We would like to honor the men and women who served and currently serving in the Military. We will be closed Saturday, May 27th through Monday, May 29th, and will reopen on Tuesday, May 30th. Please make sure to have all orders in and confirmed by Thursday, May 25th to ensure that your dumpster will be taken care of.
Here at Bin There Dump That we want our customers to be completely informed regarding our bins. Below are some helpful topics and reminders that are common questions from our customers.
Will a Dumpster Fit In My Residential Driveway?
How can you tell if a residential roll-off dumpster will fit in your driveway? Luckily, it's easy to figure out with your dumpster specialist.
Bin There Dump That’s bins come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 9 to 12 feet long and 5 1/2 to 8 feet wide. Most driveways are at least 10 feet wide, providing plenty of room for the bin. If you have concerns about the dumpster fitting in your driveway because it’s curvy or steep, your dumpster specialist will help you come up with a plan.
Can I Use My Dumpster for Spring Landscaping Projects?
Spring is in full swing which urges us to get outdoors and get busy. Spring is the perfect time to work on a variety of landscape projects, like trimming trees, pulling dead foliage and renovating your patio area. Your hard work will end up creating piles of scraps and those lawn bags can only hold so much.
But can you put those in your dumpster?
Unless you’re dealing with hazardous or dangerous material, you can put your yard scraps into the bin. You can throw out topsoil, plant material, gravel, bricks, concrete and other landscape items into our 6yd or 10yd bins. Before renting a dumpster, you might want to walk through your yard to see what all needs to go. This will also help you figure out what size bin you need for the job.