New Roof? Don't Forget The Dumpster

After we moved into our home, I realized that there were a few problems with the plumbing. It seemed like no matter what we did, the plumbing was having problems, and I knew it had to be because of our septic system. After carefully evaluating the system, we realized that there were some maintenance issues that we were still struggling with. We started making little changes, and before I knew it, things were moving along a lot better. I wanted to create a blog all about septic services so that other people would know how to resolve challenges early. Check it out!

New Roof? Don't Forget The Dumpster

4 February 2019
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An intact roof is one of the most important components in a safe home. Damaged roofing materials need to be removed and replaced to ensure that your home remains free from water damage.

Installing a new roof is something that almost every homeowner will go through at some point in his or her life. Invest in a dumpster rental to help you manage waste during the replacement of your home's roof in the future.

Determine Shingle Type

Before you rent a dumpster to house your old and damaged shingles, you need to determine what type of shingles are currently installed on your roof. Shingles come in many different sizes, and the weights of shingles vary based on type.

You need to be able to approximate the weight of the waste that will be produced as your old roofing materials are removed in order to rent a reliable dumpster. Most rented dumpsters have weight limits, so get a dumpster whose weight limit is slightly higher than your estimate to avoid any overage charges.

Measure Your Roof

You will also need to know the approximate size of your roof to rent a dumpster large enough to accommodate the waste created during a roofing project. Your roofing contractor will be able to provide you with a surface area measurement that describes the size of your roof in square feet.

You can use this information to find a dumpster whose size is suited to your waste disposal needs. Renting a dumpster that is too small could cause you great inconvenience, while renting a dumpster that is too large could be costly. Use your roof's surface area to help you estimate the size of dumpster needed for your old roofing materials.

Obtain the Proper Permits

Once you know which dumpster you will be renting, you need to obtain the proper permits to house the dumpster on your property. If you don't have space to park the dumpster right next to your house, you might be able to obtain a special permit that will allow for street parking until your filled dumpster is ready to be hauled away. \

Check with your local municipal government to determine which permits will be required for your dumpster.

Dumpster rentals should be considered an integral part of any roof replacement. A dumpster allows contractors to immediately discard old roofing materials for easy disposal and cleanup of your property once your new roof has been installed.

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Resolving Septic System Issues Early

After we moved into our home, I realized that there were a few problems with the plumbing. It seemed like no matter what we did, the plumbing was having problems, and I knew it had to be because of our septic system. After carefully evaluating the system, we realized that there were some maintenance issues that we were still struggling with. We started making little changes, and before I knew it, things were moving along a lot better. I wanted to create a blog all about septic services so that other people would know how to resolve challenges early. Check it out!

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