As a contractor, you’re often left with tons of waste after a construction project. Things like drywall, trash from material packaging, demolition debris, and concrete can be difficult to remove from a construction site.
You can try removing it yourself, but do you really want to? It’s always better to leave it to a professional company. Specialized debris removal professionals deal in the collection, recycling, and disposal of construction waste.
Top construction companies know that outsourcing their debris removal is the best solution – it’s safer, faster, and far more efficient.
Here’s what notable companies look out for when hiring a debris removal company:
A free on-site estimate
Although you can get an estimate over the phone, getting an on-site estimate is better in the long run for larger construction removal companies. A good junk removal firm will come to your construction site and assess the amount of debris that will be created after your project. Make sure the estimate includes all things like recurring pick-ups and removal.
Efficiency and speed
Since most construction projects are time-sensitive, there’s a limited amount of time to clean up and remove debris. A professional junk removal company should be able to respond quickly, work quickly, and complete the task within the required time frame. Companies like Junk King can get rid of your stuff on the spot about 90% of the time. Working with a flexible and efficient company will save you money in the long run, especially one with no hidden fees.
Site cleanup and debris hauling
Make sure you get the most bang for your buck by working with a company that hauls away debris and cleans up the site afterwards. By ‘clean up’ we don’t mean vacuum and shine the place, but a professional debris removal company will remove everything and leave your site in a clean and safe state.
Many states in America have specific requirements for the proper handling and disposal of various materials and substances. Professional companies will be aware of all the rules and regulations of junk removal, and have the proper license, training and insurance. They’ll also make sure the right materials are taken to the proper disposal or recycling facilities.
Can you imagine separating all your recyclable items from your non-recyclable items? It’s not the easiest task for the untrained eye, but a professional debris removal firm knows exactly what can be recycled and what can’t. Make sure you hire an eco-friendly company that recycles as much as they can. Some companies also reuse and donate items that are still in good shape – this means fewer items end up in landfills.
Why you should outsource your construction debris removal:
Debris hauling and site clean-up doesn’t have to be a part of your job. It’s actually more cost-effective to outsource your debris removal services – your team won’t have to waste time on a task that doesn’t generate revenue. At Junk King, we are well-trained, professional, insured, and efficient. We’re committed to preserving the environment, which is why we recycle as much material as we can, as well as reuse and donate items. No matter how big or small your project is – Junk King can help you out. Contact us today for all your junk removal needs.