FAQ

F.A.Q’s

What can’t I put in my dumpster?

Hazardous materials. This list includes but is not limited to:
Paints (oil, aerosol, or water based)
oils (motor, hydraulic, or food)
fuels (gas, diesel, or propane)
batteries – any type
poison, insecticides, pesticides, herbicides
fluorescent bulbs
asbestos
propane tanks (even if empty)
tires (on or off wheels)
appliances with Freon (ac units, refrigerators, freezers)

Contact Us for proper disposal procedures.

How and when do you take payment?

Acceptable payment methods are cash, local check, debit card or major credit card (VISA, MC).
Checks and cash payments must be picked up at delivery.

How much weight can I put in my dumpster?

Each dumpster has its specific weight limits listed on each dumpster page. Heavy materials such as rock, dirt, concrete, plaster and such are limited. Please contact for more information.

How soon can I get it?

Most containers are delivered in a 24hr period. Some containers can be delivered same day.

When will it be picked up?

Typical residential placements are for 7 days, but shorter or longer periods of time can be arranged.

Where will it be placed?

Roll-offs can be placed wherever the customer requests provided it is on a hard surface. Street placement must comply with local regulations and may require a permit (additional costs may apply).

How full can I fill my roll-off?

Dumpsters may be filled level to the top edge of the container. Overloaded materials may require the customer to offload excess material to facilitate safe travel.

Will the load be covered?

Yes. We tarp loads before transport.

Does someone need to be home or at the placement location?

No. If payment is already arranged and drop off directions are given.

Can I move the container?

No. The roll-offs are designed to be moved only by specially equipped vehicles and property and/or dumpster damage may result.

Are there really no hidden charges?

There are NO hidden charges – please note that overweight dumpsters, extended rental times, extra trip fees, hazardous materials in the roll-offs, or damage to the container may result in additional costs. These are, however, spelled out before or at delivery.