Are you about to start a major renovation project? Depending on the scale of your renovation project, you may develop a lot of waste and you will need somewhere to put it. This is where renting a dumpster can be your greatest investment when it comes to your renovation project. However, there are ways to better manage your project waste and help save you time and money. Mickey’s Carting would like to share a few tips and suggestions on how you can better manage your renovation project waste.
How Do You Dispose of Kitchen Cabinets, Fixtures & Appliances?
If you decide it is time to update and redesign your home, you may have a lot of objects that you plan to replace that are still in good condition. For example, when renovating a home often the cabinets, countertops, plumbing fixtures, light fixtures, and appliances may be replaced. When you have cabinetry, fixtures and appliances that you want to update but they are still in great condition, you can consider donating or selling some of them. Donating can help others and selling these items can help put more money into your project. Before throwing good cabinetry, fixtures and appliances away, consider donating or selling them.
What Things Cannot Be Recycled when Renovating?
There are many materials used in a home that are taken down and thrown away that can actually be recycled. Some items that tend to accumulated during a renovation project that can be recycled are:
Before throwing everything into the dumpster, take a moment to determine if it can be recycled. You will also need to know your local recycle facilities and what they can recycle. Not only can you help manage your waste better but you can also help the environment and your community.
Rent a Dumpster for Construction Debris
When renovating your home you will find the best way to manage waste is by having a dumpster on site. Drywall, concrete and other wastes that cannot be recycled or reused in any way will need to go into a dumpster. Depending on the size of your renovation project, you will want to get the right size dumpster. In most cases it is best to get a larger container and one that has at least a 30 yard capacity. This will ensure large waste pieces fit and that you have plenty of room. If needed, you can request the dumpster to be take away and a new one brought out once the dumpster is full. You do not necessarily need two or three dumpsters on site at once. To ensure you have plenty of working room, new dumpsters can be brought out to the site when the one dumpster is full. A quality dumpster service should provide a flexible rental and pick up arrangement to ensure your renovation project goes smoothly.
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There are many ways to help manage your renovation project’s waste. With a good waste management plan you can save time and money. For dumpster rentals and other waste management services, contact Mickey’s Carting and see how we can help you today.