With spring around the corner in Southern Ontario, and summer right behind it, construction companies and homeowners are gearing up for their next home renovation, landscaping project, large scale decluttering and construction job. All of these projects mean that you will require a roll-off dumpster bin, and you can order one of our 4 bin sizes online. When you place your order we will schedule delivery and pickup times that are convenient for your schedule, and place your dumpster bin on your property on a hard flat surface that is easily accessible for your crew.
If this is your first project and you have never used a disposal bin rental service before, you probably have a few questions. Questions are great, and we love helping our clients. One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is what items are allowed in a roll-off dumpster bin, and what can’t be placed in our bins.
Here is what you can place in our disposal bins:
• Wood – fencing, decking, firewood, old lumber.
• Construction materials – debris, drywall, tiling, wallboard, Sheetrock.
• Garden debris – branches, tree and hedge clippings, sod, dirt.
• Furniture – couches/sofas, desks, file cabinets, tables, dressers, sofa beds, mattresses.
• Appliances – fridges, freezers, stoves, dishwashers, washers and dryers.
• Basement, garage, shed and attic junk – boxes, books, old tools, tires.
• Electronics – computers, monitors, copy machines, printers.
• Garbage – cardboard, rubbish, paper.
• Concrete – from broken pathways or flooring.
• Roofing items – cedar and asphalt shingles.
• Renovation junk – walls, doors, windows, plywood, drywall, floor boards, plasterboard and frames, etc.
• Old tires – there is an added disposal charge for tires.
There are numerous items that cannot be disposed of because of safety hazards, environmental threats and local restrictions.
Items that cannot be placed in our bins:
• Combustible or flammable liquids
• Propane tanks
• Paint thinner
• Items explicitly listed as hazardous
The items that cannot be placed in our bins can be taken to your local hazardous material depot. Most cities and towns have one or several of them, so a quick internet search will help you find one closest to your home.
We always remove your unwanted debris and material as safely as possible, and according to the law, so if you have any further questions regarding what is allowed in our bins, we invite you to contact us with any questions and a member of our team will be happy to answer you as soon as possible.