When a storm rolls in, the chaos it leaves behind can be hard to manage. And when you’re in the midst of a disaster situation, tending to practical matters like debris removal may feel overwhelming. We're here to help make your storm debris cleanup as stress-free as possible.
With Budget Dumpster, you get a low-cost dumpster rental and helpful support for your unexpected cleanup, whether you're dealing with the latest hurricane or a tornado cleanup. We work with you to provide a flexible and seamless solution to your debris dilemma, helping you recover faster.
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1. Choose a size. Pick the right size roll off dumpster for your cleanup.
2. Schedule delivery. Call our experts or order your dumpster rental online.
3. Fill your dumpster. Once your dumpster arrives, clean up as you work.
4. Schedule your pickup. Request a pickup online, and we’ll haul your debris away.
We work hard to take the hassle out of an already difficult situation. When you rent a dumpster with us, our knowledgeable team walks you through the process to simplify your storm debris pickup. With us, you'll get:
You have a few options to get rid of debris after a storm, and it can be difficult to decide which is best, especially in the middle of a crisis. Renting a dumpster is typically the simplest, but let's look at all your options to determine which solution is right for your cleanup.
If you need to get rid of tree branches and sticks — and you live in a rural location — burning your debris is an option. But if the storm left you with household debris, like shingles and siding, burning this waste usually isn’t allowed and poses risks to your health and the environment.
When working with a junk removal or tree service, they’ll typically pick up storm debris for you and haul it away. But you’ll have to work on their timeline and pay more for their service.
For small amounts of waste, a dumpster bag is a great option. However, storms usually leave behind large amounts of debris. You’ll likely need several bags for your storm debris cleanup. And you’ll have to pay a separate pickup fee for each bag, which adds up fast.
You can usually leave your storm debris at the curb for weekly trash removal. But it’s important to know that depending on where you live, certain materials won’t be accepted by your municipality. Tree stumps, construction debris and other items may need a different solution. And because only limited amounts of waste are accepted at each pickup, this option could take weeks or months to clear away all your debris.
When you use a dumpster rental, you can toss a variety of trash, including construction materials, household debris, tree stumps and more. And our flexible rental periods mean we work with your timeline, so you have a dumpster on-site for as long as you need it.
You can get rid of trash from a variety of storms using a roll off dumpster, from hurricane cleanup to flood debris removal. But where does the debris go? After filling your dumpster rental, storm debris will typically go to a municipal solid waste landfill or a construction and demolition landfill. Sometimes, tree branches and stumps will be ground down into mulch. Here, we’ve put together a list of common storm debris that can go in a dumpster during hurricane, flood and tornado cleanups.
It’s important to note some materials can never go in a roll off dumpster. Prohibited items include: