A We only need basic information regarding the job you're bidding so we can provide the cost figures you need to include in your bid:
A You may:
A Simply provide the square footage and type of membrane and we will estimate the job noting that the estimate is subject to change once we are able to identify the foam type and thickness.
A Give us the thickest and the thinnest measurement, i.e. it's 2” to 7” and we'll use an average of 4.5”, to determine the estimate from there.
A Normally about 4 hours, certainly by day's end.
A It's easy to recycle it. Take the same steps except roll it or fold it and put it on pallets and secure it. Full pallets are simply loaded onto our trucks. Throw the glued seams away.
A We found that cost-wise if, you roll it or fold it, and stack the membrane about 3' high you will average between 1,500 lbs and 1,700 lbs per pallet. This maximizes the amount you will fit on each trailer. This helps you use less pallets and less trailers.
A For safety and cost reasons, it is best if the material does not shift during transport. No one likes a big mess. Well palletized material keeps the cost low which benefits you and your customer and keeps the load from being rejected at our recycling facility.
A It is very important to get pictures when you first begin the tear-off to confirm type, thickness, and condition. We want to eliminate the possibility of rejecting a load by clarifying problems early.
A At this time we do not accept those membrane types due to the cross contamination of the materials. As we explore other end markets we hope to find future applications that might be able to use these materials.
A No. Simply stack the insulation to 4' high on strips of insulation.
A Double stack the bundles to 8' on the flatbed trailer with a lull or forklift.
A No matter the size of the job or the number of trailers required, we will work with you to provide services when and where you need them. In general, we ask that you give us 24 to 48 hours notice when scheduling a pickup.