Does your fourth of July party require a dumpster?
The short answer to this question is, probably not. But the longer answer might surprise you.
Because with so many people moving into new homes oh, and neighborhoods coming together in new ways as we enjoy our post vaccination freedom oh, this might be the summer of hot dogs and helping out.
This could be the summer where your long Fourth of July Weekend includes a day of community cleanup in addition to the grilling and community-building in the backyards and cul-de-sacs of your neighborhood.
Nothing brings people together like … a dumpster?
Companies and individuals that have rented dumpsters in the past will tell you they are a huge draw. They’re like a magnet to everyone in the neighborhood to sneak over and throw in an old paver, drop in a bag lunch, or to sneak over in the evening and try and put something in that really should be taken to a recycling center.
Instead of playing defense with your dumpster, maybe this year you can go on offense.
Throw a summer cleaning party.
You rent the dumpster. You take on a big project you have been meaning to get to. And then you invite your neighbors to do the same.
Suddenly there is space for the debris from your work, and there is a reason for the dumpster as your neighbors pile in their own needs – for a price, of course.
Will you charge them a percentage? Based on weight?
Or will you take the high road and encourage them to contribute for only a cold beer, a met, or maybe a cheeseburger with bacon?
It’s your decision.
Big Daddy Dumpster delivers in the clutch
But whichever way you go, make sure to make it a Big Daddy Dumpster. With various sizes to choose from, and delivery and pickup able to be scheduled in one call, Big Daddy Dumpsters are the easy choice for your Fourth of July dumpster needs.
Don’t waste your time, or waste your waste, with anyone else this summer. Tackle your big neighborhood cleaning project with the experts at Big Daddy Dumpsters.