skip bin for your new roommate to use as he or she moves in, they can purge some items of their own at the same time, rather than bringing everything with them.
3. When seasons change
A good time to clean out the house is when the seasons change; as you get ready for summer, you can go through all your sporting goods and toss out broken water skis and equipment for a boat you no longer own. This can help you determine the new summer sporting goods you'll need to get for vacations. Do the same for winter; go through your skis, snowboards, and even your winter clothes and toss out items that are not salvageable. Having a skip bin makes easy work of this and can help you stay organized around the house.