The best thing you can do while cleaning your premises is to choose the bin of the suitable capacity that can hold all the waste materials. In this way, you will not have any issues with cleaning the entire place and there is no need to look out for a proper place to dump these materials. Depending upon the type of waste on the premises, you can choose the appropriate bins and there are many companies that offer such materials for hire. You can easily choose dumpster rentals for such activities and this will benefit you in many ways.
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When you are dealing with construction activities, you have to face a lot of issues with disposing the waste materials in the work site. Remember that this has to be done in a responsible manner and you just cannot throw the waste into the regular dumping yards. In this regard, you need not worry anymore when you choose the services of professional companies that specialize in offering dumpster rentals. You can choose the bins in any size of your choice and this is a convenient option for many people involved in the construction of buildings and other works. You can also choose them for your industrial activities and get a safe place to dispose the waste materials.
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You can also choose roll off container rentals whenever you need such kind of equipment for your premises. This is the best option when you have a lot of waste material in your construction and industrial premises. You can conveniently load them to the vehicle after dumping all the waste and this does not require too much manual labor. The professional service providers will bring the appropriate vehicle that can easily roll the containers to any location of your choice.
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We live in a fast-paced world where we can’t afford to spend too much time on a single project. Even large projects such as house remodeling or renovation are preferred to be done with as quickly as possible so you can make time for other activities of your day.
When you’re undertaking a remodeling or renovation process, one way to save time is to choose the best disposal method of the waste your project will produce. Disposing waste the right way can definitely cut down a few hours and give you time for other things.
Dumpster rentals for such large projects are the preferred option of waste disposal. If you’re debating on whether it will be worth it to rent a dumpster, here are some reasons that prove dumpster rentals can save your time.
The most convenient thing about dumpsters is that they can be parked right next to your property. You don’t have to physically move the waste anywhere. Just simply dump all your garbage in the parked dumpster without having to call waste disposal companies over and over again to haul your trash away.
Once the rented dumpster is loaded, it can be easily moved away all at one time by a truck. The best part is you don’t even have to be the one moving it away. The company will take it away and deal with the waste on its own. This will save you time and energy and you’ll be done with your project a lot more quickly.
Trash bags are too much work
Unfortunately a great majority of people think that the apparently cheaper price on trash bags will be a better waste disposal option for them. If the project is small, they might actually work. But when you’re dealing with house remodeling and renovation, these trash bags just won’t cut it. Apart from the fact that they are tedious to fill, they can’t even bear the weight of heavy materials or sharp objects.
Choosing the best disposal method for your junk can save a lot of your time so choose wisely!
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Small dumpsters are convenient and cheaper but they have one obvious issue: the space they offer is usually never adequate for most projects. Dumpster rental services are used mostly for large projects such as a major housecleaning or a renovation and reconstruction project. For these types of jobs, a mini dumpster will hardly suffice and you’ll need to search for larger size options.
But there are some instances when the smallest sized dumpster is the dumpster you need to rent. Some examples include a specific room cleaning like a garage renovation or seasonal cleaning. To accurately determine when you need to rent a mini dumpster, there are some key considerations you need to look out for.
Know the Basics
Most companies offer a mini dumpster size that has a capacity of 10 cubic yards. You’ll hardly find any company that offers a smaller size although some might offer even 3 cubic yards capacity mini dumpster.
10 cubic yards of space is almost equal to the municipal dumpsters you see around the city but unlike those commercial dumpsters, dumpster rental has a roll-off property where you can move it anywhere you like.
Mini dumpsters come in different style options that need to be considered when renting them. The bag-style mini dumpster is adequate for projects like spring cleaning or an attic cleaning. These dumpsters will hold a decent amount of weight but cannot hold heavier, construction materials like concrete or even dirt. For these materials, consider renting the basic roll-off mini dumpster. You’ll have larger size options for it and it will be more property-friendly and easier to move around using vehicular power.
Estimate the Debris
Although you can roughly estimate the amount of debris your project will produce, it’s not always a perfect estimate. That’s why to stay on the safe side, experts recommend renting one size larger dumpster than your original estimation. If your estimate can easily fill in a mini dumpster then the next thing you need to do is see if the type of material you’ll be disposing is mini-dumpster friendly. Large, heavy materials like roofing renovation remains or the waste from demolition sites are unsuitable for mini dumpsters.
The lower costs of mini dumpsters make them an attractive option to rent. However, make sure that the junk your project creates can easily be filled by mini dumpsters and does not overflow. If it does, then consider renting a size larger. It’ll be more economical for you in the long run.
PAW Materials rents roll off containers for commercial projects and dumpster rentals for residential needs in Wesley Chapel and the surrounding Central Florida area.
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Renting a large dumpster that will likely take up a generous amount of space is always a tough decision to make. But sometimes, you really don’t have a choice. Huge projects or projects that make up tons and tons of waste call for large sized dumpsters. Despite knowing that a particular project is pretty extensive and will produce lots of waste, many people still debate on whether they really should rent a large sized dumpster or just a smaller size. After all, large is always more expensive.
Renting a large sized dumpster becomes a necessity in the following cases:
Obviously Extensive Projects
Some projects are so obviously extensive that considering a medium or a small sized dumpster shouldn’t even be an option. These projects include industrial construction projects, landscaping projects, swimming pool removal, demolition, major building renovation.
If you’re thinking that a medium sized dumpster will get the cleaning done for you – don’t. Save yourself the worry of overloading or renting a second dumpster and go with a large size instead.
If you can calculate the amount of debris or waste your job will produce, you can estimate the amount of cubic yards that will be required. Generally one ton of waste will take up two cubic yards of space in the dumpster. Most companies offer large sized dumpsters with a capacity of 30 to 40 cubic yards (the price will vary company to company). According to this space, you can make a decent estimate how much space your debris will take up and if a medium sized dumpster could be rented instead.
Things to Consider with Large Dumpster Rentals
There are some major drawbacks to large dumpsters that can sometimes make it impossible to rent them. The first and foremost obvious issue with large dumpster rentals is that they’re pretty expensive. If you don’t have the budget to rent a $500-dumpster, then maybe you need to think of other size options.
Other important considerations that limit renting them include the availability of large-sized dumpster rentals and the space the dumpster will take.
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Let’s get it out of the way: dumpster rental services are not cheap. You need to pay hundreds of dollars to rent the smallest sized dumpster from most companies. But renting dumpsters is sometimes a necessity that just can’t be avoided. So why not try to bring the cost of this rental down?
#1: Avoid Brokers
Brokers or middlemen will take a hefty amount of commission that will make your dumpster rental charges spiral upwards if you’re not careful. Sure, it’s convenient to hire someone that can handle the process of contacting a junk removal company but it’s not always the best idea economically. If you’re short on budget, invest in finding a reputable dumpster rental service on your own without involving a broker.
#2: Rent from Local Companies
Bigger isn’t always better. If you’re attracted to a well thought out commercial of some big dumpster company, chances are that they’re overpriced. Instead of chasing after ‘branded’ dumpster services, try finding a local company for your junk removal needs. Local companies will be cheaper and easier to contact and communicate with.
#3: Do a Price Comparison
To get the best deal out of your dumpster rental, you should research and look around multiple dumpster rental companies and find the one that fits your budgets. Sometimes one company might offer you a low price for a standard dumpster but another company might offer a slightly higher price for a dumpster two times the capacity. In these cases, you should go with the second company because you’ll be paying only a little more for double the space.
#4: Share costs with Neighbors
If you have a few neighbors nearby, you might want to ask them if they need a dumpster for a cleaning project or disposing of waste. Sharing the cost can help bring the overall price of the rent down for you.
#5: Dispose one type of Material
A roofing renovation or replacement can help bring the costs of your rented dumpster down if you choose to dispose only one type of material in it (for example asphalt). Similarly, projects that produce a lot of dirt or concrete can be loaded in a single dumpster in the same way. Loading your rented dumpster with only one type of material might open options of discount for you.
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The construction of an entire building naturally produces waste and debris. These industrial projects, like any other house cleaning or renovation project, need a channel to properly dispose of the debris. Contractor’s working on construction sites need to consider the option of renting a dumpster from a dependable company for several reasons.
Once you’re all set to rent a dumpster, there are some key considerations you need to remember. Construction projects, unlike home or office remodeling/cleaning projects create a lot of waste that needs to be cleared away. Considering the size and debris will help you make the right decision when renting the dumpster of your choice.
Choosing the Right Dumpster Size
Different dumpster companies offer different options for the size of dumpsters they rent out. Most companies will offer the standard small, medium and large sizes while others might go an extra mile to offer a size bigger or smaller than the standards.
Since construction projects make a lot of waste, the safest option would be to choose the largest size available. Sure, it will cost you more but it will be a much more cost-effective option than having to rent two smaller dumpsters to meet your needs.
Estimating the Debris
Using the standard FEMA formula to estimate debris, calculate how much waste your construction project will produce. Remember that one ton of debris calculated using this formula will equal to about two cubic yards of space in the dumpster.
Once you’ve mathematically estimated the amount of debris your construction project might make, choose a dumpster size according to it.
PAW Materials is a full service dumpster rental company offering drop off and pickup services to Wesley Chapel and the surrounding Central Florida region.
Check out yesterday's post about the Things You Can’t Put in Your Dumpster Rental
It’s true that you can put most of the waste produced from your remodeling or cleaning projects into your dumpster rental, but there are certain things that are an absolute no. Different dumpster companies might have different rules and regulations about what can be disposed of in their dumpster but there are some common items that almost every company prohibits.
The reason why these items aren’t allowed to be thrown into the dumpster is because they might be toxic to the land as most of the waste thrown into the dumpster ultimately ends up in a landfill. There’s also a problem with recycling. Materials that cannot be easily recycled are usually not recommended to be thrown into dumpsters. Good dumpster rental companies make sure that the waste in the dumpsters is utilized and recycled so non-recyclable waste is not preferred.
The following list of items should not be thrown in your dumpster rental but it is okay to dispose them in your house trash can.
Styrofoam: Styrofoam isn’t an eco-friendly material and everyone knows that. Unfortunately, Styrofoam can be found in a number of places in our houses. This item is flammable and can severely damage the environment. Special recycling bins for Styrofoam are placed in many towns and neighborhoods where Styrofoam can be safely disposed. It should not be thrown into a dumpster rental.
Paints: Paint and similar solvents are toxic because they contain chemicals that can damage the environment. Paint is usually used in remodeling projects and is a common waste product but it should never be thrown into your dumpster rental.
Electronics: Although e-waste can be recycled, dumpster companies are not the best experts in doing so. Old electronics should be thrown in an e-facility where they can be properly recycled.
Batteries: Again, the toxic constituents of some batteries such as mercury batteries are damaging to the environment and should not be thrown in the dumpster you’ve rented.
Cleaning products: Powerful cleaning liquids contain acid or other similar corrosives that can harm health and nature. Such products should be disposed of at a special disposal facility that specializes in recycling and discarding chemicals.
Call PAW Materials for our do's and don'ts with what you can put in our dumpsters. This guide gives you a good idea what is acceptable when renting a dumpster from us.
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Should you choose a small disposal system or a dumpster rental for your small project?
We often hear people renting out dumpsters for mega cleaning or remodeling projects that produce yards and yards of waste. What we don’t hear often is people renting out dumpsters for smaller projects. This could be a one room remodeling project like a bathroom renovation or a cleaning session of an attic that has been collecting dust for a long time.
Smaller projects like these usually raise the question: should you choose a normal disposal service like your garbage company or should rent a dumpster? The answer really depends on a number of things.
Sometimes projects appear small but they can actually produce an unexpectedly large amount of waste. These projects might include cleaning up a store that hasn’t been touched for years. If you’re set on taking on such a project that may produce waste you can’t really clearly estimate, it’s best to stay on the safe side and rent a small sized dumpster instead of the normal bags.
The Type of Waste
The type of waste your project produces is also an important deciding factor of what disposal option you should ultimately choose. If your project will produce wastes like brick, wood and other founding material, bags really won’t have the capacity to accommodate them. Even if the actual waste produced is little, the type is an important thing to consider.
Weight of the Waste
One obvious problem with garbage disposal bags is that they are bags made of a thin material that just can’t bear too much weight. A dumpster rental, on the other hand, is an entire truck structure that can bear a great amount of weight. With disposal bags, there’s always the fear of the bag ripping and tearing because of the waste and that could be problematic for the environment.
Too much Hassle
No matter how small your project is, filling up and carrying disposal bags around is always much more of a hassle than a dumpster rental that the company eventually handles itself. If you’re not ready to put in some manual power and energy into your waste disposal project, it’s best to rent a dumpster.
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See yesterday's post here: How to Prevent Pests from Invading your Dumpster Rental
Pests are attracted to wherever waste is located and your rented dumpster could become their favorite spot to hang around. Sure, your dumpster rental isn’t going to be with you for a long time but you still don’t want nasty critters inhabiting the waste.
Pests in your rented dumpster can be detrimental to the health of the environment and could even cause an infestation in your own property if the dumpster is parked near your house or workplace which it likely is. There really is no guarantee what kind of pests could invade your dumpster rental. It could be tiny, harmless creatures like ants to big, waste-eating rodents.
If you’re going to embark on your housecleaning project soon are thinking of renting a dumpster, check out these helpful tips to keep pests away from your dumpster rental.
#1: Try not to dispose food
Your dumpster rental is primarily utilized to accommodate waste from house-cleaning or remodeling projects; waste that cannot be filled in the municipal garbage cans. If you’re tempted to throw out your kitchen leftovers in your rented dumpster as well, you should think again. Food waste can draw pests like magnets especially flies that can lead to a maggot infestation. Dispose food waste in your normal trash bins and don’t leave it around near your property for more than a day.
#2: Parking the dumpster properly
If you park your rented dumpster on grass, you could be inviting insects or mice to party in your dumpster. Always park the dumpster a well distance away from your garden or backyard, preferably concrete ground.
#3: Keep it covered
When renting a dumpster, try to rent one that offers a seal or a lid to keep the waste inside covered. Open waste can attract not only small pests but even larger ones like raccoons to hide in your dumpsters. Raccoons are a particular problem since they can chew their way into the dumpster even if it is sealed. Dumpsters that offer a complex locking lid system can keep pests like raccoons at bay.
#4: Use pest repellants
Pest repellant products and poisons should be the last option you use if other preventive measures fail. These products might not be the safest to use for your health or the environment but they can prevent bigger damage from happening in the long run.
PAW Materials is a recycling and dumpster rental service company in Odessa Florida serving Wesley Chapel, Lutz, Land O'Lakes, western Pasco County, the greater Tampa Bay area and the larger Central Florida region.
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