Gazebo Seen Better Days? Organise Green Waste Removal in Melbourne And Build A New One

Gazebos are a great place to relax or entertain your friends, but if yours has seen better days it’s time to say goodbye and organise green waste removal to come to your Melbourne home and take it away for you. Once you’ve had your dilapidated one carted away, what should you do? Build a new one of course! Here’s the basics to help you build a brand new gazebo at your place.

Choose your new gazebo

When it comes to deciding on a gazebo, you have a couple of options. Most gazebos are available in wood, vinyl, metal, stone or concrete. A wooden gazebo gives a nice, rustic look to a backyard. However, while they are incredibly sturdy, they do require yearly painting or staining to protect it from the elements. Whichever type you prefer; you can should be able to pick up a gazebo kit from your local hardware store. These following suggestions are based around building a wooden gazebo from a kit.

Where to put your gazebo

You might have a spot where you’ve always had your gazebo or that you really love. If you are looking to move your gazebo, have a good think about the ideal spot. Ensure that your spot is not low-lying where it can collect water. If your yard is on the small side, putting your gazebo in a far corner so your children still have plenty of space to play. If your gazebo is to be used for regular entertaining, you might want to ensure that it is fairly close to your kitchen or BBQ area. You may even want it to be the focal point of your garden design, so building it in the centre is also a great option. If you need to remove grass or shrubbery, do so and then call an expert for your green waste removal in Melbourne.

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Preparing for your gazebo

When building a new gazebo, you need to ensure that you have a flat and level surface (if you don’t have one already). If your previous gazebo was on grass, you can consider building your new gazebo on top of concrete, pavers, tiles, or a wooden deck.

Building your gazebo

By purchasing a kit gazebo, majority of the hard work is already done for you and it should come with all the instructions you need. If there are no instructions, there are some handy tutorial videos available online that will help. You should probably set aside 2 days, and grab a friend to help you out. As for tools, you should only need a cordless drill, wrench and socket set, and hammer and nails.

After your gazebo is built, all you need to do is sit back and enjoy it! If you have any mess left over, get it taken care of with Green Waste Removal in Melbourne. Call Must Collect Rubbish for green waste removal in Melbourne today on 03 9773 0636.

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