It’s a common misconception that dumpsters are only useful for large construction projects or industrial cleanups. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Whether you’re cleaning up after a house renovation or preparing your home for a move, you’ll find that renting a dumpster is an excellent way to get rid of those big and heavy items that just won’t fit in your vehicle. The dumpster rental company will need to know this. Some sort of dumpster service may or may not make it easier to load the dumpster onto the truck.
Dumpsters are the perfect solution for a wide variety of needs and situations, including those of your home.
Dumpster rentals allow you to remove waste and debris quickly and easily. You can use your dumpster to remove leaves and other yard waste, as well as debris from remodeling and renovation projects. In fact, some municipalities in Florida have banned dumpsters altogether because they are concerned that their streets and parking lots will fill up with trash. This is particularly true during the hot summer months.
In this post I’m going to give you some examples of how to use dumpsters, and why they’re so beneficial.
STEP 1: Keep Your Trash From Getting Stored in a Garage or Basement
It’s pretty easy to keep trash from getting stored in your garage or basement.
Keep trash bags or bins in your yard and/or driveway. Then, you can simply throw trash bags or bins into your yard when they’re full.
STEP 2: Keep Trash from Getting Piled Up in Your Basement
This is a much harder one to master, but it can be done.
Make sure you keep your trash in your yard. You can even put bins on the curb that you can empty into your backyard.
If you need to put trash in the basement, make sure you empty the trash bags into a bin before you put them in the basement. This way you won’t have to dig through a pile of trash to find something you need.
STEP 3: Make It Easy to Empty Your Trash
This is a tricky one, but it’s still worth mentioning.
Make it as easy as possible to empty your trash by putting trash cans in strategic locations.
One example would be a garbage can next to the garage door. When it gets filled, simply pull the garage door down, open the door, and toss the trash inside.
Another example is putting a garbage can in your driveway. When you have a lot of trash, simply fill up the trash can and then take it outside and empty it into your yard or driveway.
STEP 4: Keep It Organized
Finally, it’s important to keep your dumpster organized.
Make sure you have everything you need for trash removal, including trash bags and a shovel.
And keep all your trash bags in a neat stack next to your dumpster.
You can also keep trash bins or trash bags in a closet or other storage area to avoid clutter.
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