Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to know about having a container?
What size container do I need?
What cannot be put into a container?
How many days will I have the container?

     What do I need to know about having a container?

           You should prepare for the delivery of your container by obtaining several 2x4 wood
                planks on which we will place the container
 
           Containers should not be loaded over the side walls of the container unit when filled
 
           Concrete, asphalt and tree stumps require their own, separately designated containers
                and should not be mixed within a dumpster (i.e. container for concrete only)
                See below for what cannot be put in a dumpster

      What size container do I need?

                  10 Yard Open Top Container:     
            bathroom or kitchen renovations
            small garage cleanouts
            small attic and basement cleanouts

                  20 Yard Open Top Container:   
            mid size renovation projects
            two and three car garage cleanouts
            roof tear offs

                  30 Yard Open Top Container:
            large scale renovations
            new construction jobs
            demolition jobs
            estate cleanouts

What cannot be put into a container?
  • tires
  • freeon
  • paint
  • propane tanks
  • uncut railroad ties
  • creosote products
  • Any/All Hazardous Chemicals or Products
  • How many days will I have the container?

    10 business days is our standard. We can accomodate special circumstances.