What to do with Renovation Debris

23 Apr 2020 Waste Disposal

If you are doing any kind of home improvement this season, it is important to know what to do with the renovation debris that is bound to be generated by your work. Getting rid of the refuse created by a home improvement project can be pretty easy with the right bin rental and disposal services. At OneStop Disposal, we offer a massive variety of sizes of rental dumpsters that are ideal for all kinds of renovation projects.

Renovation Debris Disposal

If you are doing a smaller afternoon project that does not generate much debris, it is entirely possible to simply bag your debris and transport it in your vehicle to your local transfer station; however, if your project is too big to fit in contractor bags or the back of a truck, it is worth renting a bin for the duration of the renovation. All of your debris can be easily thrown in one big, convenient bin and then taken away to be organized and disposed of by the dumpster rental company. Dumpsters can be rented for the duration of the renovation so that you always have a place to deposit debris as it is generated and you do not wind up with a massive cleanup job required at the end of the project.

What Renovation Debris Can Go in a Rental Dumpster?

Because your renovation debris will be picked up and sorted at a transfer station after your project has been completed, there is a massive variety of materials that can go in your rental bin. Whether you are renovating the exterior of your house to put in a patio or new landscaping, adding a basement suite, or remodelling your interior design, some of the different types of debris that can go in a rental dumpster include:

  • Wood (old, used, and rotten or leftover building supplies)
  • Drywall (as long as it is date stamped or bagged)
  • Old screws, nails, brackets, and other hardware or scrap metal
  • Pipes and fittings (metal, PVC, and ABS)
  • Wiring and electronic devices
  • Concrete and bricks
  • Dirt and sod
  • Roofing materials
  • Rocks and gravel
  • General garbage

Knowing what to do with renovation debris is important for any home improvement project. If you are looking for rental bins and disposal services for your renovation, contact Onestop Disposal at 604-613-5271. You can also get in touch with us through the contact form on our website.