4 Dumpster Rental Safety Tips You Should Know

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4 Dumpster Rental Safety Tips You Should Know

4 Dumpster Rental Safety Tips You Should Know

5 October 2015
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If you are planning on renting a dumpster either because you are cleaning your home or you are having a large party, then you will want to be sure that you are thoroughly prepared for it. Here are four dumpster rental tips you must know to make your rental experience safe and convenient:

1. Don't Overfill: Be sure that you are renting enough dumpsters for what you need. You don't want to rent just one dumpster or a dumpster that is too small if you need more space, because you don't want to end up overfilling the dumpster. Overfilling a dumpster poses a danger to people walking by because things can fall out, but it also leaves you without someone to pick the dumpster up. A dumpster rental company will not be able to take away an overfilled dumpster, because it can be too heavy and dangerous to transport safely on the roads.

2. Keep Away from Power Lines: If you place a dumpster near power lines, there is a much higher chance of fire, especially if you will be filling the dumpster with wood or plastic materials. This can lead to a large fire that can be difficult to control. 

3. ​Receive a Street Permit: If you don't want the dumpster to sit on your property or you simply do not have room for it to sit on your property, then you are going to have to receive a street permit that will allow you to put the dumpster on the side of the street. You will need to provide information such as the size of the dumpster and the amount of time you will need the dumpster, so be sure that you have that information ready when you apply for a permit. A dumpster rental company will not sit a dumpster on the side of the road unless you already have this permit on hand. 

4. Clear the Area: Finally, you want to be sure that the area where you want to place the dumpster is clear. No vehicles should be in the way of the dumpster rental company dropping off and picking up the dumpster. Not only can this prevent a quick pickup and drop off, but it can also be dangerous for the possessions that you have on your property.

By knowing these things about dumpster rental safety, you can be sure that things are done right without causing any potentially harm or other issues along the way. For more information, contact a professional rental company like Michael's Rolloff Solutions.

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