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    Essential Residential Demolition Equipment

    Last updated 4 years ago

    Do you have an old pool that never gets used and is spoiling your backyard landscaping? Maybe you want to tear down your aging garage to make way for a home addition you’ve been dreaming of. No matter what home improvement project you have in mind, the proper demolition equipment is essential to your success. Whether you have construction experience and will be tackling this project yourself with rented equipment or you have hired a renovation specialist to help you with the task, there are a handful of items you will need to effectively and efficiently get the job done.

    Power and Hand Tools

    Breaking down concrete and aggregate building materials obviously requires more than a little elbow grease. For most building demolition projects, you will need to rent or buy a concrete pulverizer. Hydraulic-powered saws, drills, crowbars, and other equipment may also be helpful, depending on the nature of your project. Necessary tools that you probably have on hand include a grapple, hammer, wheelbarrow, pickaxe, and shovel.

    Pickup Truck

    If you are a contractor carrying out a demolition project on a client’s property, you need a pickup truck or large van to haul your equipment around. DIY enthusiasts may also find this type of vehicle useful, especially if they are renting equipment.

    Rental Dumpster

    Renting a dumpster will help you keep your project site clean and safe. A rental dumpster can also help you get the job done faster. Most sizes have several times the storage capacity of trucks and vans, and the company you rent from is likely to deliver and pick up the dumpster for you, transporting your load to the landfill or recycling center on your behalf.

    No matter the scope of your demolition project, you will benefit from renting a dumpster. To speak with an experienced dumpster rental company that specializes in both residential and commercial services in New Jersey, visit or call (888) 772-7368!

    A 98%-Recyclable Home Demolition

    Last updated 4 years ago

    Home demolition can be done in an environmentally friendly way when an eco-conscious renovation or demolition specialist is in charge. For a firsthand look at how virtually every element of a home, from foundation to ceiling, can be reused or recycled following demolition, check out this fascinating video clip.

    The house featured in this video was constructed with about 150 tons of building materials. All but 1.4 of those were either recycled or reused once thrown in the on-site dumpster, thanks to the dedication of those tasked with demolition and the utilization of advanced separation, processing, and recycling technologies.

    Without the assistance of large and easy-to-transport roll-off dumpsters, this project would have been much more difficult. If you are planning a residential or commercial demolition, renovation, or other construction project in New Jersey, visit or call (888) 772-7368 to find out how you can benefit from our high-quality dumpster rental services!

    Common Demolition Hazards to Be Aware Of

    Last updated 4 years ago

    At, we make disposal of demolition waste simple with our rental dumpsters, but that’s just one issue you need to consider on the job site. Demolition can be dangerous work if you aren’t properly prepared, so after you get your dumpster rentals arranged, keep an eye out for these hazards:

    Hot Weather

    Weather extremes of any sort can make demolition work uncomfortable, but very warm weather can be particularly hazardous. The sun can cause burns now and skin cancer later, so remember to cover yourself up. Wear loose-fitting clothes with long sleeves and long pants, and apply a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. You can beat dehydration by sipping water all day long. Finally, ticks and mosquitos love warm weather, so remember to use an insect repellant.

    Polluted Air

    During a demolition job, the air around you can become filled with any number of hazardous  materials. If the job you’re doing involves asbestos or lead removal, or even if the work simply generates a lot of dust, a face mask with a respirator can help you breathe easier.


    Falls are a leading cause of injury in the workplace, so never work on an elevated surface without a hard hat. Also, be sure to familiarize yourself with the job site rules set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). They require that fall protection measures, such as toe guards and handrails, be used on any surface above six feet in the construction industry.

    Let eliminate the worry of waste disposal so you can focus on keeping your demolition project running smoothly and safely. We deliver our rental dumpsters to you and pick them back up when the job is done! Call our dumpster rental office in New Jersey at (888) 772-7368 to learn more.

    Essential Safety Gear for Using a Chainsaw

    Last updated 4 years ago

    Chainsaws are powerful pieces of equipment, which means that they’re perfect for tackling tough cutting jobs. It also means that they can potentially be dangerous if operated incorrectly and without the right safety precautions.  

    This video shows the safety gear you need to protect yourself from chainsaw injuries. Good goggles and ear protection are a must to shield against flying debris and the noise of the saw. Gloves are also essential for keeping your hands safe. For big jobs, consider buying a pair of Kevlar chaps to prevent dangerous leg injuries should the saw slip.

    Safe disposal of the trash created using your chainsaw is also important. Make the waste disposal process easy by renting a dumpster from Call us at (888) 772-7368 for information about our rates. 

    Learn More About Waste Recycling When You Visit These Sites

    Last updated 4 years ago

    When you lease a container from, you are choosing a company that is committed to sustainable waste management practices. We extensively sort all of the debris and waste we handle to ensure full recycling.Meanwhile, check out the following pages from around the Web for more information about recycling.

    • To read more about the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy this year, read this article from USA Today.
    • For more facts about how much recyclable and non-recyclable waste Americans produce each year, read this article from the Clean Air Council.
    • Go to Green Waste Recovery’s website to discover more statistics about recyclable waste materials.
    • Visit Mother Nature Network for more statistics and figures on recycling in America over the last few years.
    • At this page, the Environmental Protection Agency provides some valuable information for businesses that want to implement greener waste management options. 

    To rent a container from us for your project, call (888) 772-7368 today.

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