If you’re considering a complete kitchen or bathroom renovation it is likely going to be more cost-effective and waste friendly to rent a dumpster. Here’s why …
You’re probably going to find that you will encounter some form of demolition during the project.
It is common to underestimate the amount of construction debris a particular kitchen/bathroom renovation or remodel will generate. This can not only become very inconvenient but costly as well.
It is not advised to use a small trailer unless it’s a very small project. 8-10yard trailers might seem handy at first, but for kitchen and bathroom renovation/remodels that produce more than 8 yards worth of debris, Eagle Hauling Services recommends the following:
For a small kitchen remodel, we recommend a 20-yard dumpster without going over the weight limit, but for a large kitchen remodel, you’re going to need a 30-yarder or 40-yarder.
- When to use a 20-yarder: Small kitchens with minimal appliances
- When to use a 30-yarder: Medium kitchens with some appliances
- When to use a 40-yarder: Large kitchens with several appliances
If you’re doing a small ½-bath remodel, you can get away with using a 10-yard container for the debris. However, for larger bathroom remodels, a 20-yard container is the option.
- When to use a 10-yarder: 1½ baths, Small full baths (5 ft. x 5 ft. or smaller)
- When to use a 20-yarder: Medium to large full baths (10 ft. x 10 ft. or smaller)
Last tip: RECYCLE. Eagle Hauling Services can help recycle your kitchen or bathroom renovation construction debris. All you have to do is order the dumpster and we’ll take care of the rest.
“In 2015, the Collier County Solid & Hazardous Waste Management Department reported a total of 418,820 tons of C&D material was diverted from the landfill. Of that, 83,764 tons were residential C&D material, and 335,056 tons were commercial C&D material”. Resource:
Eagle Hauling Services wants to help you “Be Green with your Construction Debris”, Call us today!