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Renting one of our construction bins is a great way to streamline your construction project and ensure that all of the leftover material has a place to go. However, when we drop off one of our construction bins at your worksite, this doesn’t mean that anything and everything can go in the bin. Here are some things that you can put in our rental containers, and some things that should stay out of them.

What Can and Can’t Go into Our Construction Bins

What Can You Put in the Dumpster?

In general, any type of standard demolition or construction material is allowed in our constructions bins. Some of the materials that we allow include:

  • What Can and Can’t Go into Our Construction BinsRenovation debris
  • Old roofing shingles
  • Drywall and concrete
  • Brick and stone
  • Siding

We also allow other types of non-toxic debris, such as paper products, like cardboard, yard waste, old furniture, household junk, and recyclable materials.

What Can’t Go in the Dumpster?

In order to ensure that renting one of our construction bins is a beneficial experience, please refrain from putting motor oil and other car fluids, explosives, whole tires, asbestos materials, and flammable materials or liquids into our dumpsters. We also ask you to prevent batteries and appliances with Freon in them from being put into our rental containers.

If you want to know if you can dispose of a specific material that isn’t included under either of these categories, contact us at Guaranteed Services. We would be more than happy to go over which materials we allow in our construction bins and which ones we prohibit in further detail.