There are times when rubbish starts to add up, affecting the way a property looks. Sometimes it is a remodel project that is starting to leave a lot of trash behind. Others times a space needs to be cleared out because of clutter or unused items. When this happens, it can be tough to try and pick up all the trash, find transportation to move it, and then unload it somewhere. Instead, professional rubbish removal can take the hassle out of the entire process. Before hiring a company to get the job done, here are three important questions to ask.
What is included in the rubbish removal service?
Some companies offer to bring a bin and place it on the property so that the property owner can take care of collecting everything and disposing of it. But professional rubbish removers provide more than just a trash receptacle. They also provide a team of individuals to come out to a property, collect all of the debris, place it in vehicle, and take care of disposal. This can make for a really easy way to clear out a large amount of space in a short amount of time.
How flexible are the appointment days and times?
Most people taking on a large project aren’t going to be able to set up something like this in the middle of the workday. Make sure that a company is open on the weekends so that the service is convenient. It’s also a good idea to ask how much notice is needed before setting up an appointment. Take the time to read more about rubbish removal and then pick a day to set up service and enjoy a clean space.
How much does the entire service cost?
It’s important to get an estimate so that comparisons can be made. Most people want to know how much more it is going to cost to have a team of workers come in and load a vehicle with all of the rubbish and remove it from the area. However, customers are often surprised to learn that they can hire a team of workers, with their own vehicle, to take care of the entire process for less than it might be to rent a rubbish removal bin. In some situations, hiring a pro means saving time and money.