Whether it be the dishes after cooking a fine meal or the debris after a long and successful construction, few, if any, like to think about the clean up that comes after a project. Unfortunately, removing debris and dirt is an inevitable part of working on your home’s interior and exterior. And, while unavoidable, a well carried out clean up can make the difference between a job well done and one half done!
That being said, there are two tried and true avenues one can take when looking to hire professional assistance for their project’s finishing steps: dumpster rental and junk removal. While they may sound similar, each comes with its own pros and cons that should be considered!
Junk removal services entail a team coming down and removing your junk and debris without asking for any assistance from you. This may seem incredibly convenient but the costs involved with this kind of service are well above what you can expect for a simpler dumpster rental. You’ll also have to pay for multiple trips should your particular project require it.
That isn’t to say this option doesn’t have any benefits! The process is carried out by professionals and allows you to relax, meaning a quicker clean up and less physical labor expected from your end. If your renovation or construction project was especially grand in scale, shelling out the extra money for a professional junk removal might be a worthwhile investment!
Unlike a junk removal treatment, dumpster rental services require the renter to dispose of items themselves. This takes a little more time and especially more effort on your part, but if your project’s aftermath is small in scale, a dumpster rental is a more financially responsible choice.
Furthermore, dumpsters are rented weeks at a time which makes them ideal for projects expected to last a little while. This also allows you to take your time filling dumpsters as your project progresses. Taking care of junk and debris as it is made can save on one big, day killing clean up after the project is complete!
Regardless of which service you pick, a number of different considerations, such as your location and the size of what you’re looking to remove, can directly impact the price you’ll pay out of pocket. Do your fair share of research and keep the comparisons we mentioned in mind and you’re sure to find the ideal service for your unique project!