While replacing your roof might seem like a daunting task, knowing how to dispose of roofing debris ahead of time can help make the process smoother and less stressful. Whether you are thinking about renting a dumpster for your roofing debris or are wanting to recycle your shingles, the team from Onestop Disposal can help ensure that all of your roofing debris is properly disposed of.
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How to Dispose of Cedar Shingles
Since cedar shingles are often coated with a chemical substance that is designed to help the shingles last longer, most cedar shingles cannot be recycled as the chemicals could potentially contaminate groundwater. If you are looking to dispose of cedar shingles, your best option would be to rent a dumpster bin from a reputable junk removal company. Once the bin is full, the company will remove it from your property and will ensure that the shingles are disposed of safely.
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How to Dispose of Asphalt Roofing
Asphalt shingles can be recycled by melting them down to create new asphalt for paving roads. Choosing to work with a junk removal company that is known for sorting and recycling materials will help ensure that your asphalt roofing stays out of the landfill. The team from Onestop Disposal can provide you with the right size bin for your asphalt shingles, and we will take the time to sort and recycle any materials in the bin, preventing unnecessary items from ending up at the dump.
How to Dispose of Tar and Gravel Roofing
Depending on the materials used for your tar and gravel roof, some of the items like the tar, nails, and staples can be separated from the other debris and recycled; however, in some cases, tar and gravel roofing materials can be considered hazardous so make sure to talk to a professional before removing the roof on your own. A reputable junk removal company will be able to carefully sort through the debris, separating out the materials that can be safely recycled from the materials that will need to be disposed of properly.
If you would like to learn more information about how to dispose of roofing debris, or if you are interested in our bin rentals for roofing projects, please contact Onestop Disposal at 604-613-5271 or by filling out a contact form on our website. Our professional team would love to help you dispose of your roofing materials as safely as possible.