It Can Be Difficult and Dangerous to Clean Construction Debris. Find Out What To Do Instead.
The Very Real Hazards of Construction Debris
Falling, tripping, and projectiles.
Volatile organic compounds
Preparing for a DIY Clean
It’s also crucial to think about how you’ll be disposing of the materials. Do you have a large pickup truck handy? Will you be renting out a moving truck or dump truck? If so, be sure to research the company’s guidelines as far as construction debris hoes; due to the hazardous nature of some construction items, some moving companies don’t permit their vehicles to be used for this purpose.
Be sure to free up enough time to make sure that the project is carried out to completion; depending on how many helpers you’ve got, that may mean having to take time off work, school, or other responsibilities. We recommend erring on the side of caution and giving yourself more time than you think you need to get this project done.
Opting for a Better Solution
A team of professionals doesn’t just have the equipment and experience it takes to get the job done quickly; they have the expertise. Working with a reliable junk removal team will allow you to get your construction debris cleared away in less time so that you can spend your valuable time focusing on things you’d rather be doing.
Not Your Average Dump
We don’t just get it – we’re prepared for it, and we’re here for you. Our team of guys is all about teamwork, trustworthiness, and terrific service. We’re committed to excellence along every step of the junk removal process, and we leverage our expertise into a seamless, easy experience for you.
Serving The Bay Area
Junk Reduction does not accept or remove items such as: fuels like gasoline, herbicides and pesticides, car fluids (such as oil and antifreeze), biohazard materials, items in dangerous areas, bleach and similar cleaners, wet paint, pressurized containers, or any other hazardous materials. Junk Reduction reserves the right to refuse service to individuals or areas that do not comply.