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How to Dispose Wood Fence

12 OCT

How to Dispose Wood Fence

Are you looking to get rid of that old wood fencing you’ve had since you moved in? While wood fencing does last a while, it’s one of those things that once it starts to wear down, it needs to be replaced pretty quickly. If you are looking to dispose of the old wood fencing, you’re going to need M&M Waste for a dumpster rental!

Disposing of wood fencing is much more difficult than it sounds. With most garbage providers, they won’t take large materials such as wood fencing in your regular pickups, meaning you’ll need to rent a dumpster from a reliable dumpster company. You know who is one of the most reliable and trustworthy dumpster rental companies? M&M Waste!

When determining what size dumpster rental you’ll need from M&M Waste, you’ll first need to determine how much fencing you are getting rid of. Are you replacing just one section of your fence or are you replacing the entire thing? If you are looking to rent a dumpster from M&M Waste, we will need to know what size you need so we can drop off the perfect dumpster for your project.

Are you not sure of the proper way to dispose of wood fencing? Our team put together some advice for you when it comes to throwing out wooden gates, wooden paneling, and wooden posts.

Tips for Disposing Wood Fencing

  • Gates

When getting rid of your old wood fencing, you need to start by unscrewing the gates. If your fence is in rough shape, you may be able to rip the gate off yourself. Once you have the gate off the fence, you can break it down into smaller pieces, and throw it in your dumpster rental from M&M Waste.

  • Paneling

Now that your gates are down and out of the way, you can get to work taking the paneling down. You’ll want to cut the panels away from the posts and remove them one at a time. Depending on the condition of your wood fence, you may be able to have a little fun and kick down the panels. Once the paneling is all torn off the posts, you need to break it down by either using a saw, or you can go the more destructive way and do some karate kicks.

  • Posts

Fencing posts are dug deep into the ground and typically filled with cement to ensure they don’t move. Digging the posts out may be the most difficult part of this process since you may have to dig out the cement. Make sure to practice proper form so you don’t create any injury. Once the posts are out, you can throw them right into your M&M Waste dumpster.

Do you need a dumpster company in Doraville? Is it finally time to replace that old wood fencing and you need to rent a dumpster? Are you looking for reliable and affordable dumpster rentals so you can throw out your old wood fencing? If so, give M&M Waste a call today!