Fall is a busy time of year for landscaping projects. For most people, it involves a lot of pruning, leaf removal and yard cleanup before the winter weather hits and it becomes too cold or difficult to get outside and do important yard work.
If you know you’re going to have a lot of yard waste and other landscaping debris to remove from your property this fall, you might be wondering about your options for landscaping trash removal in Nashville, TN. Consider renting a dumpster to collect all of that waste for more efficient removal. You can find dumpsters in a variety of sizes based on whatever your needs may be. Common choices include:
- 10-yard dumpster: This dumpster is best suited for standard yard maintenance, redesigning a flower bed and removing dirt.
- 20-yard dumpster: This dumpster can be used if you’re removing multiple shrubs or trees, cleaning up a yard of a larger size or redesigning multiple flower beds.
- 30-yard dumpster: This dumpster is ideal for a full landscape redesign, clearing brush out of a large area and removing larger amounts of sod.
- 40-yard dumpster: Larger dumpsters of this size are best suited for storm debris cleanup, commercial landscaping needs and debris removal across much larger areas.
Dumpster rentals for landscaping trash removal
One of the most annoying parts of any landscaping job is having to clean up all the debris and waste when the job is complete. By having a dumpster on hand, you can cut down the number of trips you have to make to the dump with all of your yard waste, saving yourself a significant amount of time, as you don’t even have to leave your home. Once you’re all done loading up the dumpster, you can simply call the dumpster rental company and they’ll take it away for you.
When bringing the dumpster to your property, you can have it conveniently placed right out front so you can bring the debris there and the company can easily come to pick it up and haul it away.
Just about any kind of yard waste can go in a dumpster, so long as you keep it dedicated solely to yard waste—you should not mix general trash and debris or other construction materials with landscaping waste. Examples of some of the kinds of yard waste you can place in a dumpster include grass, leaves, small branches, logs of up to a certain size, some stumps, shrubs, dirt and mulch.
The amount you can expect to pay for such a dumpster really depends on your local area, and rates will always vary from company to company. Search for a dumpster provider that is upfront with their pricing so you know exactly how much debris removal will cost you before you call in for their services.
So, can you rent a dumpster for yard waste in Nashville, TN? The answer is a resounding “yes.” For more information about doing so, we encourage you to contact Griffin Waste Services today with any questions.