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