Bathroom and kitchen remodels can be a great investment, especially if you’re wanting to jump into the hot real estate market. But, even if you do a small remodel simply to upgrade your home or to have an improved living space for yourself, remodeling can be a messy project.
When you factor in the work and resulting debris from the inevitable demolition phase, that can be huge in itself. And then add in the waste and other junk from even a simple upgrade or a minor renovation, you can end up with a lot of debris.
But if you are going to take on a full remodeling project it can mean completely removing all of a bathroom’s fixtures, cabinets, and sometimes even portions of walls. And all that adds up to a great deal of debris and trash.
Renovation or Remodel, It Still Means Construction Debris Removal
All construction sites create waste, debris, and junk.
And it is true in a home as well as a commercial site. In fact, regardless of whether you’re taking on a minor renovation or a major remodel, debris will be created.
By the way, people often use those two terms somewhat interchangeably, but serious DIY’ers and contractors do make a distinction between them.
According to RealSimple.com,
“While a remodel is changing the form of something (adding a new shower to an existing bathroom), renovation focuses more on restoring something old into good repair (fixing up a creaky floor, for example, or taking on a kitchen renovation cost).”
What both projects have in common, however, is that they produce rubble, trash, and an assorted variety of debris materials. Sometimes piles of it. And almost always far more than your household trash bins or recycling bins can manage. If you have a contractor doing the job for you, he or she might have the foresight to rent a small dumpster of some kind for all of that.
But just as likely not.
The problem is that cleaning it up and disposing of it properly is both labor-intensive and time-consuming – something that nobody really wants to do. And this is true whether your home is in Lakeside, Chula Vista, La Mesa, Alpine, or up in Santee.
Junk is junk. And it’s never an easy or fun job to get rid of it.
This is why Junk King San Diego specializes in residential construction debris removal.
What Are Your Options for Residential Construction Debris Removal?
Well, we already mentioned the possibility of your contractor staging it all in a rental dumpster to be hauled off once the job is done. The good news is that you don’t have to depend on your contractor to take care of it. You can take care of it yourself.
And, no, we don’t mean getting out there and loading rubble and debris into the trunk of your family car or the back of your SUV! In fact, you can take care of it without doing any cleaning up or heavy lifting.
With just a quick call to Junk King San Diego you can have an expert and professional junk removal team at your home in no time, ready to quickly, courteously, and efficiently clear out all the junk, trash, and construction debris that’s piled up from your remodeling project.
Which is way better than your other option – doing it yourself.
Because, if you don’t have a pickup truck or easy access to one, cleaning up that type of junk and debris can be difficult and incredibly messy.
Not to mention that you have to load it all yourself, cover and secure your load, figure out where you can dump it, take it there, unload it, go home, clean the truck – and you have to pay for the privilege of doing all the work! Tools and equipment for hauling, gas for the truck, and dumping fees at the waste transfer station or landfill.
What’s Better than Construction Debris Removal? GREEN Construction Debris Removal!
Even though not every – or even most – contractors make it a practice to do so, the fact remains that up to 90 percent or more of all construction debris is recyclable.
Not only can most of it be recycled, but much of it can also be simply reused.
That includes materials such as steel, aluminum, copper, and iron scraps to concrete rubble, glass, and even junk lumber. These can all be reused or recycled. Unfortunately, however, much of the remodeling junk and other construction debris simply ends up in the nearest landfill even though it doesn’t have to be.
But there are many alternatives that can be taken with various types of construction debris materials that make up what we call “Green construction debris removal.” Essentially, this just means taking the time and planning for recycling as much of everything as possible.
At Junk King San Diego, this is nothing new for us.
In fact, being green is what we do and it’s what we’ve always done. For Junk King, this means recycling at least 60 percent of everything we pick up from every job. This is more than simply a “nice thing to do” to make us look like good corporate citizens – it is the heart of our company’s mission.
Our recycling goals apply not only to construction waste, but to everything else we pick up every day throughout the city of San Diego.
The really good news is that, when it comes to remodeling and construction debris, many of the materials we recover can be easily recycled. For example, materials like all the scrap metals, concrete and masonry, as well as the various wood and lumber pieces.
Since the founding of Junk King in 2005, it has always been our company’s mission to recycle as much waste and junk items as possible. And at Junk King San Diego we have always been true to the mission, and we continue to do all we can to protect our neighborhoods and the planet by providing a sustainable alternative to landfills.
And the good news is that, by calling Junk King San Diego for any of your junk removal needs, you can become a part of a green solution, as well.
It’s no wonder why Junk King has been named “America’s greenest junk removal service.”
Junk King San Diego for Your Construction Debris Removal Needs
Residential construction debris removal is almost never an easy chore. And it can be challenging, especially for homeowners or residential contractors with a small crew.
The good news is that, for residential construction debris removal service in San Diego or the nearby area, a quick call to Junk King San Diego can be your easiest construction waste removal and disposal solution.
That’s because at Junk King, we specialize in construction debris removal. In fact, we take care of it on a regular basis, and we’ve done so for years. This is why we’re the experts!
Calling us to clean it up and haul it out is always a good option. And outsourcing this part of your home construction job to Junk King San Diego also has another great benefit – we do all the heavy lifting.
So, whether you’re a contractor, a property manager, or a homeowner, you want a professional solution for your construction debris disposal. This/// is why we say we’re the right choice for the job – our highly trained and insured junk haulers are experts at removing construction debris and other bulk items like old appliances and furniture.
All of which simply means that you can trust Junk King San Diego to take care of it quickly and efficiently without holding up your project. And you can rest assured that anything that can be reused or recycled will be taken care of properly.
Our courteous and friendly debris removal experts will show up at your home and we’ll call 15 to 30 minutes before we arrive. Once there, we’ll also give you a free quote based on how much room your waste, debris, and other material will take up in our truck.
You simply point and we haul the debris into our junk removal trucks, with no hidden fees.
Ready to clean up your project debris? It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3.
When you need to dispose of that rubble, sheetrock, scrap lumber, and other large construction debris materials, simply call Junk King San Diego.