How to Choose the Right Bin Rental

If the amount of junk and clutter around your home is starting to become a nuisance or a hazard, it may be time to look for a bin rental. Whether you are looking to get rid of old junk, construction debris from a previous renovation, or other items, the right bin rental can make the disposal process easy. As leading providers of bin rentals for homes, construction sites, and other settings, the team at Onestop Disposal understands the importance of choosing the right bin size. That is why our team has compiled a list of 3 tips outlining how to choose the right bin rental to ensure that you have enough space for your junk, items, and debris.

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3 Tips for Choosing the Right Bin Rental

The following tips can help you choose the perfect bin for the job:

1. Know What You are Putting in the Bin

It is always helpful to make a list outlining all the items you wish to place in your bin rental. This will help you determine if a 5-yard bin or a 7-yard bin rental is better for your needs. A detailed list can also inform your junk removal company of any items that may require a different disposal method or alert them to any restricted items. This helps to reduce the amount of handling required while minimizing the chance of additional fees or fines.

2. Choose a Convenient Location for a Bin

The location of your bin rental will directly affect how easy it is to place, load, and retrieve. Though most homeowners will use their driveway, construction sites and other settings may need to create a dedicated space for the bin. The wrong location can make filling the bin unsafe or inconvenient, increasing the amount of time it takes to get the job done. It is important to choose a location that allows for easy placement, loading, and retrieval, as this will make the disposal process much easier in the long run.

3. Research Local Restrictions and Codes

Depending on your location, there may be some restrictions that dictate what can/cannot be placed in a bin rental. For example, some areas may not allow appliances or household electronics to be placed in a disposal bin, so you will need to consider other options for getting rid of them. Despite these restrictions, some disposal companies offer solutions for restricted items, allowing you to hire one provider to handle everything.

For more information on our bin rentals or for assistance determining the right option for your needs, get in touch with the team at Onestop Disposal. We can be reached at 604-613-5271 or through our online contact form and will be happy to assist you.