Home Renovation Cleanup: Is a Dumpster Right For You?
Posted on March 4th, 2013 by Residential Waste Systems
Renovating a house is cumbersome and taxing. Apart from the rigorous cleaning associated with it, you have to think of the cleanup that follows. This, in most cases, is what makes it all tricky and grueling. There is however a solution to managing the trash without straining. Call on the services of bulk pick up and dumpster companies who will help you eliminate the menace.
One of the biggest issues with trash removal is taking it to the dump, if there is one near you. This is the more reason why involving a dumpster rental will be beneficial. When renting a dumpster for your project, it is the responsibility of the company to remove it from your property and dispose of the contents. They will tell you what items are appropriate for the dumpster and what to do with hazardous materials. Your dumpster provider has experience and can advise you on how to handle trash removal to save you time and money.
Dumpster Rental Tips for Home Renovations
- Ask Your Contractor. Home renovations can be stressful. Renting a dumpster allows you to focus on the project without worrying about the removal of the trash and debris. If you’re using a contractor, discuss with them who will be responsible for debris removal and see if a dumpster is a good idea.
- hazardous Waste. Is hazardous waste is involved your dumpster provider will tell you the proper procedure for disposal. In some cases you may need an additional dumpster or a separate bulk pickup to make sure everything is removed properly and can avoid additional fees.
- Ask Questions. When renting a dumpster for a large project don’t be afraid to ask the company questions. How big is the dumpster? How long do you get the dumpster for? Will they pick it up or do you have to call? What can you put in the dumpster? Are there different rates based on what the debris is? The more up front you are about the project the less likely you are to incur any surprise fees.
- Save Time & Money. A dumpster rental may not be for everyone but consider the factors when making a decision. If you don’t rent a dumpster, will you bring the debris to the dump? Will the debris damage your car or truck? How much does it cost to dump your own debris? In some cases it may be cheaper (or worth the cost) to rent a dumpster and not have to worry about the other details.
Trash disposal is not as easy as often thought especially with the regulations imposed on waste management. Waste has to be separated before being dumped. To avoid the hassle of doing it yourself, just call for assistance. Let the haulers use roll offs dumpsters and bagsters to get rid of it all. They are professionals and are aware of the pros and cons that come with neglecting garbage. No more need to worry about trash, the solution is a call away at an insignificant fee.