Top Reasons to Hire a Junk Removal CompanySooner or later, you’ll be debating whether to rent a roll off dumpster or to call in a junk removal company. Well, as you probably imagine, there’s no simple answer to this seemingly easy decision. Both will come with a cost, but which is the best choice? It’s a decision that so many consumers face, usually when confronted with the same type of situation.
Few homeowners are equipped with the proper tools and knowledge to haul the waste off to the proper facilities on their own. It requires a large, weight-bearing vehicle that in many cases they’ll need to fill and empty several times, the fuel for multiple trips to the correct disposal facilities, and, in some cases, the permits to drop off waste at those facilities. —Angie’s List.comIt’s also not at all unusual for you as a consumer not to have the necessary equipment, or, manpower to get rid of that junk. This is precisely why you’re now trying to make an informed decision about which will best work for you. Here are some reasons to hire a junk removal company:
- You’re more than likely to make an inaccurate calculation. When you rent a dumpster, you’ll do so based on cubic load size. If you’re not confident with your calculation, you’ll make a mistake which will cost you more in one of two ways — you’ll order a size that’s too small and have to rent again, or, rent one that’s too large and pay too much.
- You really don’t have the helping hands to handle the job. When you bring in a junk removal company, you step back and the work is done for you. Conversely, a dumpster rental company will only drop off the container and pick it up. You have to do the labor on your own. If you throw in something that’s prohibited, you’ll have to take care of it, or, if you don’t fill it correctly, that will also present a problem.
- You can’t sacrifice space on your property. Renting a dumpster means having to give up space on your property for as long as it takes you to fill it. If you live in an HOA community or one with strict code enforcement, you might face problems with just having the container on your property.