After we started cleaning out our basement, I was blown away with the amount of trash that we came across. There were loads and loads of extra items that we didn't need anymore, and it was really frustrating. I started focusing on making more space in our trashcan, and I was really impressed with how much extra room a few smart moves made. We started nesting garbage items inside of paint buckets, and breaking down boxes carefully. This blog is dedicated to helping homeowners to make better use of the space they have inside of their trashcans. You never know, you might be able to enjoy more free space inside of your home.
Spring cleaning can be quite a hassle, especially if you have a lot of things that you want to get rid of because you may have to make multiple trips to the local dump. If you plan on tossing numerous unneeded items into the trash when you are spring cleaning this year, consider renting a dumpster to use for your waste to make the cleaning process go as smoothly as possible. Use the guide below to learn a few things you need to know about renting a dumpster.
Be Sure Your Neighborhood Allows Temporary Dumpsters
There are some neighborhoods that have HOA restrictions that prevent the residents from using dumpsters to dispose of items because they feel that it brings down the overall look of the neighborhood. Some HOAs permit residents to rent the dumpster for a very limited amount of time and require a permit from the HOA giving permission for the rental before the dumpster is put into place. You may want to contact the HOA for your neighborhood to find out what the specific rules are so that you do not have to end up paying fines for breaking a rule you did not know was in place.
Find Out What the Company Allows in the Dumpster
Next, you need to determine what the dumpster rental company allows you to put into the dumpster before renting it. If you have to throw away large appliances, such as a washer or refrigerator, you may not want to rent a dumpster because many companies cannot take large appliances. They must be disposed of in a specific way to ensure that EPA regulations are met.
Be Sure to Consider the Size of the Dumpster You Need
Once you know what items can and cannot be placed into the dumpster, you need to determine how large or small of a dumpster you need for your spring cleaning. It will cost you money every time that the dumpster has to be emptied so it is best to rent a dumpster that is large enough to haul everything you want to dispose of in one trip. You will be able to explain to the company the quantity of items you plan to throw away and they should be able to let you know roughly how large or small of a dumpster you need to rent.
Once you have determined all of this information, you will be ready to rent your dumpster. Be sure to rent the dumpster for a time period when you can focus 100-percent of your attention to cleaning so that you can get the job done as soon as possible. You will pay for every day that you have the dumpster in your possession so it is best to get the cleaning done as quickly as you can. Companies like USA Hauling Service may be able to help meet your needs in this area.Share
22 June 2016