The Roll-off dumpster is different from standard dumpsters. They are designed with open tops in a rectangular shape with access doors on one end and can be produced in various sizes.
They are transported by truck or trailer and dropped off at the service location. When requested by the client, the truck or trailer returns and loads the dumpster, then transports the waste to the dump or appropriate recycling facility.
Roll-off dumpster rental services are intended to provide convenience to the client, allowing them to focus on other priorities.
Things you should know when renting a roll-off dumpster:
Roll Off Dumpsters in Dallas Texas are measured in cubic yards. Consider the following tips to determine your project’s requirements for dumpster rental.
- Calculate Size
The dumpster footprint is measured in feet while the volume of the dumpster is measured in cubic yards. A cubic yard measures 3 feet by 3 feet wide by 3 feet high. If you are unsure of your dumpster requirements, give us a call and we would be happy to consult you regarding your specific project.
- Consider Weight
Each dumpster comes with a weight limit. You should know the approximate amount of debris you will have so to avoid additional fees from exceeding the dumpster’s weight limit. The maximum weight for your 20 yard container are 3 tons. If you are unsure of your project’s potential weight or volume, give us a call and we will consult you regarding your specific project.
- Determine the Space
The final consideration is the space where you are going to place the dumpster. Your project site, home, or place of business should have enough room to accommodate your dumpster including access for delivery and removal, as well as access for your use of the dumpster.
How is Pricing Determined?
Dumpster rental prices ares determined by several factors:
- Dumpster size
- Service Location
- Rental period
- Type of waste
- The total amount of debris for the project or service address
When considering a dumpster rental company, make sure to get a price quote that helps you know how much the dumpster rental is going to cost you.
Some Final Words:
A dumpster rental offers the most efficient and professional way of clearing project debris and keeping you on track. Dumpster sizes come in a wide range of sizes suited for different jobs.
If you are in need of waste management services, contact us today and let us get started providing the service you require.
Our dumpsters will accomodate many types and forms of waste including:
- Remodel or renovation construction debris
- Demolition debris
- Roofing tear off
- Garage or Attic Clean out
- Pre-listing junk removal or decluttering
- Yard Clean up
- Tree trimming debris
- Bulk Trash
- Residential or Business Waste
- And more
However, there are several types of waste that are prohibited from being placed in our dumpsters. Please read our Dumpster Disclaimer before you start your clean up.
EXCLUDED ITEMS – Tires, hazardous material, liquid solvents, chemicals, freon, batteries, paint, biohazard or medical waste, asbestos or lead-painted materials, propane tanks, equipment containing gas or oil, refrigerators or freezers, air conditioners, dead animals, brick, rock, stone, dirt, or mud
DRIVEWAYS AND PARKING AREAS – Customer warrants that any access/provided for contractor’s equipment is sufficient to bear the weight of all equipment and vehicles required to perform the service. The contractor shall not be responsible for damage to lawns or pavement or road service. The customer assumes all liabilities for damage to the aforementioned. It is the customer’s responsibility to make Good Bull Services aware of any underground utilities, which might be affected by taking delivery of the dumpster.
WASTE MATERIAL – Customer represents and warrants that the materials placed in the equipment shall be “waste material” as defined herein and shall contain no other substances. The term “waste material” as used in these Terms and Conditions shall mean solid waste generated by Customer excluding radioactive, volatile, highly flammable, explosive, biomedical, infectious, toxic or hazardous material. The term “hazardous material” shall include, but not be limited to, any amount of waste listed or characterized as hazardous by the United States Environmental Protection Agency or any state agency pursuant to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, as amended or applicable by law. Title to and liability for any waste excluded above shall remain with Customer and Customer expressly agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Good Bull Services from and against any and all damages, penalties, fines, and liabilities resulting from or arising out of such waste excluded above.