You don’t have to work in construction to rent a dumpster. Though waste containers are a construction site staple, there are countless projects big and small that can be made better by a dumpster. Whether you’re pulling the tile out of your bathroom, replacing the cabinets in your kitchen, or gutting your home and starting over, you’ll be glad to rid yourself of the waste and debris in one fell swoop.
Junk removal has it perks. There are few services quite as convenient as hiring a hauler to do away with your old couch or busted furnace. But if you’re generating a high volume of waste over an extended period of time, junk removal just won’t cut it. That’s where renting a roll off steps in. Having a dumpster on-site will allow you to toss waste as soon as you generate it so waste and debris don’t overtake your work site. Stay on top of your projects at every step by keeping your work site clear.
The price of a dumpster rental is as unique as the container itself. That’s because our rental prices factor in more than the roll off itself. Each of our quotes takes into account the specific parameters of your project. We look at dumpster size, the location of your work site, the allowable weight, the length of the rental, and the type of debris when calculating your personalized price. Call our office to discuss your dumpster rental needs with a team member.
In short, yes. But what you’re really obtaining a permit for is based on where you place the dumpster. Richardson requires that you obtain a Right of Way permit if you intend to place your container on a street or road, on a public sidewalk or walkway, or on another form of private property. If you belong to a Homeowner’s Association, you will likely need to request their prior approval as well. Refer to City of Richardson for specific permit regulations.
Dumpsters are an important part of nearly every project. But that doesn’t mean they’re a perfect fit for every kind of waste and debris. Cabinets, flooring, wood, and more can be hauled in a dumpster. However, some items are prohibited, like hazardous materials, tires, freon appliances, wet paint, asbestos, batteries, oils, gasoline, and railroad ties. We have comprised a detailed list for your help with prohibited items for a dumpster.
The local landfills we utilize for dumping are: