3 Reasons You May Want to Rent a Dumpster

Trash, debris, and waste are part of life, and if you have a lot of waste products or items, you may need a better solution than putting them on the curb for the weekly trash removal truck. The material you are getting rid of can determine what the best solution is, but for large volumes of trash or debris, a dumpster could be the simplest and more effective solution.

If you are in one of these situations, check with your local dumpster rental company to see if they can help.

1. House Cleanouts

This is one of the best times to rent a dumpster. If you have a house full of things that you need to get rid of, a roll-off container or construction style dumpster might be the best option for you. You can position the dumpster near the home so it is easy to fill, and when it is full, the dumpster rental company can pick the dumpster up and replace it with an empty dumpster if you need it.

House cleanouts are not uncommon. Often, if you buy a house that an older person lived in, you will find a lot of things that had value to them but that don’t hold any real value to you. The same thing can happen if you have an older family member pass away. The house may be full of their treasures, but often, those things are not worth anything to anyone else.

In both cases, the best options are often to sort through the items in the house and throw anything with no value into the dumpster.

2. Major Remodels

When you remodel a house, business, or apartment, you generate a lot of construction debris. If you are tearing out the carpeting, stripping the walls to the studs, or removing the roof of the building, you will need a way to get rid of all that waste. One of the most cost-effective and productive options is to rent a construction dumpster and have it brought to your job site.

The rental company can help you decide how large the dumpster needs to be and can let you know if you have materials that you can’t mix with anything else. Roofing material usually needs a dumpster to itself, but wood, sheetrock, and interior materials can often all go in the same dumpster.

If you let the dumpster rental company know what you are working with, they can explain any restrictions before they drop off the dumpster.

3. Neighborhood Cleanups

The neighborhood you live in might benefit from cleanup, and renting a dumpster or two is a good way to get people to participate in cleaning up yards, a common park area, or other areas of the neighborhood. If your neighborhood has a homeowners association, you might be able to persuade them to use some of the budget to rent dumpsters for the community.

In some cases, people are waiting for an easy way to get rid of some of the larger items they can not put out for the trash pickup company. If there is an opportunity for them to use the community-funded dumpster, neighbors may jump at the chance to clean up the yard or clean out the garage.

Afford A Dumpster offers dumpsters in many different sizes and configurations that you can rent on a one-time basis or by the month. We are happy to discuss the type of dumpsters we offer, their capacity, and the materials you can put in them. Give us a call today so we can help you select the right container for your situation.

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