Frequently Asked Questions


Who Uses Them?

Sometimes a project is bigger than the back of a pick-up. Anybody can utilize our services. Most commonly: 

  • Homeowners & Renters
  • Contractors
  • Home Buyers and Sellers 
  • Realtors 
  • Land Lords
  • Restoration Companies
  • Business Owners

What Are They Used For?

Clean Outs: Garage, Basement, Attic, Etc...

Construction: Renovations, Demolition, New Builds, Additions 

Property Management: Evictions/Foreclosures, Moving, Cleaning After Tennet

General Junk Removal

Don't see what you're looking for? Please call to see if we can assist any project you have.

How Much Do They Cost?

The price of the rental is dependent on the rental period and size of container. 

The easiest way to know is to call, text, or email us for a quote. 

What Can't Go In Them?

  • Asbestos                                                  
  • Oils/Gasoline                                        
  • Paint Cans (with liquid) 
  • Hazardous Waste                                
  • Explosives                                              
  • Electronics 
  • Liquids                                                    
  • Radioactive Waste 
  • Gas Cylinders                                      
  • Batteries                                                 
  • Major Appliances 
  • Yard Waste*                                         
  • Septic Waste                                         
  • Medical Waste 
  • Tires  

*If you would like to use a container for yard waste it would have to be exclusively yard waste.  

How Long Is The Rental Period?

There are 3 different rental periods:

  • 3 Day 
  • 10 Day 
  • Monthly 

A container can be used as long as you need it, but it is best to know your needs ahead of time to avoid extra charges. 

What Happens If The Container Gets Damaged?

The renter of the container is responsible for damages. This can result in extra charges.

Damages can happen when equipment is used to lift and drop heavy loads into the container, causing dents or blowouts in the bottom and sides. Do not try to move the container. Pouring paint or other sticky substances in the container can deface the appearance (interior or exterior). Need to get rid of paint? Remove the lid and let it dry completely, then dispose of the can.