Bin There Dump That Cincinnati South Press Release
Family Owned Business Strives to Tackle Clutter in Cincinnati South Communities
New Dumpster Rental Company Open for Business
Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 - Bin There Dump That is a Residential-Friendly Dumpster Rental Service
As you endure another bitterly cold winter, don't you wish you could park your car in an empty garage? According to the U.S. Department of Energy, only a quarter of Americans are able to park their car in the garage because their garages are filled with too much junk. A new family-owned dumpster rental business that started this week, Bin There Dump That, wants to help you solve this problem. The inability to park your car in the garage presents a greater issue; leaving your car unattended to warm it up in the morning is a serious risk to auto theft. In fact, running cars left unattended led to 65% of all auto thefts last winter.
Bin There Dump That, which opened for business on March 9th, will service the Cincinnati South communities with residential-friendly dumpsters. Franchise Operator, John Gauch, who's married with four children is grateful to provide a service that will solve household clutter issues for community residents.
"Aside from the catchy name, the thing that attracted me to the Bin There Dump That business model, being the father of four children, was the ability to aid homeowners in ridding their houses of unwanted clutter or construction debris, reestablishing organization in their household," said Gauch.
Clutter and junk consumes too much of our time and money. It costs an average of $10/square foot to store items in your home. Also, according to the National Soap and Detergent Association, getting rid of clutter would eliminate 40 percent of housework in the average home.
Gauch, a former aviation industry executive, has been a resident of Cincinnati for 29 years; he's anxious to work alongside other small contracting businesses in the community as well as contributing his services to community organizations that need them, like Habitat for Humanity. He's also excited to be teaming up with fellow Cincinnati franchise operator, Byron Stowe, to bring the Bin There Dump That experience to all of Cincinnati.
"With Byron covering the north (Cincinnati), and me covering the south, it means we are now able to provide this service to contractors and organizations all across greater Cincinnati," stated Gauch.
To rent a dumpster for your Spring Cleaning project, call Bin There Dump That Cincinnati at 513-732-2467 or visit http://www.cincinnatiohiodumpsterrental.com/
BIN THERE DUMP THAT is a new mini dumpster company with small but mighty solutions. Incorporated in 2001, the company has franchises throughout the United States and Canada, serving most major metropolitan areas. BIN THERE DUMP THATTM provides their communities mini bins that are lean, clean, lime green cleaning machines. You can have the right sized mini dumpster for your needs delivered professionally to your driveway, often the same day. 905-823-8550