When it comes to Load N Lift bins, one of the most common questions we get is how to prep for the bin to arrive. So, we thought it was about time to tackle this question head-on and put pen to paper. Thus, here is how to prep for a Load N Lift bin!
Remember, you need to walk to the bin
When it comes to where to drop the bin off, we are often dealing with tight residential areas. If you are looking to utilise a bin, take some to consider where the work is being done, and where you are going to be able to haul the debris. For instance, if you are doing work on the east side of the home, it would not make much sense to put the bin on the west side of the property, as that is merely adding additional work to dump the debris. Instead, plan and make sure that the bin is dropped in the ideal location for your project.
Leave some space around the bin
Although we can work in tight spaces, it might be worth a thought to consider leaving some space around the bin. You will have to work in the area and having access to all four sides might be beneficial in moving forward.
Clear the space
Load N Lift bins are delivered by a large truck that will need some room to work. Although our drivers are some of the best in the business, we need the space that the bin will be dropped off at clear of any debris or other things. If we are dropping it on your driveway, please ensure that there are no vehicles blocking the way and provide our drivers with a bit of space to move around. Ideally, if you could remove cars from the driveway for the drop-off, it would undoubtedly make our lives a little easier!
Lawn or Driveway?
Naturally, this will depend on your specific situation, but for the team at Load N Lift, it does not matter. Load N Lift bins are bulky metal bins and can leave some damage if left for a long time to a lawn. If you are planning a long-term project, the driveway might be better, but if you are doing work in the winter, then either the lawn or the driveway will do. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to our team, and we can provide some guidance for you.
If you are considering a Load N Lift bin, why not call the team at Load N Lift and inquiry. We have been providing our community with mobile bins for years and are here to answer any questions you may have!