Wednesday, 24 February 2016

What You Really Need to Know About Self-Storage and Dumpster Rentals

A dumpster rental and a self-storage unit provide advantages and disadvantages. Which option is best depends entirely on your project.

Dumpster rentals and self-storage units may seem like they serve entirely different purposes, but the truth is they have more in common than you think. After all, both help homeowners with their projects by moving their stuff out of the way. The major difference between the two options is what happens to the property after it has been moved. Self-storage units allow you to access what is stored, while a dumpster rental will dispose of the items altogether. So which of these two options should you use?


Self-Storage

This is a great option for when you're remodeling a room and want all your furniture out of the way if you don't have room for it anywhere else in your home. Self-storage also works for when a family member passes away and you need time to go through all of their possessions and determine which ones are worth keeping and what can be donated or thrown away.

Self-storage does come with some drawbacks, namely the significant cost of renting one of these units. Unlike a dumpster rental where you'd only pay a one-time fee, a self-storage unit demands a recurring monthly payment. Not only that, but you'll also have to spend time and more money on a vehicle rental to transport the items to and from your home.

Dumpster Rental

One of the other big advantages of a dumpster rental besides the one-time fee is that the dumpster is delivered to your site and picked up once you are finished with it. This means you don't have to spend any time driving to and a from a facility or spend extra cash on a truck or van you think is big enough to transport all your things. Renting a dumpster will also help you clear up space by allowing you to finally discard the coffee table or the worn-out couch that you don't have room for anymore. And freeing up that space will bring you a sense of relief.

The disadvantage of a dumpster rental is obvious: once the dumpster has been taken away, all of what you disposed of goes along with it. But as long as you make smart decisions about what you need and don't need, you'll feel a sense of accomplishment when the dumpster pulls away, allowing you to let go of the past.

Both a self-storage unit and a dumpster rental provide their own benefits and disadvantages, so be sure to figure out the needs of your project and your space to determine which option is best for you.



When it comes time to move or dispose of items, there are many options for Central New York residents. Having served customers throughout Syracuse, Rome, Watertown, and Boonville for over a decade, all of us at Bin There Dump That want to help you make the best decision for your situation. Communities throughout the Central New York area can trust our team to help, so contact us today for more information.


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