Renting a Dumpster Helps When Remodeling
Renting a dumpster with Waste Solutions 123 is the simplest solution for trash removal during a remodeling project. Community garbage services can be restrictive in terms of construction debris and appliances – renting a dumpster is a convenient alternative that takes the guesswork out of getting rid of junk. Dumpsters are delivered on-site while you work. When the project is finished, Waste Solutions 123 will collect the dumpster for disposal. Dumpsters come in many sizes and types, depending on the need. Renting a dumpster is ideal for getting rid of wood, old cabinets, roofing material, and construction debris. Be specific about your project when let us know the type of debris going into the container; there are different types of containers for materials like concrete, bricks, wood, yard waste, or metal.
A 10-15 cubic yard dumpster rental is just right for small remodeling and home improvement projects. You may need a larger container, depending on the scope of your project. Be sure to go a size bigger if you are in doubt – rates will be higher for extra loads. Also consider that rental terms require loads to be level with the top of the dumpster or, with heavy materials, that only a portion of the dumpster is filled.
Here are some tips when planning a dumpster rental:
- Find out if a permit is required before renting a dumpster. Some municipalities do not allow a dumpster to be parked on roadways without permission.
- Expect professional service, and be considerate of the dumpster hauler during drop-off and pick-up. Allow enough room for easy access, placement, and pickup.
- Be sure to allow enough open space around the dumpster for easy disposal.
- Use care when carrying construction debris or other materials to a dumpster. We suggest the use of gloves or other safety equipment.
- Use caution when lifting heavy objects.
- Be sure your debris does not spill over the sides. Overhanging lumber, loose rocks and hanging wires may cause accidental injury.
- Never attempt to go inside the dumpster to retrieve items – let the professionals help if you accidentally dispose of a valuable item.
- Do not put hazardous materials in dumpsters. Ask us for advice on disposing of hazardous waste.
- Keep children and pets away from dumpsters.
- Seal food waste to keep pests away. Use caution when approaching the dumpster in case there are bees, wasps, and rodents nearby.
- If the dumpster has a lid, use care to keep your head and limbs clear of the lid path in case of unexpected high winds.