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Many of our customers have already experienced that our bins cannot be delivered in some areas of San Antonio or in surrounding areas such as Helotes, Cibolo, Universal City, Schertz, Seguin or even Shavano Park. One way we have learned to go around this is to start providing 14 yard Hydraulic Dump Trailers to our customers in these areas. The trailers are also great for properties with low hanging trees or wires! The pricing is the same starting rate as our 14 yard bins at $335 plus sales tax for up to 7 to 10 days, depending on the project; the flat rate also includes the delivery, the removal and the disposal weight of up to 3 tons.
Call our office for more information on our hydraulic dump trailers and how they can benefit you!
When ordering a bin, there are policies that we share with our customers for every new bin order. Our policies coincide with the laws and city ordinances for hauling bins.
All bins should be level loads only (NOT TO EXCEED SIDE WALLS). If any time is taken to remove items to make a bin level for hauling, an automatic $50.00 fee can be assessed.
An $85.00 dry run fee will be assessed if a bin cannot be delivered due to the delivery site being blocked or canceled upon arrival, if a bin cannot be hauled off due to being over loaded or too heavy, or any other circumstance.
If you are dealing WITH CONCRETE, ROCK, STONE, BRICK, DIRT, SAND, ASPHALT OR ANY OTHER DENSE MATERIAL SUCH AS SHINGLES, we can only rent 6 YARDS, 10 YARDS or 14 YARDS depending on the debris and the volume of the debris. We use F - 550's and upon request a Freight liner M2 but weight can still be an issue, especially if your project requires our smaller trucks for a tighter spot.
Our office staff is always more than willing to help clarify any questions about any of the above. Please, never hesitate to contact us via phone or email.
Bin There Dump That is affliated with the NARI Association of San Antonio.
Homeowners can find tons of tips at: http://www.nari.org/consumers/