Orlando saw a welcome boost to the construction business over the last year. The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that there was more growth in construction jobs in Metro Orlando than any other field. This is great news, considering that the construction industry was one of the hardest hit when the housing market crashed. Unlike other job fields in the area, construction jobs had triple the growth between December of 2013 and 2014, according to the Bureau’s findings.

Here at The Fill, we’re glad that Orlando is getting its residents back to work, especially in an area that will directly benefit the city. Jobs are being created and projects are underway again, not only when it comes to new housing, but all across the city in terms of bettering the area.

Construction Debris Removal

With more construction comes an increased need for proper construction debris removal. Many construction jobs require a temporary dumpster for removing debris from the construction site. Some projects, however, specifically those involving homes and commercial structures being built, require a heavy debris waste container. These heavy debris dumpsters are typically larger in size than their general refuse counterparts, and they can hold much heavier waste than the standard roll-off dumpster rental.

If you are involved in any construction projects around Orlando make sure you plan to rent the proper dumpster to haul away your construction materials. If you’re new to dumpster rental, our experts can work with you to make sure you aren’t going into the project blind. We’re just a phone call away. We wouldn’t want you to incur extra charges from an overloaded dumpster or from tossing in prohibited items! 

Always ask questions about debris that are specific to your job when you rent a dumpster. We wouldn’t want you to get any surprises when you already have so much on your plate.

Source: Orlando Sentinel