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No matter what neighborhood you are in, it seems there is always a home or business having work done. Roofing and siding jobs become obvious as trucks and crews are constantly bustling around the home. But the telltale sign of any residential roofing site is a dumpster in the driveway.
While the driveway dumpster may be convenient for the construction crew, it is an eyesore for the homeowners and the rest of the neighborhood. A large box of scrap metal, wood shards, and roofing materials blocking your garage or parking space for weeks is not a pleasant experience.
If being an eyesore wasn’t enough, dumpsters can also leave your property with unsightly damage. Chips, cracks, and rust stains on a driveway or parking lot are just some of the many negative effects of using dumpsters at a home roofing construction site.
At Storm Group Roofing, we want our customers to have the best experience from start to finish even when we leave the job site for the day. This is why, unlike other roofing companies, you will never see a dumpster at any of our roofing job sites.
To avoid using the damaging eyesore of dumpsters, the team at Storm Group Roofing uses trailers to haul off waste and excess materials at the end of the day. This way, when we’re not present working on your home, our garbage won’t be there either. Here’s how it works:
Each morning, the team brings an empty trailer to the site
The trailer is filled with materials and garbage throughout the day
At the end of the day, the trailer leaves with the crew
The trailer is then emptied and the roofing materials are recycled
This practice not only gives you your driveway or parking lot back, it is also the most efficient and eco-friendly way to remove scrap roofing materials and debris.