So, you think you need a roll-off dumpster for your event or construction site. Considering the average waste production at each site, you probably do.
Texas Johns offers roll-off dumper rentals for those needs and others like large events and residential remodeling projects.
Our line of roll-off dumpsters come in several sizes that can meet a multitude of sanitation needs. Avoid those heavy contractor bags that slow down your project’s progress; go roll-off dumpster.
Here’s a look at some of the most common questions we get about rentals that can help you get a head start on your first order.
Is There a Difference Between a Roll-Off Dumpster and a Container?
No. The terms are used synonymously. Both are used as a receptacle for storing away waste or debris from a project or event. They are one in the same.
How Do I Know What Size Dumpster I Need?
Our official roll-off dumpster rental page can help you explore the size of dumpsters we offer and consider why you really need a rental. You can see our dumpster sizes and suggestions for their use.
We currently offer:
- 20-yard dumpster for major landscaping projects, roof replacements or home improvement projects.
- 30-yard roll offs are great for home additions, remodeling projects or your office’s clean out.
- 40-yard roll-off dumpsters are ideal for demolitions, major remodels, and commercial renovations.
You can always reach out to us to get advice on the best size to fit your needs.
Am I Locked Into a Long-Term Rental Period?
Simply, no. We offer a variety of rental periods based completely on your needs. Rentals can be by the day, week, or month. Texas Johns will work with you to determine your best option.
What is the Cost of a roll-off-dumpster?
Cost is based on the size of your roll-off dumpster and how long you will need to use it. Also, if you need more than one dumpster, that will be a factor in the total cost. Another element in cost is how often you will need it replaced.
Where Will My Dumpster Be Located?
The best placement for your dumpster is on a hard, level surface. Gravel, concrete, and asphalt surfaces are the best. If placed on a dirt surface, heavy rain can cause it to sink or slide if not level.
Remember, when deciding where to place your roll-off dumpster, your dumpster has wheels. A level surface is important.
Is There Anything I Cannot Put Into the Dumpster?
There are rules about what can and cannot be placed into a roll-off dumpster. Also, the locality where you place the dumpster may have ordinances about what waste can be allowed.
As a general rule, chemicals cannot be put into roll-off dumpsters. This would include fertilizers, weed killers, fluorescent light bulbs, pool chemicals, and pest poisons.
Paint and petroleum products, like used motor oil, cannot be put into a dumpster. Tires, electronics, and batteries are not allowed.
Major appliances are another no-no. We cannot accept concrete in our dumpsters either. If you have any of these to dispose of, contact Texas Johns to see if we can help you find the correct way to dispose of these items.
We are an eco-friendly company; we strictly comply with EPA and local guidelines.
Are There Any Other Dumpster Limitations?
All our dumpsters have weight limits. If you go beyond your weight limit, you will need to rent a larger dumpster.
Another consideration is the location of your project.
You will need a permit to park a dumpster on a public street in most areas. You will need proof of this permit when we deliver.
At Texas Johns we focus on the needs of the customers. We want to help you keep your construction sites, venues, and event spaces healthy and as clean as possible. We make it our business to make your waste disposal simple, safe, and reliable. Our website makes it easy to contact us for a quote by submitting your name and contact info, or just giving us a call. We are here to serve you.