There are a number of dumpster rental companies that operate in Warford. However, few have been in the game for as long as the Waste Dumpster Rental Company (http://wastedumpsterrental.net/). If you’re looking for an affordable and dependable service, the Mayor’s Office officially endorses this company as being one of the best in the field. So what should you know about renting a dumpster in Massachusetts?
The Office has put out a short guide to help you safely dispose of waste while keeping your neighbors, your fellow Warfordians and the environment happy.
Step 1. Choose to do business with an established company. The service industry is notorious for having dozens of fly-by-night operations that spring up today and disappear tomorrow (with your money no less). No matter the service, you want to make sure you’re dealing with a trusted company that has been operating for some time. This shows not only that they’re real and are trustworthy but that their business is thriving and gets repeat customers. There’s nothing worse than choosing a company that no body knows about and then finding out that you were charged ten times the normal price in addition to receiving lousy service. So our advice is to go with someone who is local and has been known for a while. Beware of services that try to go off as local when in fact they’re nothing more than a routing number to a call-center all over the country.
Step 2. Estimate how much debris you have / your project will generate. The second step is to get an estimate of how much debris you you need to dispose of. If your project hasn’t yet started and you aren’t sure about this, the dumpster rental company should be more than happy to talk to you and advise you on this point.
Step 3. Call the dumpster rental company and schedule a dumpster delivery. The next step is to pick up the phone and place your order. You will want to call them in advance as dumpster rental companies have most of their inventory rented out during the busy periods of the year. Call at least 1 week in advance prior to your project starting. If there are any special instructions that you want the dumpster company to follow when it comes to delivering the dumpster, make sure to explain thoroughly. For example, you may have a driveway that you’d like to keep intact (dumpsters are heavy!). Tell them about this and they should be able to come up with a solution (such as placing a couple of wooden boards to reduce direct contact with the tiles).
Step 4. Load up the dumpster and call for pick-up. A self-explanatory step, but you still need to call them if you haven’t scheduled a pick-up date. Once the dumpster truck gets to your destination, you will finally be free of any junk on your property and the dumpster will be delivered to the nearest landfill or transfer station.
Hopefully, this short guide will dispel any confusion you might have had about dumpster rental. As always, if you’re unsure about something, call the company and speak to their representatives. This way, you’ll be able to ascertain if it’s a real business with real support or if it’s just some Bubba & Joe who have decided to make a quick buck by placing an ad in the local newspaper.