How Much Will It Cost? Each project is unique and requires to be quoted. All estimates and quotes are free!
What can you demolish? Just about anything. Here is a list of items that seem to be popular for us to demolish:
- Home Demolition (any size)
- Partial Demolition for Additions
- Demolition of Garages and also Industrial Buildings
- Concrete Breaking
- Dismantle Trailers, Mobile Homes (small to big) & Boats (small to big)
- Film Set Demolition and Deconstruction
- We also demolish swimming pools
How much will it cost? Each project is unique and requires to be quoted. All estimates and quotes are free!
What do you excavate? We excavate just about anything. The most common excavating items are:
- for foundations
- for flag stone foundations
Dumpster Bin Rental Services
How much will it cost? Pricing is based on the size of bin rented, however most of the price is determined by how much is loaded (and sometimes what materials are loaded). Call us to get a detailed estimate. All estimates and quotes are free!
What do you take?
- 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, dish washers, washers and dryers
- Basements, garages, 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 – But we do charge more for this because they need to go to a special dump.
- Don’t see your item here? Call us and we’ll tell you if we can take it or not.
How do I load a bin? Any bin that has waste piled higher than the top of the bin is overloaded. Please do not overload. Waste should be evenly distributed in the bin. A balanced load makes for an easier pickup.
Do I need to make special preparations at the bin site? If you will be getting a roll-off bin, there should be at least a 16 foot wide access to the bin site to accommodate the truck and its mechanics. If it’s going on the street make sure you have the proper city permits. No vehicles should be parked near the bin site at a time you are expecting a placement, exchange, or pickup. If the bin is being placed on a driveway or other asphalt that is in good condition, you may want to place large pieces of plywood where the bin is to be located to avoid damage.
What do you do with the junk? The short answer is…it depends. Some items go to the dump while other items go to recycling stations.
General Service Questions
What type of payment do you accept? We accept ALL major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.