What To Look For When Renting Dumpsters For Your Waste Removal
At the end of your project, the last consideration is always waste disposal. You want this part of the project to be taken care as quickly and efficiently as possible so you can tie a bow on that project and start the next. While many contractors have alternative methods of getting rid of the waste (trailers, pickup truck, etc), you may opt to rent a dumpster. Here are the 4 main considerations when looking at companies to rent a dumpster from.
How Responsive is the Dumpster Rental Company? There will several occasions when you are unable to schedule a delivery a few days in advance; you need that dumpster now! If the dumpster company continuously have phone calls go to voicemail, that's a telling sign and red flag that they may not put a premium on customer service. At worst, the dumpster rental company should have an answering service answer calls for them to assure your calls don't go to voicemail and your request and need is serviced as quickly as possible.
How Quickly Can I Get a Dumpster to My Project? Inventory control is one of the operational challenges of any dumpster rental company. Typically, in the Bin There Dump That franchise system we find one truck can successfully manage 24-30 containers. When calling companies local to you, you may want to ask about their inventory; how many trucks and containers they have in their fleet. Bin There Dump That franchise operators also use an inventory operations system called Bin Tracker to help manage inventory. Finally, these companies should value their contractor customers for the volume of dumpsters the contractor gives their dumpster rental company. The Bin There Dump That motto is to always aim to have at least 15% of your inventory available to service contractor customers; this may be something you ask of your local dumpster supplier.