Thursday, 29 June 2017

Somos tu servicio de alquiler de contenedores en Indianápolis

Somos tu servicio de alquiler de contenedores en Indianápolis

Si estás buscando un servicio de alquiler de contenedores en Indianápolis y alrededores, estás de suerte. Te queremos presentar Bin There Dump That, la empresa de contenedores que te pone las cosas fáciles.

Alquiler de contenedores en Indianápolis de la mano de Bin There Dump That
Encontrar un servicio de alquiler de contenedores de confianza no es algo sencillo en Indianápolis y alrededores. Desde la creación de Bin There Dump That, hemos querido poner a nuestros clientes en primer lugar y darles el servicio que necesitan y que se merecen.

Nuestro servicio se adapta a las necesidades de todos nuestros clientes. Atendemos con las mismas ganas a profesionales y a particulares, a clientes que hacen uso de nuestros servicios una vez y a aquellos que nos llaman habitualmente, a los que necesitan un pequeño contenedor y a los que les hace falta un contenedor de gran capacidad.

Por si fuera poco, nuestro servicio de alquiler de contenedores es el más rápido del mercado. Tratamos los pedidos inmediatamente de modo que nuestros clientes pueden disponer de su contenedor en el mismo día, si así lo precisan.

Un servicio de alquiler de contenedores en el mismo día ideal para las zonas residenciales
Utilizamos camiones de una talla reducida y contenedores diseñados especialmente para poder acceder sin problemas a cualquier punto de una zona residencial, desde una pequeña entrada de vehículos hasta un estrecho callejón.

Trabajamos con la máxima profesionalidad y el máximo cuidado para que ninguna zona residencial quede dañada. Al llegar, por ejemplo, colocamos siempre tableros protectores en la entrada para que el contenedor no tenga en ningún momento contacto directo con el suelo.
Muchos de nuestros clientes son constructores, techadores y jardineros paisajistas que precisan alquilar contenedores en Indianápolis para la retirada y transporte de residuos procedentes de su actividad. Sin embargo, esto no ha de llevarnos a engaños. Si bien nuestro servicio de alquiler de contenedores es utilizado frecuentemente en grandes obras y reformas, puede ser usado en todo tipo de proyectos residenciales.

Encantados de trabajar en inglés y en español
Queremos que nuestro servicio de alquiler de contenedores sea accesible a todos los que nos puedan necesitar en Indianápolis y alrededores. Por eso, estamos encantados de atender a nuestros clientes tanto en inglés como en español.

Nuestra recepcionista habla español y podrá resolver todas tus dudas o tomar nota de tu pedido en español. Sólo necesitas llamar al 317-590-1973.


Deja que Bin There Dump That se convierta en tu servicio de alquiler de contenedores en Indianápolis y alrededores. ¡No lo lamentarás!

Friday, 5 May 2017

Final 4 Spring Cleaning Tips

It’s that time of year, spring cleaning and baseball.  Being an Indianapolis based dumpster business located directly in the heart of the Hoosier state what better way to countdown our spring cleaning tips then with a Final 4 to get you motivated!

1.  Have a plan of attack

Are you cleaning the whole house?  Does your spring cleaning include just the garage?  Or does your spring cleaning involve getting the exterior of your house in shape?  Perhaps it’s all of the above?

Whatever your plan is write it down and stick with it!  Don’t try to do it all at once, dedicate a day to one particular area and get that completed before moving on to the next task.  Start with the easiest one first and move on from there.

If you need help with one area, for example moving heavier or items or reaching a tall crevice make sure you have help or the proper tools lined up and ready to go to make your job easier and the safest possible.  In addition plan ahead, don’t wait till the last minute if you need a dumpster rental or truck to haul away unwanted items!
The 10-yard dumpster for spring cleaning 

2.  Reuse or Recycle When possible

As you start your spring cleaning process discard of any items that are broken or no longer work properly.  This will make your cleaning faster and easier.  However if there are some items that may be able to used by others think of donating them.  There are plenty of charitable organizations looking for unwanted items for less fortunate individuals.  Do you have a creative side, try repurposing some items such as old toy boxes, display shelves or older furniture.  Not only will this help clean your property but also be a great binding time with family and friends.

3.  Watch the weather

As we all know spring can mean not only warmer temperatures but also rainy days.  If your planning on working outside check the weather forecast.  Perhaps your mulching your flower bed, planting flowers or trimming trees the last thing you want to do is get soaking wet.  While outside some other areas to include in your spring cleaning to do list is clean your gutters, check the outside faucets and look for any loose or missing shingles from the spring storms!



4.  Don’t Procrastinate, Get it Done!

Before you know it kids will be out of school and summer will be here!  Don’t put off your spring cleaning get it done sooner than later!  You will be happy you did!  The spring is also a great time to have your lawn mower serviced, bike chains greased and outside furniture touched up or repainted.  Take advantage of the warmer temps now and enjoy your summer and put the spring cleaning behind you!

These tips will help your spring cleaning be a great success and in the long run you will be happy you got it done and over with!  We invite you to check out the rest of our Blogs with more tips to help you around the house at, http://blog.indianapolisdumpsterrental.net

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Abby's Tiny House

Abby's Tiny House Under Demolition

Abby's Tiny House
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Abby loading the dumpster of the debris from the project
We get dozens of dumpster orders every day from across Indianapolis and the surrounding area. This day was however was unique! When a student of MSD of Decatur Township asked if we had a dumpster we could provide for their school project, we were immediately curious.


Upon delivering the dumpster we quickly realized this was to help with a REALLY cool project and an equally cool young woman. We love helping out people in the greater Indianapolis community and we were very happy we could play even a small part in Abby realizing her vision for this tiny house.



Abby Fisher’s email to Bin There Dump That Indianapolis:


A lot of debris had to be removed
thus the need for a dumpster
“Every student at my high school looks forward to their senior year when we get to create our own “expedition”; a semester-long curriculum based off of one topic of their choosing. Everything from field trips and internships to book reports and essays is designed and arranged by the students. 9th, 10th, and 11th graders focus on a different expedition chosen and lead by a facilitator, but when you’re a senior, it is your chance to dive into a subject of your choosing and become your own facilitator. For my expedition, I chose to explore the natural world and demonstrate sustainability to the public. I have spent a long time learning about environmental issues and becoming a leader in my school in that aspect, so it was only natural to keep following my passion.


The framing has begun!!
For my final project, I decided to take on building a tiny house. In late August, I bought a run-down camper trailer that was twice as old as me! The initial thinking was to renovate this 25-foot monster into a livable space. I quickly began stripping the camper; taking out furniture, appliances, and cabinets. The deeper I dug, the more structural problems I found. 

Finally, in January, I decided to start over and build a proper house from the trailer frame. It was a good choice, but the biggest issue in doing this was disposing of the enormous piles of materials that could not be salvaged from the camper; that is when Bin There Dump That comes in. I was able to get a sponsorship, get rid of the debris from the camper, and make room for all of the construction materials!

Honestly, If I hadn't had the opportunity to work with Bin There Dump That, I would not be anywhere near where I am right now with the progression of my project; having a dumpster was absolutely a crucial part of transitioning from a camper to a full blown tiny house!” - Abby Fisher
LINKS:


Keep up to date on how the house is progressing here:


Help Abby out by donating!
Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/abbys-tiny-house

Saturday, 9 April 2016

2016 NARI Spring Business Meeting Recap

It was an honor to attend the 2016 NARI Spring Business Meeting in Austin, TX this past week.  As President of the NARI Central Indiana chapter I was looking forward to learning new ways to help grow our great group of members and also hear from industry experts on the latest trends and developments in the industry.

Opening Remarks
As one can imagine work force development was a hot topic all week.  The labor shortage we see nationwide is staggering.  Contractors regardless of their field of expertise are desperately looking for employees who know the trade or simply energetic people who are willing to learn on the job!  Whether it was a general contractor in the Midwest Indianapolis or a Design-Build operation in Texas all were discussing ways to handle the problem.

Some chapters currently have programs in place to work through this problem such as working with the Department of Labor while others were taking a more “grass roots” approach and striving to get the trades back in high schools.  As we all know college isn’t for every high school graduate and NARI and its members want these young individuals to know they have great options available to them in the remodeling industry.  More excited information on several of these initiatives will be available in the coming months!

CoTY Awards Gala
As a first time attendee, the only one representing the dumpster rental industry I was excited for the CoTY (Contractor of the Year) Awards ceremony on Friday night.  This event, which was streamed live on the web for those that couldn’t attend in person showed the fine craftsmanship of NARI members from coast to coast in addition to some members from Canada.  Whether it was in the bathroom remodel category or a full house remodel a large contingency of awards were handed out over the hour and fifteen minute gala.  To view the complete list of award winners, click here.  Congrats to all the regional and national winners, you should be proud of your craftsmanship!

What was a pleasant surprise was to meet so many knowledgeable people from around the country willing to share information with each other.  Any questions from a newbie like me were answered in great detail.  The information exchanged through out the meetings in round table discussions, panel forums and after hours dinners are truly what make conferences like this so wonderful and informative.

As we all know large events like this cant take place with out the help and support of great sponsors.  Companies like Home Depot with their wonderful Home Depot Pro Rebate Program and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles with their Business Link rebate program were showcased prominently through out the meetings.  In addition businesses like Qualified Remodeler Magazine, Guild Quality, Sen Design Group, CEDIA, MarketSharp, Panasonic, Rebuilding Together and PennTek all chipped in to add insight on how their particular business can help chapters and their membership.
 
The Spazmatics rocked!
One can’t visit Austin and not enjoy the night life and live music!  A special thanks to the NARIAustin chapter for hosting a first class networking reception on Thursday night in historic downtown Austin.  In addition to a wonderful spread of food and drinks all attendees were mesmerized by the entertaining and comical Spazmatics band.  This networking event was another excellent opportunity to speak and mingle with other chapter executives and their wonderful members!


Special thanks to all the NARI members who made this Spring Business Meeting a huge success.  If you’re a NARI member and have never attended one of these meetings I would highly recommend it!  If your thinking of joining NARI at the local level I invite you to reach out to your closest chapter and get involved.  I know I cant wait til next year!

Monday, 7 March 2016

What do you value from a Business?

In a technological based world, where everything is at your fingertips, what do you truly value from a business in this day and age?  In this weeks blog we are going to ask you five questions to think about regarding this customer service topic.

Do you value a relationship with the company?

Think about going to your favorite restaurant in Indianapolis you frequent every month or so, say Capital Grill.  Do you enjoy being able to speak with the owner, do you know the owners name?  Do you appreciate the fact that the waiter or waitress, know your name?  Do you like the personalized “touch” by being called by name as opposed to being a number or just another customer?  Are you more tempted to go back to an Indianapolis business where they know you personally? 
What do you value from  a business?
What value prompts you to give a thumbs up?

Is same day service paramount?

 
In a world of need it now, how much value do you put on getting the item right away?  Does it depend on what the item is or if it’s a special request?  In a busy competitive marketplace like Indianapolis, would you purchase a new tv or hire a dumpster rental service from the company that can get you the item same day over having to wait for an item?

Is price the most important aspect?

Are you only interested in price or do you value the added benefits that come with the price?   Benefits such as easy return options, extended warranties or added perks. 

Do you prefer a locally or family owned and operated company?

Does having someone vested in the community like Avon, Brownsburg or Carmel Indiana make a difference when you value a business?  Does knowing they aren’t a big corporation and family owned and operated have value to you?  Do you value the purchase more knowing the money spent will be reinvested into your local community?

Does Made in America make a difference?

Often times we see companies outsourcing products overseas because of cheaper labor and material cost.  Locally we just saw that done with Carrier moving their Indianapolis plant to Mexico displacing over 3,000 jobs to Indianapolis area residents.  Would you stop buying from this company if they took jobs from your back yard?  Would you pay more knowing that the particular product is made in the good ole USA by hard working Americans?  All things considered equal would you pay more for a product knowing it’s made on US soil with American workers?

After asking your self these five questions are you more inclined to do business with a local Indianapolis company who’s products are made in the United States and are operated by a family style business?  Or is price the end all and the only thing you are worried about? 
We would love to hear your thoughts on this matter and a different item you may value in a business.  Feel free to send us an email at Indianapolis@BinThereDumpThat.com or share your thoughts on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BinThereDumpThatIndianapolis/


Friday, 5 February 2016

Choosing an Indianapolis Remodeling Contractor

Do you have an upcoming remodeling project in mind in the Indianapolis area?  Have you thought about choosing a contractor to complete the job?  We know this can be a very daunting task so we thought we would help you out!

Below you will find eight helpful tips when searching for an Indianapolis area contractor.  This list will give you some things to keep in mind when choosing the right contractor for your remodeling project!

1.   What is your budget?

In a perfect world there would be no budget but we all know we have to stay within a certain price range for the remodeling project.  Be sure to mention this up front so you and your contractor are on the same page. 

2.  Does the contractor have references?

Always ask for references from a contractor of their past projects.  Not only should they provide pictures and descriptions of past jobs but also phone numbers to contact previous clients to discuss their level of satisfaction.  Going over the references is key and should be diligently done before making a final decision.

3.  What are their payment requirements?

This will vary from contractor to contractor and also vary on the overall scope of the project.  If you have lots of custom items being made one can expect to put money down up front for these unique pieces.  It is also fair to pay for some of the materials and labor to get the project started.  Never pay a contractor in full up front.  It is important however to clearly define payment dates and job expectations through out the process.
Contemporary Stair Design
Will you go for a contemporary look with
your Indianapolis area remodel? 

4.  Do you have a tight schedule?

Having a tight schedule or an absolute deadline to have your project done may be an issue.  Being flexible will certainly allow more possibilities when choosing a contractor.  Often times you will find the more popular a contractor is the harder it is to get on his or her calendar.  Again discuss all this up front to avoid any confusion in the end.

5.  Are they licensed and insured?

Not only is it the law but for your protection it is vital to work with a licensed and insured contractor.  One of the first questions to ask is for the contractor to provide you this information up front.  If you are looking for a professional contractor in Indianapolis take a look at the following trade associations for their members.

BAGI 

6.  Do they service your area?

In a bigger city like Indianapolis this may be more of an issue then a smaller suburb but it’s an important question to ask up front.  Does the contractor service your particular area?  As work becomes more plentiful some contractors may stay closer to “home” and not venture too far from their base.  Always give the address of the property you want remodeled up front to avoid any confusion.

7.  Will my house be habitable during the remodeling?

Depending on the scope of the project this can be a valid question.  Does your house have one bathroom and will that be renovated?  If your remodeling your kitchen that may not be usable for a certain period of time.  Homeowners often times overlook these issues and do not plan ahead for such inconveniences.

8.  What will the contractors work hours be?

This is more of an issue with stay at home parents or parents with young children.  If the contractor will be working during the day this may interrupt the nap schedule of your children.  If you work or go to school during the day this wont be an issue at all.  Will the contractor plan on working any weekends or after hours?  Again get all this information up front to avoid any surprises down the road.

Below we will list some of the top contractors in the greater Indianapolis area.  We invite you to check out their websites and completed projects they have done.  If you like what you see give them a call about your next remodeling project!

Indianapolis Area Remodeling Contractors