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Rent a Garbage Bin or Dumpster When Renovating

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Garbage Bin and Dumpster RentalWhen you’re renovating your home, whether you’re tearing down walls or just replacing your carpet, a junk removal service can make the process much easier. A great way to make the clean up process faster and more efficient is to rent a dumpster or a mini bin while you’re working.  There are several advantages to this.

First of all, you’ll be able to throw out all of your garbage as you create it.  You won’t need to move everything from the floor, to a truck to a dump.  Simply throw everything right in the dumpster and you’ll only have to move it once.  The junk removal company will come and pick up the dumpster when you’re done with it, so you’ll only have to move your construction waste once.

Second of all, this will make it easier for you to perform the actual renovations.  If you throw everything you no longer need out of the house and into a dumpster on your driveway, you’ll be freeing up space within the home.  You won’t have to worry about stepping around debris while you’re working.

That brings us to the third advantage: it’s safer.  When renovating it’s very easy to slip or trip on materials.  This becomes even more true when you’re tearing down walls, ripping out counters and cabinets or replacing flooring.  With garbage, trash and unwanted material laying everywhere, it’s easy to trip on something and hurt yourself.  Clear that stuff out of the way and place it in a dumpster before anyone gets hurt.

Junk It rents disposal bins in a variety of sizes.  For carpet removal or minor home renovation projects, you may only need to rent a smaller bin.  For major projects, there are larger bins that will suit your needs better.  All bins have low walls for easy loading and they won’t damage your driveway.

Having a dumpster on site when renovating definitely makes the process safer and the clean up faster and easier.

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Written April 25, 2010 by Christopher Luciano

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