Summertime is the perfect time to declutter your home and cut ties with any old junk you don’t need anymore. Though springtime is the customary cleanout time—hence the phrase “spring cleaning”—summer is often the ideal time to get inspired. Perhaps you’re having guests over for a family party or a summer barbeque and want to put your best foot forward with a home that is truly spick and span. Alternatively, maybe you’re planning a summer renovation and need to clear out some clutter to save money on temporary storage. Summer is also prime house buying season, and relocating to a new address is an obvious reason for decluttering. In any case, if you’re executing a summer cleanout, there’s one question you’re probably asking: “How much to rent a dumpster?”
Household and kitchen appliances get old. Sometimes they just need to be upgraded and other times they break down and must be replaced. Either way, you still have to get rid of the old one.
Hauling off and disposing of old appliances is a difficult task for any homeowner. Unless you already have an appliance professional or two at home and a large truck, getting rid of that old machine is going to be a challenge.
The month of June means the official start of summer and an assortment of commemorative days, from National Doughnut Day to the recognition of the Normandy Invasion on June 6. But it’s also the month of Father’s Day, and Junk King always likes to take time to recognize the importance of dads.
Everyone is aware of the dangers of identity theft and the increase in cyber crime. But did you know that what you have in your household junk and waste can be a goldmine for identity thieves?
How bad is it?
If you are in the market to rent a dumpster for the first time, you might be curious what to expect from a cost perspective. What is the average rate for dumpster rental? What kind of pricing would represent a good deal? How much money would be too much for a rental dumpster? These questions are all common when talking about rent-a-dumpster cost.
The days of the traditional wood deck built with sixteen penny nails and swinging hammers haven't disappeared completely. But the options for building materials has grown tremendously and offer exciting possibilities.
It used to be that an affordable deck was built with treated wood of some type. For those with a bigger budget, a redwood deck was the way to go. However, once the movement towards an "outdoor living" lifestyle began to become more popular, deck designs evolved as did the need for more versatile, longer-lasting materials.
At one point or another, it's a problem many people must figure out how to deal with: a mountain of debris, a ton of trash, or even the knowledge that soon, you'll have a mess on your hands. No matter the precise reason that you're facing a need to dispose of a large amount of waste, the big question on your mind is always going to be "How can I most effectively get rid of it all?" The answer many people increasingly find themselves arriving at is simple: renting trash dumpsters.
Junk removal and junk hauling can be a pain. Especially if you have a large project or lot of junk. In those cases, a MINI Dumpster can be a perfect solution. But it comes in handy for more than just getting rid of junk!
Homeowners don't always consider renting a dumpster for their own junk removal needs. For most folks, the picture of a giant, beat-up steel container sitting in front of their home is not appealing. Besides, how would you get one and is it even affordable?
You’ve already made the mess. Maybe it happened while you were working for a client, or perhaps you simply let junk pile up in your workplace over time. In either case, the material you need to rid yourself of is just sitting there somewhere on your property and you’d rather it was somewhere else. It might be too big for your local garbage collectors, too awkward or messy to take to the landfill in your own vehicle, or too embarrassing for you to call a group of cleaners and removal specialists. Did you know there’s another way? Many businesses rent trash dumpsters to help them deal with unwanted materials. You might not have considered it before, but the chances are good that a dumpster rental company near you is already quite accustomed to dealing with the kind of waste your company produces.