Do You Have Protection Underneath Your Bins?
Yes, each bin comes with customized wooden boards that fit underneath the bin to ensure the surface is protected.
What Happens When It Rains, Will I Be Charged For Water Weight?
In a short answer, yes. Our bins are designed to have a small slit where the barns doors are located so when the truck picks up the bin most of the water should pour out.
How Are Your Bins Priced?
Pricing is determined upon the number of days rented by the amount the bin weights.
Pricing for Clean Fill is determined only on the number of days rented and is not charged by weight.
What Payments Do You Accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover & Debit Card transactions. If paying by Debit in person we require an extra $120+tax ontop of the rental period you’ve selected for fraud prevention purposes.
What Sizes Of Bins Do You Have?
As Of Now We Have 4 Sizes:
4 Yards (12′ long, 5′ wide, 2′ high)
10 Yards (12′ long, 5′ wide, 5′ high)
16 Yards (12′ long, 6′ wide, 5′ high)
20 Yards (12′ long, 8′ wide, 6′ high)
Where Do You Dispose Of The Bin Contents?
The bins contents are taken to Recycle City in Hamilton, Ontario. From there, they sort out, dispose, or recycle the contents we bring them.
Do you have a loyalty program?
Yes infact we do. We’re partnered with Air Miles Reward Miles. 1 Air Mile for every $20 Spent before tax.
How Many Days Can I Rent The Bin For?
1 Day, 3 Days, 7 Days, 10 Days, 14 Days. Any rentals needed past 14 days please contact the office at 844-958-5678.
Why should I choose Clean Er Up?
Our main priority is the customer experience from start to finish. We’re also the first company in Ontario to integrate Load Cell Technology which means we have the capability to weigh the bin contents right in front of you when it comes time for the bin to be picked up. Our goal is to be the market leader in the residential waste collection industry.
What is Load Cell Technology?
Load Cell Technology is technology that allows a load cell to convert force such as pressure, tension, compression or torque into an electrical signal that can be standardized and measured.
How do Load Cell's work?
As force is applied to the load cell, the electrical signal changes proportionally which in turn means that when a dumpster is picked up onto the truck, the Load Cell sensors tell the meter how much the bin weighs.
*Rental period starts from the time the bin is dropped off*