Florida Removall LLC

P.O. Box 4558
Ocala, FL 34478
T: 352-484-7106
FloridaRemovAll@gmail.com

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I determine what size dumpster I need?

Call and discuss your options with us. Describe what types of items you will be placing in the dumpster and we will help you determine what size you need. Check out our Products page for more information on which dumpster will best suit your needs.

When do I need to reserve a dumpster for rental?

Call us a day before and we will be able to deliver a roll-off dumpster the next business day. Depending on our schedule, we may even provide you with same day service.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept credit cards, debit cards, ACH, and COD.

How does the delivery process work?

On the day of the delivery, our driver will arrive within your scheduled time frame. If your appointment window is 2-4PM, that could be between 1:45PM and 3:40PM. After the driver arrives with the dumpster, they will place the dumpster in your specified location. The driver may also recommend a different location if the preferred location is not safe/suitable. You are not required to be present at delivery.

May I place my dumpster in the street?

Some municipalities require a permit to have a dumpster in the street. Check with your local government to see if permit is required. Customers are responsible for required permits.

How much can I put In the dumpster?

Each dumpster has a specified weight allowance based on the type of material (see below). Contents should be kept below the top of the container at the “Max Fill Line”. Unless renting a heavy duty material 10 yd dumpster, no bulk quantities of concrete, block, dirt, gravel, asphalt, tree stumps or other heavy materials should be placed into 20 and 30 yd dumpsters. Household Materials and Mixed loads have weight allowance included in the price of the dumpster rental.

What type of materials can I put in the dumpster?

There are five (5) types of materials that may be placed in your dumpster:

– Construction and Demolition (C & D) – materials produced in the process of construction, renovation and/or demolition of structures, where structures include buildings (residential, commercial, and institutional). This typically includes wood (non-pressure treated), gypsum wallboard, paper, glass, rubble, shingles, steel, pipe, bricks, and cardboard (max weight of materials 16,000 lbs). Carpet and stumps are not permitted.

– Household – Solid waste comprising of garbage and rubbish such as bottles, cans, clothing, compost, disposables, food packaging, food scraps, newspapers and magazines, furniture, toys, curtains, carpeting, mattresses/box springs, old documents, cardboard, and similar non-organic trash that originates from private homes or apartments. Household debris is subject to tonnage limit and may not be mixed with any other materials. A Tonnage Allowance applies to this type of waste: 2-ton household waste allowance for 10yd dumpster, 3-ton household waste allowance for 20yd dumpster, or 4-ton household waste allowance for 30yd dumpster. Any additional waste that is over these allowances will be billed per ton.

– Yard Debris – leaves, grass clippings, tree trimmings, and other plant materials that are typically generated in outdoor residential settings. Lumber or any other type of wood product is NOT considered Yard Debris. (max weight of materials 16,000 lbs)

– Heavy Materials – Bulk amounts concrete, asphalt, gravel, rock, dirt, brick, block, tree stumps. Only available in 10yd dumpster. (max weight of materials 16,000 lbs)

– Mixed load – Combination of Household materials mixed with any the above. Mixed loads will be subject to the tonnage limits of Household materials. (2, 3, or 4 ton limit based on dumpster size)

What do I do when the dumpster is full?

When your dumpster is full, call or text us to schedule a pickup of the container. If you know how long you will need the dumpster, you may arrange a specific pickup day in advance.

How does the pickup process work?

Once the rental period is up, we will pick up the dumpster on the customer selected pickup day. You are not required to be there for the pickup as long as the dumpster is filled properly and there is sufficient access.

What if I exceed the weight allowance for Household Materials/Mixed Loads?

Household Materials and Mixed Load dumpsters have weight allowances:

2-ton household waste allowance for 10yd dumpster

3-ton household waste allowance for 20yd dumpster

4-ton household waste allowance for 30yd dumpster

Any additional weight overage will be billed per ton.

Are there any materials that you do not accept?

Items that are prohibited are tires, TVs, batteries, chemicals, liquids (paints, paint thinners, etc), appliances, gas or propane tanks, any engines or parts with oil or gas still in them and any other hazardous materials. Any of these materials found will result in additional charges (see below).

What if someone other than me places extra or unaccepted materials in the dumpster?

During the rental period you are responsible for what goes in the dumpster along with any overage/unaccepted material fees that go with it. One way to keep others from dumping their unwanted debris is to place a tarp over the dumpster when not in use. This can deter people from dumping illegally. Another way to keep out unwanted debris is to select a secure location to have the dumpster placed upon delivery.

Can the dumpster damage my property?

Yes. Our dumpsters weigh over 1 ton and when loaded can weigh as much as 10 tons. Placing plywood over the area that you would like your dumpster to sit will reduce the chance of damage to your property. Lawns may appear dry but often with rain, the containers or trucks can sink into the ground. Florida RemovAll is not responsible to damage to any of your property including damage to driveway, lawn/landscape, hardscapes, underground utilities or septic systems. We have the right to deny placement in areas they deem unsafe. Call us if you have concerns on where to place your dumpster.

Unaccepted Materials Disposal fees

Tires – Small – $15 each / Large – $35 each

Paint Containers (with paint) – $25 each

Car Batteries – $25 each

Compressed Gas Tanks – $50 each

Oil Containers – $50 each

A/C Unit – $50 each

Refrigerator (large) – $100 each

Refrigerator (small) – $50 each

Any Other Large Appliance – $100 each

Railroad Ties – $50 each

Household Materials in C&D/Yard Debris – $25-$100