Gardening Ideas For January in Brisbane


The Queensland Turf Producers Association recommends mowing an established lawn no lower than 30mm in summer. (Turfgrass Quick Tips). Take note of where you'd like more shade next summer, such as entertaining areas, and try to determine the optimal location and height of shade structures or trees at the time of day you need it.. The movement of the sun is different in winter, and you can't use its position in winter to position shade [...]

Gardening Ideas For January in Brisbane2018-01-22T15:22:19+10:00



With the turn of the year and holidays for some, it's a time for assessing the past and contemplating the year ahead. Perhaps you've decided that this is the year to focus on the home front, and get into the garden. What's your gardening resolution? Tidy Up. Perhaps you've let things go and just need to catch up with basic maintenance. Pruning and weeds are likely to be on your list, especially if the summer [...]

TIPS FOR A GARDEN TIDY UP2018-01-08T11:58:48+10:00

Hiring a skip bin


In this article, we take a look at the best options for hiring a skip bin in Brisbane Northside and inner Southside (see delivery areas here: Delivery areas and answer some of the frequently asked questions that we come across. If you are tackling a project that will produce a lot more waste than your weekly rubbish limit allows, then a skip is a great way to dispose of it all. Whether you are doing [...]

Hiring a skip bin2017-10-13T15:01:00+10:00

The dangers of hazardous waste in skip bins


Household hazardous waste includes everyday products such as  bleach, garden and pool chemicals, cleaning solvents that are purchased from the supermarket or hardware store, asbestos, tyres, liquid paint, oils, food, gas bottles and batteries. If you store household chemicals around your home after you no longer need them, you could: injure or poison someone if they drink, inhale or are burned by them endanger yourself and your property if chemicals ignite, explode or release toxic [...]

The dangers of hazardous waste in skip bins2017-03-16T08:53:18+10:00
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