Do you have a home or business that needs to be cleaned out in the near future? Are you trying to plan to have your family members or employees take the trash to the dump as the area gets cleaned up? No matter how good you are at organization and keeping on top of things, it's almost inevitable that you'll eventually need to throw away more stuff than you have room for with your current trash pickup service. It could be because of renovations, it could be due to forgotten stored items, or it could be due to something else entirely. No matter what the reason is, it's a good idea to have an extra dumpster brought in rather than trying to make do with what you've got. Some of the best reasons for this include the following.
Fewer prohibitions: Your standard trash pickup service undoubtedly has things that are not allowed to be left for pickup. For instance, excessive tree trimmings or construction waste might not be allowed. However, with a dumpster rental, you can choose a container that meets your temporary needs. If you need to fill the new dumpster with things that aren't allowed with your normal trash pickup, make sure to talk to the rental company. They may charge you an additional fee, depending on the actual waste, but they should be able to help you.
Save time: Both taking things to the dump and trying to fit things into your existing trash container are going to be wastes of time, just in different ways. Unless you just have one or two large items, making multiple trips to the dump is something that could eat up many days of your valuable time. Trying to fit things into your existing container could just annoy your current trash collector, and your trash might not get taken away, depending on how you've filled your container. With a dumpster rental, you don't have to waste your time with either of these things. Simply fill the dumpster and it'll get taken away once the rental period has finished.
Lower cost: If you've gotten your friends or relatives to take things to the dump for you, you'll still be on the hook for things like dump fees and gas costs. If you're paying your employees to make a dump run or two, you'll have to add their salary costs on top of that. While taking things to the dump might seem to be nearly cost-free at first, the reality isn't that simple. When you compare the cost of a dumpster rental and taking things to the dump, the dumpster will likely win.
To learn more, contact a company like Horizon Disposal Services Inc.