Making Space In Your Garbage Can

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.

Tips to Remember When Choosing a Dumpster Rental


Choosing a dumpster rental might seem easy until you actually try it. You'll have so many dumpster rental companies to choose from that you might get confused. Amazingly, this article has some pointers to help you make the right decision.

1. Go Local

Going local has always proved beneficial when choosing a dumpster rental service. It's much easier to deal with local companies because they know your location. Besides, they can deliver the dumpster pretty fast and at a cheaper rate. So, as you do your dumpster rental search, include your town or city.

2. Ask What You Can And Can't Put in the Dumpster

Asking questions to your shortlisted companies can help you pick the perfect choice. And since you already know what kind of waste you have on your property, you should clarify if the company has an issue with it. Ask them what type of waste they allow in their dumpster rentals. You can also ask what is prohibited to avoid fines.

3. Know About the Available Dumpster Sizes

Dumpster rentals are available in different sizes, and it's upon you to figure out what size you want. You don't want to rent a dumpster container that won't fit all the waste your project will generate. On the other hand, you don't need a big dumpster for a small cleanup job. 

You can ask the person in charge of the project to recommend the best dumpster size. If that's impossible, you can ask the dumpster rental team for guidance.

4. Ensure You Have Enough Space at Home

As you try to figure out the right dumpster size, you also need to ensure there's enough space to fit the dumpster. Remember, you don't want to keep the dumpster on the road or sidewalk as it can inconvenience other road users. So, before you order a specific size, ensure it can fit in your yard or driveway.

5. Inquire About the Disposal Methods

You also need to be keen on how dumpster rental companies dispose of their waste. Remember you want an environmentally friendly option. That said, ask the companies how they handle the waste after collecting it from your property. Maybe you'd like to work with a company that prioritizes recycling. Some companies may also choose decomposition depending on the type of waste you have put in the dumpster.

As long as you follow these pointers, you'll have an easy time picking a dumpster rental service. 


13 December 2022