You may be planning a home renovation project for the fall, perhaps to prepare your home for the winter. You will be producing a large amount of waste and debris that requires a trash receptacle for disposal. Here are some reasons why you need a dumpster for your fall home renovation project and how to choose the right size.
Why Do I Need a Dumpster for My Fall Home Renovation?
Any home improvement project will result in a large amount of splintered wood, broken glass, concrete debris, rusted metal, and more. If you do not rent a roll-off dumpster, the burden of disposing of the rubbish generated by your project falls on you. That means that you have to take the trash to the landfill nearest your and have a tax form to show you pay taxes in the area. In some locations, additional paperwork may be required. Delivering waste to the dump means losing time going there and back, and money from having to pay for gas. It makes much more sense to have Junk Monkey deliver a roll-off dumpster to your home renovation site. We will schedule delivery for a time that is convenient for you and drop the roll-off dumpster directly on your driveway. When you have finished your project or filled up your dumpster (whichever comes first), we will pick up the dumpster and haul away your trash to the nearest landfill.
What Size Dumpster do I Need?
The size of the project determines the size of the roll-off dumpster you rent from us. If you are renovating a small cottage, a ten-yard dumpster should be sufficient. How did we determine the size? It is quite simple. We estimated that only a small amount of waste would be produced and recommended our smallest dumpster size. If you are unsure of what size you need for your fall home renovation project, you can take the cubic yards of the rooms involved and combine them to determine what size dumpster you will need. It is always better to overestimate the cubic yards needed, so you don’t have to rent an additional roll-off dumpster during the project. Here are the sizes we offer:
- Ten Yard Dumpster (Ten Cubic Yards)
- Twenty Yard Dumpsters (Twenty Cubic Yards)
- Thirty Yard Dumpsters (Thirty Cubic Yards)
- Forty Yard Dumpsters (Forty Cubic Yards)
What Can Be Disposed of in My Roll Off Dumpster?
Numerous materials are common to a renovation project that can be disposed of in your dumpster.
- Sheet Rock
- Roofing Shingles
- Cabinets and Counters
- Flooring Tiles and Wood
- And More
What Can’t Be Disposed of In My Roll Off Dumpster?
Knowing what you can dispose of from your fall home renovation project comes down to common sense. If it is considered a hazardous material, don’t throw it away in your dumpster. Here is a list of things that cannot be put in your roll-off dumpster
- Paint Thinner
- Treated Wood (Such as railroad ties and telephone poles).
- Medical or Infectious Waste (Used needles, human or animal waste).
- Contaminated Soil
- Gasoline or Kerosene
- Freon or Other Refrigerants
- Tree Stumps