For the weekend warriors of do it yourself-ers, tackling the project itself isn’t your only obstacle. Once you’ve finished cutting up your 2 x 4’s and lined out your last piece of drywall, you may forget that you left a pile of scrap wood and other pieces of remodeling debris while you put on your first coat of mud. You can take care of that stuff too, right? After all, it’s just piling up the scrap pieces in your truck, throwing a tarp over the scrap pieces and tying it down with straps or bungee cords. What’s that? No Truck? No tarp? No bungee cords? If you answered no to any one of these three questions, then it may be easier for you to call a scrap wood removal company like Fire Dawgs. Not only will we get rid of your scrap wood, but we will also provide construction debris removal Indianapolis can trust.
The picture above illustrates a scenario similar to the aforementioned do it yourself-er. It’s easy to accumulate a pile of items and once that pile starts, it becomes easy to find things here and there to add to the pile. However, if you don’t have the truck, tarp, or time to make a trip to a transfer station or dumping facility, then your best bet may be to hire a company like ours to take care of it for you. For starters, we are fully insured and have the efficient equipment that can take care of the job and do so within the transportation regulations set forth. You see, if you just pile that stuff in the back of your truck and then get on the road without taking the necessary precautions, who do you think is going to pay when that scrap piece of drywall flies into the neighboring motorists windshield? You’re already going to have to pay a dump fee, pay for fuel, so it may be in your best interest to pay the extra money and hire a company that is friendly, professional and insured to take care of these jobs and go the extra mile to provide you with unparalleled customer service.
If you too are in need of quality results like these pictures illustrate, then give us a call at 317-291-DAWG or you can simply Order Online by visiting our Contact page. Also, if you need a DIY option, check out dumpster rental company, Dumpster Dawgs.