During outdoor renovations at home, there is often excess material left over that needs to be dealt with sooner rather than later. As someone who is taking advantage of the spring weather to have a directional hole bored, ready for a new water well, you're wondering what to do about the excess dirt created by drilling work. Here are two ways to get rid of excess soil created during a direction drilling projection.
Make Money By Selling It
There are plenty of other homeowners renovating their gardens during spring who have a need for the excess soil. Placing an ad in your local buy/sell group on Facebook, or in an online market such as Gumtree, means the sale of your soil is visible to those in your immediate area. Information about the soil helps others quickly decide whether it is beneficial to them. For example:
Include closeup photos of the soil so interested buyers can see exactly what they are getting for their money. If you don't want to sell the soil, there is another option for it.
Reuse The Soil For Other Projects
Nobody wants to be unfriendly to the environment these days, so reusing the excess soil for other projects is a way to recycle the surplus dirt. There are two main ways you can reuse this leftover soil:
If these two soil use ideas don't appeal to you, speak to the contractor in charge of the project to see if they have a need for the excess soil. They may just have another project coming up which they need the soil for, and they will then happily take it off your hands and off your property.Share
28 September 2018
If you're thinking about bringing elements of the outdoors into your home but you don't know how to go about it, you've come to the right place. I'm Betty, and I've been in the unfortunately predicament of having severe hay fever and allergies for much of my life. I got sick of loading myself up with anti-histamines just to experience the outdoors everyday, so I decided to look into home additions that would bring that feeling inside where I was safe from pollen. I spent a long time researching solariums, pools, and other constructions, and now I have the home—and life—of my dreams. And now I'm sharing the tips and ideas I've learned with you!