Using Dumpster Rentals For Remodel Jobs

Renting A Dumpster To Get Rid Of Trash: A Guide

Do you have so much trash in your house or garage that you don't know what to do with it all? Filling the trash bin week after week is not a great strategy; it will take months to get rid of it all! A far better idea is to rent a dumpster so you can dispose of everything all at once. Here are some tips and guidelines to help guide you through the process.

1. Only rent the size you need.

Most dumpster rental companies offer various sizes of dumpsters, and the larger sizes are more expensive. Unless you have a lot of construction debris or other junk to throw away, a 10 cubic yard dumpster is probably big enough for the average trash clean-out project. If you're worried about having enough space, rent a 20-yard dumpster. The ones larger than this are for major projects; they would be a waste of money for you.

2. Check to see what can't be included.

Most dumpster rental companies have some rules as to what you can and cannot put in the dumpster. Usually, you are not permitted to dispose of paint or other chemical liquids. You may not be able to dispose of tires or electronics, either. Get a list of the forbidden items before you start loading the dumpster so you don't end up being fined for their presence.

3. Clear a space for the dumpster.

Dumpsters take up quite a lot of space. They are also quite heavy when filled, so you don't typically want to leave one sitting straight on the grass. Clear a spot on your driveway for the dumpster; this might mean parking at the neighbor's house or across the street.

4. Keep the dumpster for longer than you think you need it.

Sorting through all of your possessions and putting junk in the dumpster often takes longer than you think it will. So, give yourself some extra time when deciding when to have the dumpster picked up. Most dumpster rental companies charge a flat rate for up to a certain number of days, so book the dumpster for this maximum. If you think you will need more time, call the dumpster company as much in advance as possible to ensure they can delay your pickup and that they don't have someone else waiting for the dumpster.

To learn more about the dumpster rental process, contact a company in your area. To learn more, contact a company like USA Hauling Service.

About Me

Using Dumpster Rentals For Remodel Jobs

Hey everyone, my name is Dennis Tillman. When I help friends and family with their remodel projects, I always suggest renting a dumpster for the waste. A dumpster rental makes it easy to dispose of solid waste removed from the home. You can throw in building supplies, like drywall, flooring and lumber, without worry about nails or screws. In fact, the dumpster company encourages metal hardware disposal in the bins. There are a few items that you cannot toss inside the dumpster, however, including light bulbs, paint and stain. I will share the dos and don'ts of using dumpster rentals for your projects. I will also discuss ways to determine the right dumpster size and drop off location. Thank you.


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