If you have a few pieces of old furniture or an old appliance you need to get rid of, you might look into junk hauling services. But what if you have more than that? Maybe you want to take down your deck or old shed. Perhaps it’s time to remodel your kitchen or bathroom. Maybe you have a whole basement of stuff to sort through or have inherited a home that needs cleaned out. Junk hauling services may not be the right option here because of the sheer amount of junk you’ll have to get rid of.
If you can pile all that junk up easily, it’s fine, but often, you have to sort through things or will create more debris as you go. When that’s the case, a better option is to look into Dayton dumpster rental. Here are some reasons why you need to rent a dumpster.
You’re Sorting Through Stuff
If your basement, attic, garage, or shed is overflowing, it may be time to go in and clean it all out. You likely know some of the things you have stored there are trash, but you may also have some items you want to keep. Sorting through it all will take some time. One of the biggest issues is what to do with the trash while you’re going through everything. You don’t want to call junk hauling services multiple times, but you also don’t want to create a giant pile of trash in your garage or, worse, your yard. In fact, many cities and neighborhoods have rules about leaving too much trash in your yard, especially if it’s visible from the street.
A dumpster is a great solution here because it gives you a place to put trash. You don’t need to worry about trash taking up space in your garage or other space because it all goes right in the dumpster. It’s contained, and when you’re done, it’s easy to get rid of. You don’t have to do any additional work other than call to have the dumpster picked up.
You Have a Whole House to Clean Out
If you’ve inherited a home or are helping a loved one move out, there may be a lot of stuff to go through. An older person who has lived in the same home for most of their lives is going to accumulate a lot, and some of it may simply no longer be usable. In fact, there may be so much stuff that you don’t really have a space to sort things. If you have a dumpster, though, you do have a specific place for the trash. By taking out items that you know are trash, you can create room to sort through the rest of the stuff. You’ll be able to make stacks of items to keep and items to donate or give away.
Finding room to sort can be even more difficult if you’re dealing with a hoarder house. Hoarding is a disease, and those who are struggling with it often need help cleaning out their homes. A dumpster is almost always necessary in this case just because of the sheer amount of stuff, especially junk, that you have to deal with.
You’re Doing a DIY Remodel
Doing a DIY remodel may not necessarily create a large amount of trash and debris at once, but it likely will steadily generate more junk as you go. The demolition of the old kitchen, bathroom, or other space will result in a lot of debris in the beginning, of course, but you’ll also have packaging, remnants of materials, and other trash that you make as you go.
Without a dumpster, you have to find some place to put all this debris. Your standard trash bins will likely not be enough, plus many cities won’t take building materials. With a dumpster, you always have a place to put debris that’s out of the way. You’re able to clean up your worksite as you go. This can be very helpful if you’re taking down old structures and rebuilding them, too.
Flipping a House Definitely Requires a Dumpster
If you plan on flipping a house, you’re going to need a dumpster. There’s very little option here, especially if you’re taking down walls, replacing cabinets, and doing other major changes. Even if you’re just doing cosmetic changes, you may still want a dumpster to hold old flooring and yard debris. Yes, you can put yard debris in Junk King dumpsters. Renovating your yard is often just as big of a project as redoing the house itself. If you’re cutting down trees and taking out bushes, they have to go somewhere. You can put cut limbs and other yard debris in the dumpster along with the trash from the interior remodel.
Even if you’re not flipping a property, if you own rental properties, you may need a dumpster to clean out after a tenant leaves. They may have left the carpets, cabinets, and other items in poor condition. They might have also left behind furniture and other stuff they don’t want. You’ve got to get the place cleaned out and ready for a new tenant, and that often means having a dumpster to hold all the trash.
You Own a Business and Need to Do Renovations or a Clean Out
Business owners often have a permanent dumpster that they use for their trash, but those dumpsters aren’t nearly big enough to hold renovation debris or to do a major clean out of an office or retail space. Often, the contract with the waste company also specifies that certain things cannot go in those dumpsters.
If you need to remodel your business or dump a lot of old stuff, renting a dumpster is your best bet. You can toss just about anything in a Junk King dumpster as long as it isn’t hazardous. This means you can get rid of old furniture and appliances as well as display units, shelving, marketing items, and even old product that is broken or can’t be returned.
How Do You Rent a Dumpster?
If you’ve never rented a dumpster before, you may not know how to go about it. For those in Dayton, it’s very easy—just call Junk King Dayton. Our self service dumpsters are perfect for home or business use.
Don’t be fooled by the size. While our dumpsters are smaller than some you’ll see, they still hold 12 cubic yards of debris. The reason we offer smaller dumpsters is because we want them to be driveway friendly. We know many people don’t have the space for giant dumpsters, nor do they really need them. Our dumpsters are designed to provide ample space for trash while being conveniently sized for home use. You can put one in your driveway and still have room to park a car next to it or get into your garage.
When you’re ready to rent a dumpster, all you need to do is call us and let you know when you need it delivered. Our standard rental period is three days, but we do offer longer periods if you need the dumpster for a longer length of time.
How Junk King Dumpster Works
Once the dumpster has been delivered, you’re free to use it as needed. You can put just about anything in it, including appliances, furniture, electronics, yard debris, DIY debris, and more. The only thing you can’t put in one of our dumpsters is hazardous waste. If you have any questions about whether something is classified as hazardous, just give us a call.
After the agree-on rental period is over, we’ll come by and pick up the dumpster. If you need longer, again, just give us a call. When we do pick up the dumpster, we will look at how much of it you used. We use a unique pricing structure that is determined by how much of the dumpster you used. If you didn’t use much, you’ll be charged the minimum amount. If you filled it halfway up, you’ll pay a little more. The most you’ll ever be charged is if you filled the dumpster full. We will always tell you what this max cost will be before you agree to rent the dumpster, and there are never any hidden fees or extra costs.
We also go through everything you put in the dumpster and sort out items that can be donated or recycled. Our goal is to reduce our impact on the environment as much as we possibly can. If you know you have some furniture that can be used by others, carefully put them in the dumpster. We’ll sort them out later and pass them on to one of our local charitable partners. There’s no extra cost or any charge for this service.
Call Junk King Dayton Today to Learn More
Ready to rent a dumpster? You can learn more about our junk hauling services and dumpster rental by giving us a call at 1-888-888-JUNK. You can also request more information via text at 1-737-888-5865 or book your dumpster rental online.