REO Property Preservation Forum banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Business Consultant
Media, Investigative Journalism, Business Consultant
Joined
·
1,391 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Here is a short video that may help job cost decisions
There has long been debate as to which is cheaper. labor or dumpster fees
I hope this short Business 101 tip will help your business.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3 Posts
Not sure why you carefully fill every nook and cranny of the dumpster. Debris is paid for by the cubic yard. That was the mistake I made when I started until my trainer - son-in-law set me straight. Almost 30 yd full in 9 hours, sounds about correct. This is a tough business for a one man show but almost impossible to find good help at a reasonable rate plus insurance and workers comp will kill you!


Here is a short video that may help job cost decisions
There has long been debate as to which is cheaper. labor or dumpster fees
I hope this short Business 101 tip will help your business.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
14 Posts
I did not understand the logic about getting as much as possible in a dumpster. If you get paid by the yard, I want my trailer to be filled up as fast as possible. I can fill up a 20 yard trailer in a few hours. Most nationals typically cap a property at 25 yards anyway to start.
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top