It’s that time of the year when we’re finally bidding farewell to the current year and getting ourselves ready for the next. Many people see the coming of the new year as a chance to replenish themselves and the look of their houses and workplaces. That’s why November is a busy month for Rental Dumpsters since winter in December can be challenging in some areas and have problems of its own. If you are looking for a professional and affordable dumpster rental service in Wesley Chapel, call PAW Materials today!
If you’re planning on a mega project yourself, you must remember the waste that it will produce. Getting rid of the clutter and mess needs a proper channel and to know exactly what you need, here are some key considerations:
Bag vs. Dumpster
Sometimes homeowners decide to dump their waste in garbage bags that their local disposal company can take to the landfill. However, there are a few problems with the garbage bag waste disposal.
For starters, the bag isn’t made of metal. It can’t bear the weight of heavy objects and sharp objects might tear the bag which could create a huge pollution disaster. If you have waste that is heavy (concrete, bricks, wood etc.) or one that is sharp and pointed, renting a dumpster is what you need to be considering instead.
Another pressing problem with bag disposal is that while it might seem inexpensive from the outside, you’ll have to tip the disposal company for moving your waste so many times away from your home. The total cost of tipping the company could actually make garbage bag disposal not so cheap after all!
Space and Size
The size of your project can help you determine if you need a dumpster or if bags are a more suitable option. Total house renovation projects, constructions and demolition all need a dumpster and there shouldn’t be a second thought about it.
If you’re going to rent a dumpster, you also need to make sure you have the space for it available near your property. If you don’t, then you’ll have to work with garbage bags as a last resort.
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