You’re in the process of remodeling your home and for the past three weeks, you have been using your brother-in-law’s pickup to transport the construction junk to the dumpsite, which is about 14 miles out of town. So far you’ve made ten trips and with gas prices as high as they are, remodeling money is starting to dry up. What you may have failed to remember is that garbage and junk never sleeps, and the solution to your “junk” conundrum is not that ratty pickup, but a dumpster rental. We’re talking about those grey things–that look like a boxcar with wheels–that you’ve seen parked behind restaurants, stores, construction sites, in alleys, and on the streets sitting in front of homes that are undergoing a renovation, like the project you’re doing.
The dumpsters or roll-offs are basically used for waste material, though not for food waste; the out-of-town dumpsite rubbish is stored in a separate area of a landfill from food waste and a dumpster is more for your daily trash. A dumpster rental company will bring the container to your site, home, or otherwise, and park it on the curb or in your driveway. The rest of the process is pretty simple: you fill the dumpster with scrap material and rubbish, and when it’s full or your job is completed, all you do is call the dumpster company, and they’ll come and haul it away. No more headaches from using a pickup and wasting gas.
Dumpsters are available for rent for all types of projects that could include, but are not limited to, yard waste, roofing materials, concrete and dirt, construction waste and just general junk that you need to get rid of. Dumpsters come in different sizes: 10 and 20 yard roll-offs, and the prices are determined by the size of the dumpster and the period of time it’s used.
When you rent out a dumpster for remodeling projects, you are saving a lot of money on gas and a lot of time that would be wasted driving. For the most cost-effective and convenient options, a dumpster is the solution. Rent one today!