If you have ever renovated a property for a small business, you would know that rubbish begins to accumulate very quickly. Cut bricks, pieces of timber, insulation, and bits of carpet are just a few items that are left. Having built a number of properties over time, rubbish can be discarded and it is then left for the home owner to dispose of. 

 

Before your builder hands over the keys to your new property, make sure you inspect the property for final additions. If a particulr item hasn't been installed properly, or something is broken, then immediately tell the builder to have them fixed. Do not take the keys and have him come back to finalise the job. Otherwise, those small jobs for the builder, but otherwise, important jobs to make your home beautiful, may not be completed. 

 

It's the same with rubbish. Make sure that your property is free from rubbish prior to settling. If you have ever renovated or built a new home, you would know that rubbish begins to accumulate very quickly. Cut bricks, pieces of timber, insulation, and bits of carpet are just a few items that are left. Having built a number of properties over time, rubbish can be discarded and it is then left for the home owner to dispose of. 

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