Rubber Tired Dumpster (RTD):
10 Yard RTD = 14’ x 7’ x 3’
15 Yard RTD = 14’ x 7’ x 4’
20 Yard RTD = 14' x 7' x 5'
Roll Off Dumpster (RO):
10 Yard RO = 15’ x 8’ x 3.5'
20 Yard RO = 18’ x 8’ x 5.5’
30 Yard RO = 20’ x 8’ x 6.5’
40 Yard RO = 20’ x 8’ x 7.5'
Rubber Tired Verses Roll-Off:
2 DUMP IT™ RUBBER TIRED DUMPSTERS 2 DUMP IT™ Rubber Tired Dumpsters (dumpsters on wheels) – these containers are like trailers that are pulled behind one ton trucks. They are backed into your desired location; the wheels are secured to keep the container from rolling, and then unhooked from the truck. These containers sit up off the ground and nothing touches your drive other than rubber tires. We chock the tires to keep the container from moving. You do not have to provide wooden planks or plywood to protect your drive. These containers are DRIVEWAY SAFE.
ROLL OFF DUMPSTERS Roll Off Dumpsters / Roll-Off Containers – these containers are large steel boxes with steel rollers on the back. Roll Off dumpsters are transported on large heavy trucks. They are placed in your drive or on your property by tilting the container up in the air and pulling out from underneath it, the container rolls off the truck into your desired location. This process generally takes a large area to maneuver. The containers sit directly on the ground; if you want to protect your drive you must provide and place wooden planks or plywood to sit the container on. These containers are not as driveway safe like 2 DUMP IT™ Rubber Tired Dumpsters.
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ROOFING / SHINGLE DUMPSTER RENTALS
2 DUMP IT™ Rubber Tired Dumpsters are the preferred choice by homeowners and roofing contractors in and around St. Louis for their Roofing Projects.
Save Your Insurance Money
- - CURRENTLY NOT RECYCLING - -
Reason: The Shingle Recycling Market in St. Louis, MO has become saturated, thus forcing the Shingle Recycling Facilities to increase their gate fee's (prices).
It does not behoove the contractors or the haulers the added expense and time to separate the material for recycling.
*When we Recycle Shingles, we can pass the savings on to you.
If you have less than 45 total squares (single layer, two layers or three layers) of shingles to tear off, then you can rent a 2 DUMP IT™ Rubber Tired Dumpster and save money.
Most Insurance companies pay an average of $500.00 for disposal of roofing material. If you choose to recycle your shingles then you can save some money.
• Save Money
• NO Damage to Drive or Sidewalk
• NO Permits Required
• Approved by Most HOAs
- *2 DUMP IT™ Only Recycles when the shingle disposal prices per ton are significantly lower than regular construction debris disposal prices. - *Prices are subject to change without notice.
- *Delivery Fees may be applicable.
What Does CLEAN SHINGLES Mean?
• Black Paper / Tar Paper
These three materials can be recycled.
Keeping the dumpster clean with these three materials will allow us to recycle your roofing shingles at a Shingle Recycling Facility in St. Louis, MO.
We will take the additional roofing debris like;
• Ridge Vents
• Plastic Ridge Vents
• Shingle Plastic and Paper Wrapping (Bagged)
• Metal / Down Spouts / Gutters
• Misc. Roofing Debris
as long as it is bagged (example: plastic, bottles,cans, caulking tubes, food containers, cardboard, etc.) and placed on top of clean shingles. Talk to your Representative for details.