DUMPSTER RENTAL NC
Clean out, Dumpster Rental, Home remodeling, House Cleanout, House Remodeling, Waste Removal
Using a dumpster service is one of the most convenient and economical ways to remove a large amount of debris in a short time. Roll-off dumpster service is the best choice for a large amount of waste generated during a remodel project, cleanout, and yard cleanup. When you’re ready to call for the service in Charlotte NC, here are a few things to consider.
The first and most important item to consider is the size of dumpster you will need. Decide if you need one or more dumpsters for your project.
For most home projects, either 10-yard or 20-yard containers work perfectly. These sturdy steel dumpsters are ideal for DYI projects, remodeling a room, cleaning out a garage or attic, yard cleanup, and more.
Also, the dimensions of these containers fit most standard driveways or residential areas with no issues. With Discount Dumpster, you can order one or as many roll-off dumpsters that you need.
Decide the best location for the dumpster to be placed. Depending on how big your preferred dumpster is, make sure that nothing is blocking the space like cars, trash cans, construction debris, or other household items. Doing this will easily accommodate your on-time dumpster drop off without any problem.
Make sure to follow the guidelines of what your dumpster service allows in its dumpsters. Because counties have their own specific rules, it’s wise to research what is allowed and not allowed. Items allowed are:
General waste and trash
Absolutely no hazardous materials are ever allowed in any landfill. How do you know what materials are considered hazardous?
If you answer yes to any of the following five questions, do not place the items in a dumpster:
Are the waste materials flammable?
Can the waste materials cause rusting or decomposition?
Are the waste materials explosive?
Are the waste materials poisonous?
Does your trash contain medical waste products?
Such materials listed here need to be disposed of properly. Your local county or state websites can help you find locations to discard these types of refuse safely.