Are you getting ready to remodel your home? Do you have almost everything planned out, except what you're going to do with the waste that's generated? Here are some reasons to rent a dumpster from a dumpster services company:

Convenience: Maybe you were planning on keeping all the trash in a single pile and taking it to the dump after the job has been completed. However, you may not have realized exactly how much trash is going to be generated by your construction project. Before you know it, the pile may be significantly larger than you planned, forcing you to make a run to the dump in the middle of doing something else. In addition to setting aside whatever was being worked on, you'll also have to take the time to load the trash into the truck or trailer that you're using for hauling. Some things, such as large wall panels or long pieces of wood or pipe, may need to be broken down before they can be loaded into your truck or trailer. But with a rental from a dumpster services company, you can simply toss things in as you go, saving you time that you can use for other things.

Safety: An unsupervised junk pile can be an inviting temptation to both your children and any neighborhood children. To a young child, a junk pile may seem to be full of mystery and wonder, when it's actually full of broken glass and rusty nails. By putting your trash into an unreachable container from a dumpster services company, you'll be be secure in the knowledge that no children will be playing in the junk pile. Instead of wondering whether any kids will try to play with the attractively pink and fluffy-looking fiberglass insulation you're throwing away, you'll know that it's safely contained where no young child can see it.

Cost: Trips to the dump can quickly get costly. Most dumps will charge both a per load, or tipping, fee and a weight fee. If you have a large project with a lot of debris, these fees can quickly add up. Contact both your local dump and a few dumpster services companies and ask them for their fees. Look for a dumpster that costs less than your projected dump fees and that will hold more debris than you expect. Your project may generate more trash than you had thought. This would result in higher dump fees, but the cost of your dumpster rental should remain the same.

To find out more about dumpster services, contact a company like Keith Krupenny & Son Disposal Service Inc.