Fall clean up with roll off containers and great neighbors.
With summer gone and fall upon us, the days will be shorter. Howling winds, uprising storms and the occasional hurricane will bring down debris. Don’t be caught with the messiest yard or neighborhood on the block!
Having heavy storms in your area greatly increases the amount of debris on top of the fall “yard waste”. Branches, leaves, sticks and even entire trees can create hazards around your house, sidewalks and street gutters. Roll off containers are the perfect answer to keeping America beautiful.
Renting a roll off container is a very easy and cost efficient way to clean up after a heavy storm for both you and your neighbors. You can share the cost, clean up duties and have a fun block party when all the debris is cleared.
This might also be a great time to clean up roadside trash. Have an adult take the kids with gloves and plastic bags to pick up the litter along the roads or parks.
How to organize a fall-clean up in your local neighborhood!
1. Work with your friends and neighbors: Work together and find the greatest spot to place your roll off container. Make sure not to block any roads or driveways!
2. Share the cost: With multiple people paying for the roll off container it’s much more cost efficient. The cost of hiring a commercial trash company to remove your debris can be very costly.
3. Work together as a whole: when we all chip in and help one another out, we come together as a community and strengthen our neighborly bonds.
4. Be safer: Studies have shown that after a big storm the affected area can be a dangerous place, having more people will make clean up quick and easy.
5. Make it fun: add a scavenger hunt to get the kids involved. There are a lot of great nature lists on the internet.
Be careful this fall, if a big storm hits make sure to reach out to your community to see if you can all come together and do one big clean up! After all, the more the merrier! Call R and R Container Services to book your roll off container today so that you can clean up tomorrow.