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Exploring Roof Builds, Techniques and Tools

Hey everyone, my name is Patricia Brown, but everyone calls me Trish. I will use this site to explore residential roofing materials and building techniques. Roofs protect the home from the elements and provide a stylistic touch unmatched by any other feature. There are a wide range of materials used for roof construction, including copper, asphalt and tile shingles. Even the hardware varies considerably depending on which type of roof you'd like for your home. Every roofer has their own set of tools and techniques used to complete the job. Roofers may utilize high tech tools to measure grades and find leaks. I could go on forever about roofs, so I created this site for my ideas and discoveries about this fun industry. I'd love for you all to follow along with my journey through roof exploration. Welcome!

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Whether it's for a home remodeling project or a large-scale tear-down, you will likely find yourself in need of a roll-off construction container or two. These dumpsters, specifically used for construction waste, make it far easier for you to manage and contain the debris that results from your project. However, if you've never rented one before, you may not be clear about what can and cannot go into these containers. Here are some basics to keep in mind.

What Can Go Into Construction Dumpsters

Construction dumpsters are designed specifically to manage the waste from construction projects. That means things like drywall, flooring, roofing, and similar materials are acceptable to dispose of.

Basically, any kind of waste that is generated through normal construction may be thrown into these dumpsters. The waste management company that you work with will have the means to handle all of those types of materials easily.

Just remember that the dumpsters are regulated by weight limits and load height restrictions. Particularly if your roll-off container has a cover on the top, you will need to be sure that the cover will still securely close, so don't overfill it. It's better to rent multiple dumpsters than to try to overfill a single one, because overfilling can result in transportation hazards as well as overweight fees.

What Cannot Go Into Construction Dumpsters

There are some things that you cannot dispose of in your construction dumpsters. In some cases, those items will cost you an additional disposal fee, and in other cases, they cannot be disposed of this way at all.

For example, there are several things that will lead to an additional fee if you throw them in your construction dumpster. Household trash, electronics, appliances, tires, mattresses, and similar items will all incur an extra fee because there are additional disposal fees at the transfer stations for these items as well.

Chemical-based products — such as air conditioners, paint, automotive oil, and pesticide containers — cannot be thrown in the dumpster at all. These all require special hazardous waste disposal methods. Make sure that you talk with your dumpster rental company ahead of time if you expect to come across any waste like this in your project.

The more you understand about what can and cannot go into your construction dumpsters, the easier it is to avoid any complications at pick-up time. Make sure you clarify any other local restrictions with the company when you sign the rental agreement. Contact a company that rents roll-off construction containers today to learn more.