Commercial dumpster rentals play an essential role in client satisfaction.
As the weather warms up, thoughts of cool evenings spent out on the back deck fill the minds of homeowners across the city. Good conversation, lots of family time; perhaps a cold beverage enters the picture. All is well…until they remember that they don’t have a deck. Or if they do, it’s too small to entertain friends and family.
Contractors to the Rescue
That’s when your phone starts ringing off the hook with Kansas City homeowners looking for landscape designers and building contractors. They need someone who can add a new deck to the back of their home in time to catch some of the spring weather. As you’re scheduling all these new clients, don’t forget to reserve a roll-off dumpster for each job. Most construction projects create a lot of debris that needs to be hauled away, and a deck project is no exception. Having a commercial dumpster rental on-site ensures that you have a place to put trash and yard refuse generated during the project. And that makes for a happy homeowner.
Wondering where to rent a dumpster? Small Haul KC is the place for commercial dumpster rentals in Kansas City. We have roll-off dumpsters sized to suit nearly any construction project, including deck additions. Reserve yours today so they’re ready when you need them. And get those decks built before the weather gets too warm for your clients to enjoy them!
Trending Deck Designs
Sometimes homeowners have a vision of what they want, and sometimes they don’t. Here are a few trending deck designs that we want to share in case your clients need a little deck inspiration.
Boldly colored decks. Technology in home construction materials has advanced significantly in the past few years. These days, it’s not uncommon to see more color in roofing materials, siding, windows, and doors. That philosophy is moving into decks, too. Gone are the days of brown- or gray-stained decks. Or rather, brown and gray decks are still popular, but now homeowners are looking to add a little more color to complement or contrast with the house color. Deck paint has become popular and is available in a wide array of colors. Stains are now tinted, too, and provide a sophisticated look for those who are a little afraid of having a deck that’s too “loud.” Homeowners who love color might want to try one color on the deck and a complementary color on the railing for a new look.
Go au naturel. On the opposite end of the spectrum is the deck made of materials such as hardwoods or natural stone. These materials offer a classic beauty that’s hard to beat. Bamboo, for instance, is a good choice for decks, and many homeowners love it for its durability and beauty. It’s also eco-friendly due to its rate of regrowth. Natural stone is another option in this category. The rough edges provide a slightly rustic look, but those who want a more refined look can request profile stones with smooth edges.
Composite decks. Composite decking is a popular choice for many homeowners. It’s not just because it’s versatile, coming in many colors and textures. Composite decking is also long-lasting, eco-friendly (most composites are made of recycled materials), and low maintenance. It also tends toward the less expensive side of the budget scale. All things considered, composite decks are an excellent choice for homeowners looking to spruce up the backyard for spring.
Mixed materials. Creative souls may appreciate the look of a modern industrial deck created by using a mix of different types of decking materials. Metal, composite, wood, and stone can be combined for a modern look that’s unique and reflects the homeowner’s personality. The use of angles and elevation adds to the overall design, creating a space that’s uniquely suited to your client’s taste.
Varied-plank decking. Who says deck planks have to be uniform in design? Many contractors are noticing a trend toward varied-plank decking. As the name implies, this style uses planks of various widths to create a non-traditional look. Outline a deck of narrow planks with a band of wider planks to create a focal point or set up a separate space on the deck – such as the hot tub area. Use different widths on different levels of the deck. Or lay the planks crosswise from corner to corner to achieve an angled look.
Let Small Haul KC Help with the Clean-Up
Small Haul KC is the area’s one-stop shop when it’s time to rent a roll-off dumpster. Our commercial dumpster rentals are the perfect solution when it comes to cleaning up a job site. Our containers handle all kinds of debris, including yard waste and construction trash.
Keep your clients happy by keeping their property clean as you create the deck of their dreams. Rent a roll-off dumpster for all your clients’ spring deck projects. They’ll appreciate the extra consideration. Contact Small Haul KC today.