Renting A Dumpster | A Guide Of Faqs From Residential Customers

Tackling a cleanup job, working on a household remodel, or even just doing some spring cleaning–all of these are examples of tasks around the house that could potentially involve truckloads of trash. Instead of hauling everything bit by bit to the local waste collection center, it is a much better idea as a resident to simply rent a dumpster. Even though dumpsters are readily available to residential customers, if you are like most people, you will never consider this valuable service. It is a good idea to take a look at some of the most common questions residential customers tend to have about renting a dumpster.  What should you expect to pay to rent a dumpster? There are a lot of variables involved in determining the price of a rented dumpster. For example, some waste companies charge according to the weight of the filled dumpster when it is retrieved while others may charge by the load. A rough estimate for a rented dumpster is between $90 and $850 for three to four days and with the fees for dumping included.  Continue Reading →

Own A Student Apartment Building? 3 Ways You Can Keep Your Property Litter Free

If you own an apartment building, it is important to keep the property maintained outside and inside. One important thing you have to do is to make sure all trash is picked up outside on a regular basis. If it piles up, it not only makes your apartment complex look bad, but it is enticing to rodents and insects.  The first thing you should do is to install a dumpster, and then manage it correctly. Set a Schedule with the Dumpster Company Talk with the dumpster company about picking up the trash in the dumpster on a set schedule. Because you own a student apartment building, increase the pickup schedule in the spring when students may be moving out to go home for the summer. As they are packing, they may throw a lot of things away. Depending on the size of your apartment complex, ask the dumpster company to come once a week, twice a week, or more. Establish Rules Establish set rules for your tenants. For example, they should not throw certain items into the dumpsters, such as Continue Reading →