What Can I Put In My Dumpster Rental?
Household trash and furniture
At Breeding Roll Off Service, we don't want you to have to wonder, "what can I put in my dumpster rental?" Besides general trash, we also accept furniture and certain appliances. Because of this, home renovations and estate clear outs just got a lot easier. Our roll off containers come in a variety of sizes to suit your specific needs. Whether you've got several extra large couches or just a small amount of lawn debris, it can all go in a Breeding dumpster!
Finally, a dumpster that CAN dispose of tires! Breeding Roll Off is proud to offer our customers with the option to dispose of tires. Because tires require recycling, we do charge a nominal fee per tire. We also ask that you put your tires on top of all other garbage.
Shingles, Siding, and Wood
Yes! As long as the material is asbestos-free, it can go straight in the dumpster. If the material does have asbestos, it must be bagged and labeled. Our dumpsters can accommodate extra-large loads, meaning you can easily complete full on demolitions! If you have specific questions about a material, please don't hesitate to reach out. We're happy to answer any of your questions!
We accept lawn debris, too. Whether you're raking the yard in the fall or clearing out after a storm, Breeding dumpsters can handle it all. Organic material can be placed in the same container as other trash. However, if you prefer, you may separate it for recycling purposes. We recommend our 15-yard dumpster for small yards, all the way up to the 40-yard for several acres of property. Give us a call, and our experts will help you determine which size is suitable.
Bricks, Concrete, & Rocks
Nothing is too heavy for our 20-yard dumpster. This beast can handle the bulkiest materials with ease, including bricks, rocks, concrete, dirt, and more. Because of its low sides, it can't be overloaded. If you're ripping up an asphalt or concrete driveway, the 20-yard dumpster will be perfect to help you get the job done.
Materials Not Allowed:
For your safety, as well as ours and our community's: we ask that you do not put any hazardous material in our dumpster rentals. This includes asbestos, chemicals, bleach, and biohazards. If you have those types of materials, there are hazardous waste collection programs to help you responsibly dispose of them.
If you still have questions about specific items, please reach out to us. We are happy to help you not only determine what is and isn't allowed in our dumpsters, but also find the perfect size and coordinate your ideal delivery spot.