3 Tips for Renting a Construction Dumpster

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3 Tips for Renting a Construction Dumpster

12 January 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Making the choice to renovate your business can be a great way to increase the value and function of your commercial property. Choosing to perform some of the demolition yourself can help reduce construction costs, but you will need to have access to a dumpster that can accommodate the waste created during the demolition process. 

Here are three tips that you can use to successfully rent a construction dumpster for your commercial renovation project in the future.

1. Take an inventory of your materials.

Before you rent a dumpster to dispose of your construction waste, you need to take the time to inventory the materials that will be placed in the dumpster. Many rental companies limit the types of materials that can be placed into each trash receptacle.

While a single dumpster can be used to toss out drywall, wood, and tile that might be removed during demolition, you will need to invest in a separate dumpster to dispose of masonry products like cement blocks or bricks. Be sure that you are aware of the types of materials you plan to discard prior to renting a dumpster so that you can invest in the construction dumpster (or dumpsters) that will be best suited to meet your needs.

2. Consider the benefits of a walk-in dumpster.

While many business owners are familiar with raising the lid of a dumpster to toss in some trash bags, it's important that you realize you will be disposing of heavy items during the demolition process.

Since you will be responsible for paying for any damage that your rental dumpster sustains while in your care, you need to take every precaution to prevent damage from taking place. Investing in a walk-in dumpster allows you to easily place heavy items in the dumpster without throwing them over the side where they can damage the structural walls of the trash receptacle.

3. Consider a separate dumpster for metal materials.

Completing a commercial remodel can be costly, so finding ways to conserve money throughout the duration of the project can be beneficial. Rather than tossing out old wiring, appliances, or other metal items as you demolish the area you will be remodeling, you should consider investing in a separate dumpster for these materials.

Many dumpster rental companies will pay you to scrap your metal items, allowing you to recoup some of the costs associated with renting construction dumpsters to accommodate the demolition process.

Being able to successfully rent a construction dumpster as you engage in the demolition process can help make your commercial remodel more successful in the future. Talk to a company like Parks & Sons of Sun City, Inc. for more information.