What to Know about Dumpster RentalsHere’s a quick look at what to know about renting a container. The first thing is you’ll need to measure just right. If you rent a dumpster that’s too small, you’ll spend more money to rent it again. And, if it’s too large, then you’ve paid for unused space.
Few homeowners are equipped with the proper tools and knowledge to haul the waste off to the proper facilities on their own. It requires a large, weight-bearing vehicle that — that they need to fill and empty several times — the fuel for multiple trips to the correct disposal facilities, and in some cases the permits to drop off waste at those facilities. —Angie’s List.comAnother downside is what’s allowed. What you’ll eventually learn is that dumpster drop off services don’t allow you to throw just anything into their containers. You must sort and recycle what’s required. Plus, any hazardous materials are yours to deal with. Then, there’s the matter of space. When the service drops off the dumpster, that’s where it will stay until pickup time. So, it can block precious space. (And, it might even be a cause for a code violation.)
Biggest Santa Ana Junk Removal Service BenefitsSo, how do you go about getting around all that junk? Here’s the biggest benefits of hiring a same-day junk removal service to come over and get it done:
- Avoid heavy lifting. You’ll be spared the back-breaking work. Make no mistake about it, this is dirty and difficult work. And, it’s best to leave it up to a service that can easily deal with it so you don’t have to do it on your own.
- Avoid health and safety hazards. Dealing with junk removal necessarily entails health and safety hazards in nearly every case. You can avoid those safety and health risks by letting a professional team do it for you.
- Forgo all the sorting. One of the biggest downsides to renting a roll off or drop off container is the fact you can’t just chuck anything in it. In fact, there are several prohibited items. So, you’re limited as to what you can throw inside. But, a junk hauling service takes it all and more.
- Avoid code violations. Another problem with a dumpster is that once it’s dropped off, that’s where it stays until the company comes to take it away. If it’s too large or put in a wrong location, that could invite a code violation.