Rent a dumpster? Make multiple trips to the local landfill with your pickup truck? Or how about hiring an experienced construction waste disposal service and keep things easy?
Construction waste is a term that can cover wide variety of materials, from the wood, sheetrock or plumbing demolition you might normally think of, to the tree stumps that are pulled to clear a plot of land for construction. Those more common types of construction materials – the walls, flooring, ceiling tiles, electrical and plumbing fixtures – can create a lot of bulky, heavy piles on a construction site. Even the do-it-yourselfer who is doing a remodel in one of his home’s rooms can quickly amass a lot of construction debris that needs to be hauled away.
Construction waste disposal, from start to finish, is one of the hallmark services of West Coast Junk. We start from the beginning by speaking with you about your needs and goals, assessing the site, forming the cleanup and hauling plan, then scheduling the day and time that is convenient for you.
Common construction waste disposal situations
- Typically, construction waste does not belong in your curbside program because of its size, bulk and weight.
- You may end up saving a great deal of time by having an on-site dumpster, rather than driving back and forth to dump your waste.
- Hiring a construction waste disposal service takes the burden off of you; time, money and labor.
- Construction waste can be anything from concrete and flooring tiles to fixtures and doors. Other materials like wood, metal, bricks and glass are also considered to be construction waste. Sometimes, even the trees, stumps and earth from clearing sites falls into the construction waste category (check local landfill rules or consutl with your professional hauling service).
- Some construction materials have a recycling market but mixed construction waste typically requires a disposal service and fee at the landfill.
Wood recycling in construction and demolition
“Wood waste is the second largest component of construction and demolition (C&D) debris after concrete. It contributes 20 to 30 percent of the building-related C&D total. Overall, wood accounts for around 10 percent of material being deposited in landfills annually.” Rick LeBlanc, The Balance
Construction site cleanup becomes easier
When you hire West Coast Junk, you get a “done for you” turnkey service. We handle cleanup and removal of lumber, scrap wood, scrap metal and garbage from your home remodel or commercial construction project in the San Francisco Bay area or Silicon Valley. Hauling construction waste is one of our most common requests and our experience means you get a good, thorough and clean job.
If you have a construction project with debris that needs to be hauled away and you want your job site cleaned up and ship-shape, just call (925) 785-6726 for a quick quote. You will get reliable, professional and friendly hauling services for the removal of all your construction waste.