If you are interested in remodeling your kitchen and handling most tasks on your own, you may want to come up with a reliable solution for removing things. While you could divide everything that you want to throw away and put a bit into your garbage bin every week, you will likely have a better remodeling experience if you are able to throw everything away as soon as possible.
Renting a dumpster will give you all the space that you need to throw things away from the moment you begin remodeling the kitchen all the way until you finish.
When doing a major remodel, you may intend on replacing the appliances, especially when you know that the existing ones are old and worn down. Their age and condition may put them past the point of attempting to donate or sell them, so you will appreciate a dumpster's ability to give you a place to throw these oversized things away without having to leave your property. You can put the appliances on a furniture dolly and wheel them out to the dumpster with a bit of help.
If you intend on replacing the cabinetry, you will have a lot to put into a dumpster. The easiest way to fit all the cabinet parts inside the dumpster without taking up a lot of space is by breaking them down into individual pieces. A stack of wood slabs will demand much less space compared to putting an entire cabinet into the dumpster, which would be leaving the inside empty.
With a decent-sized kitchen, you will find that removing the floors will create a decent amount of trash that you need to get out of the house so that you can continue remodeling. While it depends on what kind of flooring you are removing from the kitchen, you should try to find an easy way to bring everything to the dumpster while also protecting your home from damage.
Piling up tile slabs in a sturdy box or container and placing it on a furniture dolly or hand truck will allow you to move quickly between the kitchen and dumpster.
One of the biggest obstacles that comes with remodeling a kitchen is finding a place to throw everything away. Fortunately, renting a dumpster from the start of your remodel and keeping it until the end will solve this problem and give you a place to put everything that you remove. Contact Tiger Sanitation LLC, to learn more!