KingTutDumpsterRental in Longwood, FL is your top option for commercial and residential dumpster rentals and junk removal. Our company offers 10 yard, 12 yard, 14 yard, 16 yard and 18 yard dumpster rentals and trash removal solutions to meet your every need.
Getting rid of unwanted junk can often be a daunting task. Forget about the headache and allow King Tut Dumpster Rental in Longwood, FL the pleasure of handling your dump and trash removal. Servicing both residential and commercial customers, we provide same day delivery and arranged pick up. No matter your trash situation, we are proud to provide easy, flexible, and convenient rental options that best suit your needs Our experienced staff will help you through the process of selecting the right dumpster and for the right period of time.
Two Size Dumpster Rentals
This is a perfect option for household cleanouts, remodeling projects, small construction jobs, roofing contractors and more. It holds a maximum 8,000 lbs. which is comparable to 6 truck loads. Ideal for household bathroom and/or kitchen remodeling, clearing out the garage, cleaning out the shed, removing construction debris like roofing material, drywall, lumber and a whole lot more. Get started with your very own dumpster rental today and show the neighbors what’s up the sameday! Our sexy containers are sure to make your neighbors jealous!
This is a perfect option for larger household cleanouts, bigger remodeling projects, medium size construction jobs and more. It also holds a maximum 8,000 lbs. This is our most popular dumpster rental and is perfect for the bigger jobs. It can hold up to 9 truck-bed loads of junk, trash and debris. It also provides extra height to the side walls to ensure your waste doesn’t spill over the sides of the dumpster. Great option for cleaning out your residents, large items such as furniture, garage cleanouts, construction site debris and more.
What's Allowed & Not Allowed
If you’re junking everyday waste then chances are we can take it. This includes remodeling debris such as drywall, lumber, flooring, cabinetry and siding, as well as general household items from cleanout projects. However, it’s important to know what is not allowed in a King Tut roll off dumpster rental. Please don’t worry! We’re not looking to give anyone a hard time or charge you more money.
ONLY IF completely empty. IF EMPTY, these can be put in the dumpster but if they are full, or even partially-full, they are prohibited.
This includes all uncontaminated and non-hazardous materials. Most damaged building materials and yard waste are permitted, provided they fall within the debris restrictions of the service area. However, Storm Debris CANNOT be mixed into the same dumpster with Recyclable Yard Debris (tree limbs). IF YOU NEED TO RENT TWO DUMPSTERS, LET US KNOW!
Heavy materials such as brick, asphalt, broken concrete and concrete all NOT ALLOWED and require heavy debris dumpsters. TruDumpster does not offer heavy dumpsters as we cater to residential and smaller jobs.
Furniture such as tables, chairs and bookcases are almost always accepted. However, you should ask about upholstered furniture such as couches and recliners, as these items are not accepted in some locations. Be aware that throwing away some furniture items may result in a additional fee in some areas due to local disposal regulations.
Dishwashers, stoves, microwaves, washers, dryers are Allowed, BUT REFRIGERATORS and/or AIR CONDITIONING UNITS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
TVs, computers, printers and other personal electronics in small quantities are ALLOWED.
Yes, Shingles can go in a TruDumpster in all of our service areas. In fact, renting a dumpster is a great way to get rid of all kinds of roofing debris including underlayment, tiles, plywood and any other construction waste you may create during your project.
Stumps and yard debris is ALLOWED. It’s also important to note that there may be an additional fee charged if the load exceeds our 4 TON/8,000 LB MAXIMUM.
While you can junk most household trash and construction debris in a heavy duty roll off dumpster rental, a few restrictions apply. Usually, this is because some items must be handled separately from other debris for environmental or safety reasons. The list below shows items typically not allowed in a dumpster and explains why they’re prohibited. See below for a list of restricted items.
Refrigerators unfortunately cannot be put in a dumpster because the refrigerant they contain is toxic. You can usually dispose of refrigerators through your local sanitation department’s bulk debris pickup program. In some areas, you may be able to throw away your refrigerator using a dumpster if it has been properly drained by an HVAC professional.
However, if you are simply throwing out one refrigerator, it may be easier to call an appliance retailer to handle it. Some will provide free disposal with the purchase of a new appliance.
Hot water tanks are typically not allowed in a trudumpster rental as their void space can collect harmful gases inside landfills. If you need to dispose of a hot water heater or tank, contact your local waste management department or recycling facility.
You cannot throw tires in a dumpster as they can damage the landfill structures and equipment. Whole tires are capable of “floating” to the top of a landfill as methane gas builds up inside the tire’s inner wall. Most auto parts stores and municipal waste departments will accept old tires to recycle them into asphalt and other industrial applications. Check the Orlando tire disposal website to find a tire recycler in your area.
Paints and lacquers are not allowed because they can contain lead or mercury, especially if they were manufactured prior to the 1990s. Prohibited paints include paint thinners, lacquers and wood stains.
However, in most municipalities, you can dispose of dry latex paint as long as it’s wrapped in a plastic bag. Empty paint cans are also usually accepted.
Adhesives such as glue or epoxy are NOT ALLOWED in a dumpster as they can bind other materials to the interior of the container. Instead, throw these items out with your regular household trash or recycling.
Automobile batteries amongst lithium batteries are NOT ALLOWED in a dumpster because they can leak chemicals that are harmful to the environment. You can take old car batteries to a local recycler, such as an auto shop. Lithium batteries, like those found in laptops, can be recycled at most big-box electronics stores. General-purpose alkaline batteries, such as AA’s, AAA’s and D’s, are allowed in a dumpster.
Medical waste includes materials that have been used in medicine or have come into contact with bodily fluids. Used medical supplies, including needles and bandages, should be handled by haulers with a license for medical waste disposal.
Disposing of propane tanks, fuels, oils and other flammable materials in a dumpster is a serious safety hazard. These substances are highly combustible, and disposing of them improperly is illegal in most areas. You should contact a propane company, your local fire department or a hazardous material collection center for further disposal information.
Asbestos is a flame retardant found in older homes and various industrial products and is NOT ALLOWED. It is considered to be a carcinogen in most U.S. states, which has resulted in landfill bans. If you know your home contains asbestos, you should contact a licensed contractor to ensure for a safe removal and disposal.
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Roll Off Dumpster Rental Longwood, FL
Call KingTut Dumpster Rental today at 407-703-6770 or email us at Support@KingTutDumpsterRental.com to talk with a customer service representative about the scope of your project. We offer flexible scheduling and same day delivery on a junk removal and roll off dumpster in your area.
You can count on our trustworthy team to arrive on time and willing to assist. Our team members have the knowledge and experience to help you decide the best location for your dumpster, size, security and alot more. Contact the dumpster experts at KingTut Dumpster Rental in Longwood today.