[Click to edit the title]

These Guys are awesome!! They loaded my garage filled with stacked files (about 50 boxes), toys, old furniture and other junk in less than 45 minutes. They even swept out my garage and put the leaves in the Trash. Great Service at a Great Price!!

Just Trash It! Junk Removal replied on 10-19-2010
Thanks - we were thrilled to get your stacked files to the recycling and shredding for you, as well. Always a pleasure to work with great clients!

Talkin Trash

Current Articles | RSS Feed RSS Feed

When Do You Want a RollOff Dumpster for Junk?


Over the past 13 years of doing junk removal across Atlanta, we've taken the call - "do you have rolloff dumpsters for rent" streetdumpsterquite a few times.  We've even heard it enough to consider getting in the business of leasing/renting roll offs.  However, we've never done so - as we find roll offs to have many advantages but a few small disadvantages that can make them the wrong option.  Here's what we'd ask if you call looking for a roll off - to help you determine what your best option is:

  • What type of debris will you be removing?
  1. If you are removing construction debris and can control access to the dumpster, you may well want to rent a dumpster.
  2. However, if you can't control access, or may not have room for a rolloff in the driveway, we wouldn't recommend a rolloff.  Obviously, if it doesn't fit - it isn't going to work.  And if you can't control access, you will be host to other people's junk and debris they decide to leave in your rolloff (yes, it happens a LOT!!!)
  • Will the debris be removed quickly or over time?
  1. If your job is going to take more than one or two days and you have room for a rolloff - you'll want to minidumpsterconsider using one.  Most reconstruction projects and construction projects are done pretty quickly on the junk hauling side of things.

  2. If your job is one where you can remove the debris and have the work done in one or two days, placing the debris on a tarp in the driveway, junk hauling is often your best option.  It means you don't have to lift the items into a dumpster, and includes the loading/labor, disposal and gas.  It also keeps you from paying for dumpster space you don't use.
  • How large/heavy is the debris?
  1. If you have large chunks of stone, concrete or heavy debris - or have heavy tile, roofing tiles or other similiar items, you may be best off using a roll off - as you won't be charged a "bed load" fee, which can, sometimes, make a roll off the better overall economical option.
  2. While it is great to have labor to remove the heavy items, the labor and hauling become more expensive if the items themselves are heavy.  They cost more to load, to drive and to dump.
Give us a call today at 770 399 6602 and we'll either set up an appointment with you - or send you to one of our local favorites who do dumpster rolloffs.


Currently, there are no comments. Be the first to post one!
Post Comment
Website (optional)

Allowed tags: <a> link, <b> bold, <i> italics

Subscribe by Email

Your email:

Posts by Month