Friday, February 23, 2018

Is It Time To Throw It Out? 5 Questions To Ask Yourself


The accumulation of items in a home can build over the years. When you're ready to do a clean out of your home, these 5 questions will help you decide if it's time to get rid of an item.


Are You Paying To Store It? 

To create more space, we sometimes choose to organize our homes by saving unused items at local self storage facilities. Now is the time to evaluate if the rental for storing these items is cost effective. Storage rental vs. current value of an item can help you determine if it's time to throw it out. 


Is It Usable?

On occasion we put stuff aside that might be broken, for later repair. Often, too much time has passed that even the part needed to fix the item, is no longer available to do the actual repair. But, a good guideline to go by with broken items is if you have done without it for a year, you're less likely to miss it when thrown away. 


Have You Bought Another One? 

How many times have we gone to the grocery store and bought eggs only to notice that we already had them? The same can happen with household items. Take inventory! This is the perfect way to eliminate any extras you might have, making for a simple 
clear out and saving you money in the long run. 


What Condition Is It In?

Even if it's not broken, condition can be a factor in determining worth. Has it lost all value to where you can't even resell it? Maybe the condition of the item is even dangerous. Does it have a loose or damaged cord? It might still work, but it's safer to get rid of all items that may be faulty or unsafe. 


Do You Remember Why You Have It? 


It happens, we come across something stowed away in a garage, closet, attic, or even a drawer and don't know what it does or why we even have it. If it has been out of sight and you don't know its purpose, when you come across it while clearing out stuff, it should go.





Once you've gone through your home with these questions, Bin There Dump That has the perfect bin for every size clean out. Our smaller bins assist with jobs of odds and ends. There are also 15 yd and 20 yd bins that will accommodate bulkier items such as appliances and furniture. Just give us a call or contact us online, and our Dumpster Consultants can help you determine the perfect bin for your project. 


Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Room By Room Clean Out Guide by Bin There Dump That

Christmas has come and gone and a new year is here! More often than not, at the end of the year, we wind up with more stuff. Now is the ideal time to clear space. Bin There Dump That is here to help you with a room by room clean out.

Kitchen and Bathrooms

Some of the most popular gifts given are the least popular in garage sales. According to Mashable.com, the wonderful bath products you received in your stocking are the least likely to resell. Clearing out space in your bathroom for the new products is easy by tossing expired ones.



Reader’s Digest says the same goes in the kitchen. Those non-stick pots and pans are warned against in buying secondhand because of the coating. It’s safer to discard of these to create space for the new cookware.

Bedrooms and Closets

It is found that parents spend the most on their kids at Christmas, so it’s time to clear out the broken and heavily used toys in their bedrooms.

Also, the Huffington Post reported the average American throws out 65 lbs. of clothing each year. This is mainly due to ripped clothing, undergarments and worn out shoes not reselling well. One of your biggest space makers can be your closet when you go through your clothing. And don’t forget the linen closet! It’s a great time to get rid of old towels and bedding.

Garage and Attic

Storage space can fill up fast. Before stowing away the holiday decorations, go through all and dispose of items no longer working, like lighting strands. Have a deer that used to light up but can’t fit in your trash? Add that too!

Other items that are mentioned not to buy at garage sales, are certain items for infants. The car seat that you have stored in your attic or garage could be considered unsafe by today’s standards and you would do best by disposing of it with Bin There Dump That.


Let the specialists in bulky and difficult disposal items help you begin the year with a productive room by room clean out. We thank you for your business and look forward to anther year of tackling projects together!

Monday, January 15, 2018

Contractor Friendly Dumpsters

As a contractor, are you tired of constantly waiting for your dumpster to arrive so that you can start the project? Frustrated when you receive a dumpster that is old, rusty and a real eyesore? 

Do you need to receive your dumpster within 24 hours of ordering? Do you need a company that will deliver, pick up, and swap out on time as promised? A company with courteous uniformed Delivery Experts that will take the time to sweep the area after the dumpster has been removed?

Do you need a dumpster company that cares as much about your client's property as you do? Someone who will always protect the surface the dumpster will be placed on 100% of the time?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Bin There Dump That is the dumpster company for you!


We understand your time is valuable. You, nor your client, have days to wait on a dumpster. We guarantee your dumpster will be delivered as scheduled. We also guarantee it will be picked up at the time agreed upon.  Not only do we want to help you look good for your clients, we want to look good for you! You are our first priority!

Our 4 convenient sizes are great for all kinds of projects.  Whether you're a landscaper, roofer, remodeler, or general contractor, we have the bin right for you! 

For more information check out our website or call give our office a call at 978-582-1176.  One of our friendly Dumpster Consultants will be happy to answer your questions, or schedule any needed services.  If your not convinced, check out a few of our reviews!

Thursday, January 11, 2018

What Size Bin Do I Need For My Project?

They say size matters.  And we agree! At least when it comes to the size of the Bin There Dump That dumpster rental needed to help you complete your next project.  Bin sizes are measured in cubic yards.  Whether you're doing a small clean up, or a major renovation, there is a bin for your job.  The various sizes include 4, 10, 15, and 20 yards.
And remember, with a Bin There Dump That rental you are not only provided with a clean, well maintained, extremely functional, residential friendly bin, but the peace of mind that your property won't be damaged thanks to our property protection guarantee. Our skilled operators place protective boards under every bin to ensure that your driveway is safe from any gouges or marks. We also sweep up once the job is done!

The only real challenge is to decide what size bin to get.  Here is some help:


4 Yard Bin

Small Projects For A 4 Yard Bin

The 4 yard bin is the perfect fit for small jobs such as clearing out last year's failed garden, leftover construction debris, or a small renovation. If a yard clean up is on your to-do list, this bin should be too!





10 Yard Bin 
Medium Projects For 10 & 15 Yard Bins 
The 10 yard bin is probably the most commonly requested bin. It can serve almost any household job (except perhaps a major renovation).  If you're clearing out a garage, or a basement, remodeling a small bathroom, removing some decking, or even getting a new roof, a mid-sized dumpster is likely a good fit for your project.



Large Projects For 15 & 20 Yard Bins 
Do you have a project that means business? Well we have the bin for you.  If you're adding an addition to your home, or clearing out grandma's attic, our larger bins might be the right fit for you. Or now that the kids are out of the house, and you're ready to downsize, it might be the perfect time to finally sort through those decades of toys, furniture, and other stuff you may no longer need.
15 Yard Bin
20 Yard Bin











Still Not Sure What You Need?
If you're still not sure and need help deciding what size bin you need, give us a call at Bin There Dump That, and we will gladly take the time to understand what your project's needs are so you can best accomplish your task at hand.


Julie & Mike Paradise 
Local Owners 
978.582.1176


Wednesday, January 3, 2018

The statistics of clutter


[INFORMATION] ON HOW HOUSEHOLD CLUTTER AFFECTS YOUR HOME LIFE


Household Clutter's Effects On Your Home Life    
We can all agree how frustrating this is....
Winter comes and you've worked hard your entire life to afford a two-car garage in which you can park the cars in said garage during the winter but the garage is filled with household clutter. In fact, if this adequately describes your current situation, you'd be part of the 25% of Americans who cannot park their cars in their two-car garage because it's filled with clutter. 

We can promise you that in this info-graphic you'll discover household clutter statistics that will make you think about the items you'll keep around the house. Going forward you'll be more likely to do yearly household de-cluttering, perhaps with a Bin There Dump That dumpster

Check out the infographic below to discover how less clutter in your house can lead to paying your bills on time, eliminating the need for costly storage units and eliminate a significant percentage of your routine household chores. 

So, I bet you are more inclined to declutter now, right? Leave a comment on which stat had the greatest impact on you and your strategy to combatting clutter going forward. 

Mind Blowing Household Clutter Stats Infographic

Household Clutter Statistics Infographic

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Question of the week: Does my driveway have to be completely flat for placement?

While driveways are an obvious choice for where most residential roll-off dumpsters are placed, there are however, some places your dumpster rental should just not go. 

Sloped Surfaces

sloped surfaces can make roll-off dumpster rental use difficultIt’s all fine and dandy to put an empty bin on a slope, but things can change quickly once you start loading it up with junk. As the dumpster takes on more and more weight from whatever you’re tossing in it, the potential of the dumpster sliding or skating down a slope increases.
This is particularly important to keep in mind during winter, early spring, or late fall conditions when the threat of frost and freezing is present.
A lot of our roofing customers have experienced skating on a steep driveway. Think about all the roofing materials and scrap getting tossed into a dumpster rental from the roof — that slamming and compacting action onto the bin actually can cause it to skate right down into the street.

That said, sloped surfaces aren’t entirely off limits and getting a second opinion from your local Bin There Dump That franchise operator is a great idea. Thanks to our residentially-friendly roll-off dumpsters, our Delivery Experts are more than willing to work with your sloped driveway — positioning the dumpster in a secure and easily accessible location.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Question of the week: How much space do I need for a dumpster rental to fit on my property?

It can be hard to visualize a dumpster rental based simply on the dimensions and measurements. Our dumpsters have the footprint of a minivan and fit into a standard size parking spot. All of our equiptment is built to be residential friendly. This means that our dumpster and our trucks can fit snug up to your property, into tighter spots, and close to your project at hand. So if you have a narrow street or driveway, no need to worry! Don't be afraid to ask questions if you don’t know something — We will answer anything you throw at us.

Please give us a call or contact us online and we can discuss your project needs. 
978.582.1176