DENVER, CO - There's a new business opening in the Denver west region that will help you 'clean up and clear out'. Will and Rabecka Blauvelt will be launching their Bin There Dump That franchise on Monday, June 30 with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony hosted by the Arvada Chamber of Commerce. The ceremony will take place at Bin There Dump That's bin yard, located at 5750 West 60th Ave in Arvada. Bin There Dump That will service nearby Denver neighborhoods with residential-friendly, lime green, roll-off dumpsters for those clearing clutter from their homes, cleaning up from a home renovation project or removing debris from an unfortunate disaster. Their timing is impeccable.
One-quarter of Americans can't park even one car in their two-car garages because there's too much clutter, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. The marketing research firm Harris Interactive found that 23 percent of adults incur late-payment fees because they lose bills. In fact, Americans have accumulated so much stuff that between 1994 and 2004, demand for self-storage units doubled to approximately 44,000 units today1. Will is excited that his family-operated business can be a solution to this issue.
"Clutter is an issue that is collecting through too many homes in Denver, you'd be surprised at the sense of relief one may find when we haul off with a dumpster full of unwanted items they were finally able to rid," said Blauvelt.
As for the other side of his business, it bodes a sunnier proposition. With the recession in the rearview mirror, homeowners are buying new or remodeling again2. 5000 homeowners were surveyed in the 2013 Remodeling Sentiment Report, those surveyed estimated to spend $114,000 on home improvement projects, up from $80,000 in 2010. This equates to a lot of construction debris that needs to be removed from construction sites and residential homes. The need for roll-off dumpsters, especially ones that fit nicely on residential driveways, has grown considerably in the last few years.
"Denver is experiencing wonderful housing revitalization3 and it's exciting to be part of the journey," exclaimed Blauvelt.