- Pay for renting the dumpster.
- Have to follow the rules and restriction on what you can put in the dumpster.
- Pay for the tipping fee (the cost for the weight of your trash)
- Have to load your own junk into the dumpster
- Have a dumpster on your property until you’re done loading your junk.
Here’s what we recommend you do to prepare for this.
Step 1. Research
Make sure you know what the fees are for the dumpster rental. Contact a local dumpster rental service that can give you fast and accurate costs. Ask them questions about what you can throw away. Be sure to ask if they recycle anything and how fast they can drop off a dumpster. We can usually deliver within 24 hours, but, planning ahead is always helpful, so if you know your project is coming up soon call us now at (800) 548-7001 or fill out this form to get started.
Step 2. Game Plan
Know what you want to get rid of. If you are like most people and do not want a dumpster on your property for a few weeks, having a game plan can reduce that time to a few days. If you are unsure if you are allowed to throw something out, call your dumpster rental service provider. They will usually be able to answer your questions.
Step 3. You did it!
Your trash is gone! Wooo! There’s a floor again. Exciting times indeed. Be sure to review the service you received online on Yelp or Google+. Let the service provider know if you had any issues. Most companies want to give top notch service and appreciate it when you let them know what you enjoyed and what needs improvement.
Need help estimating dumpster space required for your project? Give us a call at (800) 548-7001 or fill out our dumpster request form here.