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Small Contractors Still Need Construction Debris Removal

Posted by Junk King on Jul 20, 2022 5:00:00 AM


Residential contractors and those who specialize in smaller projects still have a pressing need for construction debris removal with most of their job.

The problem is that, unlike large contracting firms with multiple trucks and workers, these contractors have limited resources for hauling construction debris off a job site. 

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Bob the Builder Never Had to Clean up - But Everyone Else Does

One of the constants of construction - no matter the size of the project - is that someone has to clean up the site once it's complete. And often several times throughout the course of the project. 

However, all that clean up also requires lifting, loading, hauling, and unloading debris and rubble.

And who wants to do that?

Large construction firms with dozens or hundreds of laborers and several vehicles on site can often afford to dispatch a few workers and a truck to haul debris to a landfill or other waste disposal facility. Many times these firms will make use of large roll-off dumpsters, as well. 

"Bob" the residential contractor with two or three employees isn't that fortunate. 

These smaller firms must either clean up and haul away their construction debris themselves, during or after the job, or pay someone else to do it for them.

The good news is that outsourcing construction debris removal can actually be a far more simple, eco-friendly, and cost-effective approach.

If you outsource to the right debris removal firm.


Not Really Rock n Roll - Concrete Rubble, Masonry, and Heavy Metal

Getting rid of broken up sheetrock and plasterboard debris is one thing. Hauling off all the scrap and cut-offs from framing material isn't all that hard. Even the mounds of dirt and dusty debris that has to be swept up and shoveled off is not difficult.

But nobody likes dealing with concrete rubble, rusty rebar, or large pieces of scrap metal debris.

Yet many remodels and even some renovations can require major busting up of old concrete slabs and other types of rubble-producing structures. Aside from the work and the dust, cleaning up all that rubble and debris is hard work, time-consuming, and even a bit hazardous.

And then there's the issue of where, exactly, do you take all that stuff? To the local landfill?

 Unfortunately, that's the course most contractors tend to take. It's a relatively simple, fast, and straightforward method for disposing of all that large, heavy debris from their job site. 

But there is a better way. 

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In the World of Contractors and Sub-Contractors, Junk King Reigns

Most every general contractor, and even a few sub-contractors, routinely make use of, well... sub-contractors. 

For example, a general contractor building a custom home will usually bring on an electrician as a sub-contractor to handle the house wiring. And, in some instances, that electrician may bring in a sub-contractor to take care of just the low-voltage work that's required. 

The scenarios are endless and the practice is simply an established part of the contracting and building world. 

Which is where the construction debris removal "sub-contractor" comes in. 

Hiring a firm that is trained, equipped, and efficient at clearing up, removing, and hauling away construction waste and debris should be seen as a regular and normal function on most any site. It is a common practice among many large construction firms, but it can be for smaller, even one-man builders, as well.

And it is affordable. 

When you calculate your own time, or that of your workers, and then add to that the loss of on-the-job productivity for all the time required to clean and haul off debris, you can see that going with an outside firm is far more beneficial and cost-effective. 

Besides, this way you don't have to do any of the heavy lifting!

And the firm of choice for sub-contracting construction debris removal? That would be Junk King.

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Junk King - Construction Debris Removal Done for You

New construction, renovations, and remodels can all result in large amounts of construction debris, waste and junk material that must be removed and disposed of.

And, unless you have a spare truck and the workers to spare, all this rubble and debris will have to be loaded and hauled off some other way. 

The good news is that you can call on the professional construction debris removal pros at Junk King.

And we can take care of it for you in two ways: full-service construction waste removal or with a roll-off dumpster rental option.

We can come out to your job site once when you're finished and remove all the piles of debris and waste materials, or make a few trips as you work through your project. This is the easiest and perhaps quickest solution for your construction waste removal needs.

Or you can also make use of one of our MINI Dumpster rentals.

These large-capacity, but user-friendly sized roll-off dumpster rentals can be used to "stage" and contain all your construction debris until you're ready to have us come and pick it up for removal.

Either way, construction waste removal from your building project can be easy and affordable.

So, are you ready to get rid of your construction waste? It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3.

Our professional and insured junk removal team will call 15 to 30 minutes before we arrive at your job site and we’ll give you a free estimate based on how much room your debris will take up in our truck.

Make an appointment today by booking online above or by calling 1.888.888.JUNK (5865).


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