First, you need to determine what type of dumpster your project requires. If you’re doing a spring cleaning or a small home remodeling, you can rent a temporary roll-off dumpster. If you have a large construction project, you need a construction dumpster. Or, if you need a dumpster for your business with a regular schedule of pick up, a commercial dumpster is best.
Second, if you’re getting a temporary or a construction dumpster, you have to know what size would be best.
- 5 to 10-yard containers are good for small cleanouts or small projects like one-room remodeling or small deck removal.
- 15 to 20-yard containers are good for small-to-medium garage cleanouts, 300-400 sq ft deck, flooring or carpeting removal, and single layer roof shingle removal.
- 30 to 40-yard containers are good for demolition projects, home construction, commercial construction projects, and clean-outs.
Lastly, you need to determine how much time you are going to rent the dumpster. If it’s going to take you a long time to finish your project, extend the pick-up schedule. If you want the junk removed from your property as soon as possible, schedule the pick-up within the next few days.
Once you’re all set with your dumpster rental requirements, it’s time to call a reliable dumpster rental service provider such as 770 Haulers – Junk Removal. During the call, you also have to fully disclose the nature of the junk you intend to dispose of, so we can recommend the right dumpster type and size.
After we schedule a time for the dumpster drop-off and pick-up, then all you need to do is wait for the dumpster to arrive.
The dumpster has successfully been delivered to your property. Hooray! It’s time to take advantage of your rented dumpster by filling it up with your old junk or construction debris. Make sure to throw away all you want to dispose of before the scheduled pick-up date!