As the weather starts to cool down for the summer, many homeowners, landscaping professionals, and contractors are ramping up with some types of indoor and outdoor projects. The summer’s oppressive heat is often reason enough for homeowners to put off their DIYs until early fall, and some projects create a massive amount of waste. A roll-off container is the perfect way to dispose of construction waste, clean dirt, and more during your next project in Parkton. Follow these top tips to make the most of your roll-off container from Lehnhoff’s Supply.
Select the Right Type of Waste Disposal
Your home improvement or landscaping project can produce a surprising collection of debris, and knowing how to handle your waste is one of the first steps in selecting a roll-off container. Lehnhoff’s Supply offers waste disposal for clean lawn debris, clean dirt, clean concrete/asphalt, and construction/trash debris. These materials are all processed differently, so you may find that multiple types of containers are necessary throughout your project. The experts at Lehnhoff’s Supply can help you determine which kind of waste product you have and which roll-off container is right for you.
Choose a Size for Your Roll-Off Container
Next, you must pick a size that can accommodate all of your waste. Lehnhoff’s Supply offers units that are sized in cubic yards (a unit of volume), but the container’s exact dimensions are also critical. Make sure to choose a size that can fit your largest pieces of debris. If in doubt, choose a larger size than you think you will need.
Determine Where You Will Put the Roll-Off Container
One aspect of large home improvement and landscaping projects that some homeowners forget to address is where the waste will sit while waiting for pickup. Will a 10-cubic-yard container fit in your driveway? Does your homeowners’ association have rules against this? Is your proposed location for the roll-off container convenient to access from the site of your project? These are all questions that homeowners and their contractors must consider when planning to use a roll-off container in Parkton.
Questions? Lehnhoff’s Supply is Here to Help
If you still have more questions about how to best prepare your landscape or garden for summer and fall, the trained professionals at Lehnhoff’s Supply are here to help you. Find us at 2708 Belair Road, Fallston, MD 21047 and give us a call at 410-510-7646. For tips, tricks, and to see what we have been up to, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
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