Construction sites create junk. That's not news to any contractors, but being able to hire professional construction junk removal may be.
Whether it's concrete and masonry debris, old siding and roofing materials, or drywall and flooring remains, it pays to have a pro option for your construction junk removal.
Construction Creates Waste and Debris
According to the career website Zippia.com,
"There are over 700,000 construction companies in the country, with a total annual revenue of about $1.7 trillion dollars in 2016."
Not only is the construction industry (both residential and commercial) massively huge, the EPA has estimated that construction generates more than 200 million tons of construction waste and debris in the United States each year. The bad news is that most of this waste and junk ends up in landfills and dumps.
The good news, however, is that mush of the waste materials from housing (and even commercial) construction can be reused, refurbished, or recycled into usable and resalable products. This is important for contractors since landfill space in the U.S. is diminishing rapidly.
It's for these reasons that debris and junk disposal alternatives such as reusing and recycling waste materials are better options.
In addition, C&D (construction and demolition) waste recycling allows contractors and builders an opportunity to contribute to environmental sustainability. However, too many contractors simply delegate this job to their crew and let them haul everything to the nearest dump, if possible.
Construction Junk Removal and Waste Disposal
What do you know about construction junk removal? Well, we've put together this infographic for you that provides some useful facts and statistics on the world of construction waste removal:
Experienced contractors know that the clean up and disposal of construction junk and debris is a critical part of any construction job. And, to do this professionally, requires forethought, planning, and good management to ensure that construction waste is removed in an efficient, strategic, and cost-effective manner.
In addition, this does NOT mean you have to do this task yourself.
In fact, there are a number of good reasons for outsourcing debris, waste, and construction junk removal to a competent and experienced professional team.
Benefits of Outsourcing Your Construction Junk Removal
There are three main benefits from outsourcing your junk removal:
Minimized Time Loss for Clean Up and Removal
Stop having your crew leave the job to dump debris when they can stay on site working on actual production tasks. It's far better than having them cleaning and then going off site to the dump or recycling center.
Minimized Costs for Disposal
Every labor hour spent cleaning up, fuel, vehicle wear and tear, dumping fees and so on, can all add up to much more than the cost of outsourcing the task. It can be more cost-effective to outsource that work to a competent and professional specialist.
Minimized Time Planning and Arranging Removal and Disposal
Getting rid of your construction trash is not just a simple matter of “throwing it away.” You have to know where to dispose of it, what can be recycled, who you can spare to do the work and which vehicle you can use, etc.
Your Best Choice for Construction Waste Removal
Site clean-up and junk hauling doesn't have to be “part of your job” as a contractor if you have an expert team doing it for you. If you're current construction project requires waste, debris, and junk clean-up and removal, call Junk King!
Our team specializes in construction junk removal. We can be at your job site in mere minutes, so call us today! Our crew is fully insured and well-trained, so you can trust them to take care of your construction waste in a professional and courteous fashion.
And one of the best things about hiring Junk King is that we recycle a much of the material we pick-up. This is proof of our commitment to being an eco-friendly removal service. If you have questions about what we do or what we believe, give us a call at 1-888-888-JUNK (5865).