Mass Dumpster Rental is proud to provide the highest quality Dumpster rental services to the city of Brockton and the greater Plymouth county area. With decades experience in the waste management industry, we’ve seen just about every possible situation where a dumpster is needed, and every onsite challenge to delivering it and hauling it away again once filled. There could be several reasons for needing to rent a dumpster, and our experts possess the knowledge, experience and state-of-the-art equipment to efficiently as and cost-effectively possible. We carry 10-yard, 20-yard, 30-yard, and 40-yard dumpsters that can handle projects of virtually any size and scope. We understand that we are not in the business of rocket science, and also that we are not the only game in town, so we do things better than the competition in order to stay #1.
Great question! We are more than pleased to report that homeowners, land-owners, property managers and construction professionals choose us because we work with one specific mission in mind: To provide our clients with the best equipment via the most courteous and reliable service, at the most affordable prices. Our team understands that the need to rent a roll-off dumpster isn’t an ordinary, everyday occurrence. So when the phone rings, our courteous staff knows that time is of the essence to get you what you need. It all starts with our ordering process, which has been perfectly streamlined to ensure the desired end-state: You getting the right sized dumpster, at the right address, in the right location at that address, in the shortest amount of time, and at the time that we promised! As soon as one of our friendly representatives talks with you and makes written notations of your needs and requirements, the process of delivering a roll-off dumpster to your residence, commercial building, or property begins. We carry a large fleet of dumpsters in key sizes so that we are able to get your roll-off dumpster delivered to you within 24-hours notice in almost all cases, and we never need more than 48-hours to deliver. Keeping a project on schedule while helping you remain within a prescribed budget are two of the most important things to our customers. That’s why it’s important to work with a company that tells you exactly what they’re going to do for you... and then follows through by doing exactly what they said. Our prices are affordable, and there are never any hidden fees. When you choose Mass Dumpster Rental Company, you’re choosing the most innovative and resourceful waste management service in the greater Brockton and Plymouth county area. And when you choose us, you get the best customer service in the industry. In the end, when you go do business with Mass Dumpster Rental Company, you do so because you can rely on us. This isn’t just a tag-line. It’s a guarantee.
Now that you’ve identified your need for a dumpster rental, there are three simple steps that you will want to follow. The first is gathering the information you need so that we can provide you with a price quote. For example, we need to know the type of waste material you will be putting in the container (also referred to as a “debris box”), and how much material there will be. Through our brief discussion together we can help make a recommendation on the most appropriate size, and accurately estimate how many times we’ll be hauling it away from the site. (Whenever uncertainty exists with respect to the appropriate size of debris-box for your project, we usually recommended the larger size to avoid needing to rent two containers if the first turns out not to be large enough. The second step is to give some thought to specific questions you may wish to ask us to help make sure that everything goes smoothly with your project, and that you are satisfied. The third step is picking a good location where the container will be placed and properly preparing the site to make certain your project runs efficiently, and to avoid any potential damage to your property. To help you with this, we’ve listed the dimensions of our 4 different sizes of roll-off dumpsters, along with the uses for them we commonly see from our customers:
10-Yard Dumpsters: 14-feet long by 7.5-feet wide by 3.5-feet high: Medium sized basement, attic, or garage cleanouts, deck removals of up to 250 square feet, roof shingles and debris (up to 1,500 square feet), and small kitchen or bathroom remodeling projects
20-Yard Dumpsters: 22-feet long by 7.5-feet wide by 4.5-feet high: Large basement, attic, or garage cleanouts, flooring or carpet removal for a large house, removal of decks (from 300 to 400 square feet), roof shingles and debris from 2,500 to 3,000 square feet
30-Yard Dumpsters: 22-feet long by 7.5-feet wide by 6-feet high: Major home additions, construction of a new home, demolition of a two car garage, small to medium house complete siding or window replacement.
40-Yard Dumpsters: 22-feet long by 7.5-feet wide by 8-feet high: Complete window or siding replacements for a large home, commercial roof tear-offs, commercial building clean-outs, new construction or major additions to existing structures.
Now that we know the size of the roll-off container you need, it’s time to decide on the specific delivery date you require for your project, as well as the entire term of the rental of one or more debris boxes. We’ll check our inventory and make arrangements internally to reserve your container. Together, we have now gathered all of the information necessary to quote you a price!
Some companies quote prices based solely on the size of the container, while others quote prices based on the size of the container but with a weight limit included. There are other dumpster companies who will include landfill charges that they incur each time they go to the dump. At Mass dumpster rental, we feel it’s best for the customer when vendors just keep it simple, so our quotes are always based on just 2 things: The size of the container, and a “per-haul” cost each time we carry it away. In order to be as advantageous to you as possible, we reduce the per-haul price the more times we can estimate that the container will be removed.
Landfills have rules about hazardous materials and other types of debris that we are prohibited from dumping. Because we don’t always know with 100% certainty what has been placed in our container, we cannot be responsible for any fines the landfill may impose, and so we must pass those costs along to the customer. Call us to discuss what types of materials are prohibited by the landfills in the Brockton and greater Plymouth county areas.
How to Fill Your Dumpster: Many dumpster rental companies in the greater Brockton area (including Whitman, East Bridgewater, Holbrook, Abington, Stoughton, Randolph, Rockland or Bridgewater) ask you not to fill their containers to more than 75% of capacity. All that we ask is that you don’t deposit debris and waste any higher than the container walls. For transport to the landfill, our drivers will need to load the unit onto a special truck and then cover it. So there you have it, a simple process of gathering the information you need to provide to the rental companies. A few questions you need to ask in addition to the standard price quote to make sure you get not only the best price but avoid any potential additional fees and penalties. And a few things you need to do to make sure that the site where the canister will be located is properly prepared to avoid doing any damage to your property.
If you’re going to have your roll-off debris box located on your property it is best to have us place it on the firmest ground possible. Our containers are solid steel, so even when they’re empty they are quite heavy and need to be properly supported. We want to make sure that no damage of any kind to the grounds is caused. This includes soft earth that lies beneath a concrete sidewalk or asphalt driveway, and even in this case we recommend having some plywood available to place under the roll-off dumpsters wheels to help prevent any damage to your driveway or other paved areas.
Many dumpster rental companies in the greater Brockton area (including Whitman, East Bridgewater, Holbrook, Abington, Stoughton, Randolph, Rockland or Bridgewater) ask you not to fill their containers to more than 75% of capacity. All that we ask is that you don’t deposit debris and waste any higher than the container walls. For transport to the landfill, our drivers will need to load the unit onto a special truck and then cover it.So there you have it, a simple process of gathering the information you need to provide to the rental companies. A few questions you need to ask in addition to the standard price quote to make sure you get not only the best price but avoid any potential additional fees and penalties. And a few things you need to do to make sure that the site where the canister will be located is properly prepared to avoid doing any damage to your property.
Is there anything I can't put in a dumpster?
There are some items we cannot accept in our dumpsters. These include any items containing hazardous chemicals or other items that can cause damage to the container or landfill. If you’re unsure about an item, please give us a call and we can provide the proper guidance.
How should I load my dumpster?
All debris and material should be placed inside the walls of the container. Do not leave anything hanging over the sides or rising above the top of the dumpster. This could delay your waste pick-up because drivers cannot haul overloaded dumpsters.
What are the common dumpster sizes and which size should I rent?
Dumpsters are measured by the number of cubic yards the container will hold. Therefore, a 10-yard dumpster will hold 10-yards of waste materials. The typical dumpster sizes are 10-yards, 20-yards, 30-yards, and 40-yards. Estimating the amount of debris a project will generate can be tricky, so give us a call and we can help you estimate the best size for your project.
What things impact how much it will cost to rent a dumpster?
The two things that have the biggest impact on the cost of renting a dumpster are your location and how much debris you need to have removed. The cost of renting a dumpster can vary by city (and respective landfill) and also by frequency of hauls. Municipalities have different fees and taxes associated with disposing of the contents of a roll-off dumpster, and the difference can be as much as 300% to 400% from one city to the next. The amount and type of debris you will be disposing of will also have a big impact on the cost. In basic terms, the more material and the heavier it is the more it’s going to cost.
Brockton is located in Plymouth county, southeastern Massachusetts, lying 20 miles south of Boston. The lands now occupied by the city were sold by Native Americans in 1649 to Myles Standish and John Alden and became part of the Plymouth colony. The original farming community was part of the town of Bridgewater until 1821 and was called North Bridgewater until being renamed for Brockton, Ontario, Canada, in 1874. Shoe manufacturing began there as early as 1750, and by 1865, with the development of the McKay sewing machine (enabling the stitching of the uppers and soles of shoes) and the demand created by the American Civil War, Brockton had become a major boot-producing center. However, by the 1950s, shoemaking had declined in importance. The city, which was one of the first to adopt electric street lighting (1884), also pioneered in operating electric-powered streetcars and introduced a widely copied municipal system of inland sewage disposal in 1893.
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