When to Use Junk RemovalSo, this puts you in somewhat of a tough spot. You might consider a junk hauling service. Or, perhaps using a dumpster rental company. But, are these even necessary? Well, it really depends largely on the size and scope of the ultimate load. First, there are some key differences between a roll off dumpster and junk removal. However, it does matter what you need and when you need it done.
While certainly not the sexiest topic in home renovation, the issue of how to dispose of remodeling waste is becoming more important as it becomes harder to find places to take the stuff. Landfills and transfer stations are concerned about issues like hazardous waste, as well as separating metal, masonry, and other dissimilar materials. —About.com Home RenovationsIn most instances, people usually chose one or the other. But, before you make up your mind completely, you should know some basics about the two. Plus, you still need a gameplan. After all, whether you’re doing a garage conversion or just doing a total shed cleanout, you’ll need a way to deal with all that junk. (That, in addition to all the stuff you’ll keep and need to organize.)
Top Bradenton Junk Hauling BenefitsNow, back to the conundrum at hand. You know what you want out of your project but you’ll need at least some help along the way. For example, wiring is left to an electrician and you have other jobs slated for other pros. But, what about all that junk? You’re stuck between a dumpster and junk hauling service. Here’s some convincing reasons you should go with a junk hauling company:
- Labor. If you go with a big container, you might have all the space you need (or not — see below). But, that puts the onus on you. Rent a dumpster and be prepared to do all the labor. You’ll have to load it up. Whereas with a junk hauling service, they take care of it.
- Space. Speaking of space, that’s another consideration. Have you stopped to think about just how large such a container is and where it will go? It’s got a super big footprint and that’s space that will be occupied for as long as it’s there.
- Size. That brings us to size in other way. Even if you rent a small waste container, you’ll still have to fill it. But, if it’s too small then you to rent it again. Too large and it’s wasted money.
- Waste. While we’re on the subject of waste, understand you can’t just toss anything into a dumpster. Those company prohibit certain things, so you’ll still have to take care of them. A junk hauling service won’t have the same restrictions.