Let's face it, trash and recycling cans are eyesores. Whether you keep them in the garage or on the side of the house, a row of refuse cans does nothing for curb appeal. Here are some ideas to corral garbage, for your sake, and your neighbors'!
If you like to build things, check out the many DIY plans for garbage enclosures, sheds, and cabinets available online.
There are many garbage and recycling enclosures available online and through direct-to-consumer brands like CITIBIN. Consider how many cans need to be enclosed, their size, and materials. Most enclosures are made from cedar, iron, or plastic.
CITIBIN garbage and recycling enclosures are constructed with powder-coated aluminum cabinets and clad with eco-friendly bamboo composite boards.
Given the business we're in, we see a lot of messy trash and dilapitated trash enclosures. When we replace them, we love to get before & after photos of the transformations.
Metal enclosures tend to have heavy doors and rust easily.
Wooden enclosures can warp and discolor.
Plastic enclosures often don't look much better than the trash cans they are concealing.
We are in the business of beautifying neighborhoods, one trash can at a time. If CITIBIN may be for you, please contact us for a free consultation and estimate.