Posted on: 28 May 2019
Investing in a dumpster rental can be a really easy way to get rid of junk and allow you to clean up your home and property in a quick and effective manner. When you rent a dumpster, be sure to take steps to minimize the damage to your property during the rental process.
Know Where to Put the Dumpster
Before the dumpster arrives, you need to know where to put the dumpster. The spot where you put the dumpster really matters. You want to put the dumpster on a flat surface, where the dumpster doesn't have a very high chance of rolling or moving unexpectedly.
Dumpsters also get a lot heavier over time, so you want the dumpster to be placed on a solid surface. Ideally, you want to put the dumpster on cement or asphalt. The dumpster is going to get heavier over time, and you don't want to put it on a soft surface where it will sink. At the same time, you need to make sure the dumpster location is not blocking the visibility in your driveway for vehicles or pedestrians.
Have a Good Path to the Dumpster
Next, you want to have a good path to the dumpster. You don't want to set the dumpster just anywhere on your property; you want to set it up somewhere where it is easy to get to. You shouldn't have to walk through your flowers or across a bunch of mud in order to get to the dumpster. You want a safe path to the dumpster so no one is hurt walking to it and none of your property is damaging getting to and from the dumpster.
Don't Overload the Dumpster
You don't want to overload the dumpster. Make sure everyone knows how to properly load up the dumpster. Items should be evenly distributed across the dumpster. Items should not be loaded up all on the same side; this will cause the dumpster to be unevenly balanced. You also don't want to fill the dumpster too full.
Keep the Area Clean
Finally, you need to keep the area around the dumpster clean. At the end of the day, you are going to want to sweep up around the area. You want to clean up and make sure that small debris doesn't build up around the base of the dumpster.
When you rent a dumpster, put it in a safe location that is easy to access. Make sure you don't overload the dumpster and keep the area clean around the dumpster.Share