Construction projects create a big mess, whether you are doing a remodel, demolition or just general cleanup. Construction crews often deploy the use of “roll off” dumpsters. These are the large dumpsters you see at large construction sites that hold all the debris and garbage from the site.

These containers are also kept permanently in locations that gather waste that is not permitted in a solid waste dumpster. These dumpsters earned the name “roll offs” because they roll off the back of the truck onto the spot where they are wanted.

So, if you find yourself doing a large project, such as a home remodel, give JunkRemoval.com a call and their friendly staff will be ready and able to handle all of the debris you want removed from your location. The folks at JunkRemoval.com pride ourselves on delivering fast, efficient, and environmentally friendly services for any and all debris removal needs.

The staff at JunkRemoval.com are fully licensed and insured so you can relax knowing that your debris removal is being handled in the safest way possible, no matter the size of the job. Along with your construction debris, JunkRemoval.com staff will pick up any scrap metal you may have at your home, office, storage unit, construction site or anywhere else on your property. Steer clear of the sharp, sometimes dangerous scrap metal and other metal debris and let the kind folks at JunkRemoval.com handle the heavy lifting.

As a friendly reminder, when using a roll off dumpster, make sure if you need a permit to have a roll-off dumpster in your area. If the container is being set on private property, most cities will not require a permit. Some municipalities require the permit to be obtained by the customer, while others require the permit to be obtained by the roll-off provider.

One of the disadvantages of using a roll off dumpster is the potential liability of scratching or damaging the surface the dumpster is placed. The dumpsters often scratch concrete or asphalt surfaces with their metal wheels. Also, often time times the roll-off companies were prohibit certain items in their dumpsters including chemicals, paint, tires and electronics.

 If a load is picked up containing prohibited items, the customer may be charged an additional amount for cleaning of the dumpster and the proper handling of the contaminating material. As soon as you are ready to have someone haul your load off, call on JunkRemoval.com and they will be ready to do all the work for you.