5 Reasons to Consider a Contractor Dumpster Rental
When you are starting a new construction project, there is lots of garbage and debris you need to get rid of. Having a construction dumpster is vital on a job site. If you are a general contractor, you may be providing a construction bin for the whole site. Sub-trades may also need their own bins if they are generating lots of their own debris.
Here are 5 reasons you may need to rent a construction site dumpster.
1. Keep Your Job Site Clean
Job sites can get busy really fast. When there are multiple trades, construction garbage starts to build up. You don’t want to store debris in and around the building you are working on. When you have construction dumpsters on-site, your workers can easily throw in all different types of garbage material. This includes concrete, cardboard, wood, and more. If a drywall sub-trade needs to have their scraps separate, they can have their own bin for their material too. This makes the work site uncluttered so everyone can do their job.
2. Limited Space
Not all worksites have room for a dumpster to sit there for the duration of the job. You can arrange a construction bin rental for a day or two, allowing you to load it up and get it hauled away quickly. If there is limited room on-site you can also select a construction bin size to suit your needs. There are large roll-off bins up to 20 yards as well as smaller 3-yard bins on wheels, and other convenient sizes in between.
With different sizes of bins, you can use them for various applications. Inside a building, you are able to roll smaller bins around to the area you are working. This saves hauling debris by hand. Larger bins can be dropped off around the site to provide easier access. They can also be picked up and moved around as needed by the dumpster company.
4. Improves Safety
Accidents happen quickly and you don’t want to be responsible for them. Having a construction site dumpster will allow your workers to keep the site free of any debris that can cause a trip hazard. Tripping, slipping, and falling are the most common workplace accidents so it’s vital to keep your site clean in high traffic areas. Having a bin onsite will encourage trades to keep their work areas free of garbage and hazards.
5. Large, Bulky Items
On some sites, contractors haul their own junk away. This is fine for small debris and material but what if you have large items to get rid of? You don’t want to have oversized construction debris hanging out of your truck. This is dangerous and could get you a traffic violation. Having a large construction bin will accommodate all your bulky stuff and have it safely taken off-site. You can load it with heavy concrete, wood, and steel material as well as pallets and crates. Regardless of what you need to throw out, a construction site dumpster is the answer.
Whether it’s one small bin or several large roll-off dumpsters, contractors need a solid solution for their worksite garbage and debris. Bargain Bins has the right type of construction site dumpster for your job. It’s simple too. Just:
- Choose Your Bin From our 3-yard Clutter Buster to the 20-yard Max 20. We will drop them off at your site.
- Fill Your Bin Throw in all your construction debris and garbage.
- We Pick It Up Give us a call and we will arrange a fast pick up and return if you need it.
Bargain Bins is here to provide you with all your construction dumpster rental needs. Call us today for more information.