Oftentimes, when you’re thinking about starting that home improvement or landscaping project, what to do with the waste is the last thing on your mind. But the reality of it is that these kinds of projects literally come with a lot of baggage. Figuring out what to do with all the waste you accumulate can turn into a project of its own.

In these instances, renting a disposal bin can save you a lot of time and money—not to mention extra work. Here are just a few ways:

Forget About the Bags

Stopping the work you’re doing to spend time cleaning and bagging your waste never seems productive, but it’s part of the job, right? It doesn’t have to be.

When you have a disposal bin handy, there’s no need to mess with those heavy-duty plastic bags. Whatever waste you produce, you can simply walk to your conveniently located disposal bin and drop it in.

Cut Out Extra Trips

With larger projects, working without a disposal bin can cost you a lot of time. You’ll have to stop regularly to get rid of your waste, usually by bagging it up and taking it to a dump or recycling center.

With a disposal bin, all of this extra work goes to the wayside. No need for sorting or worrying about a trip to the city dump—you let the disposal bin company worry about it. Even if you fill up your bin, the company can come pick it up and drop off an empty one.

Size Matters

For colossal projects, like home remodeling, you can end up with oversized pieces of waste. To accommodate normal waste bins, you’d need to spend time breaking it all down to size.

With a disposal bin parked nearby, there’s no need. Whether it’s the frame of a wall or a tree from your backyard, all you have to worry about is dropping it in the bin. The disposal bin company takes care of the rest.

Planning Your Bin Rental

Having a disposal bin handy can save you lot of extra work. But the most efficient way to save time and money is to plan your project accordingly. Renting a disposal bin is no different. Here are a couple of tips to help you get the most from your bin rental:

Pick a good location for your disposal bin. Make sure it’s as close as possible to the project location while still being in a safe location. Keep in mind that the disposal company will need to be able to get in and out to drop off and pick up your bin.

Pick the right size disposal bin. Not all projects are created equal in terms of the waste they produce. Be sure you take into consideration how much waste you’ll need to get rid of, as well as the size of it.

Not sure what kind of bin you need for your next big project? No problem. Get in contact with us here at Miller Bins, and we can help you choose the right one.