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7 Ways To Use A Dumpster This Summer

During the many months of pandemic restrictions and remote work orders, millions of people have had more time to delve into homebound activities, whether it be baking bread, planting a garden, or undergoing extensive remodeling. In fact, according to Bank of America’s 2021 Homebuyers report, over 65% of millennials intend to begin a renovation project sometime this year!

Whether you’re remodeling your entire house, finally cleaning out your garage, or just trying to repair a leaking roof, renting a mini dumpster may be the best choice you ever make! Keep reading to find out 7 common activities that call for a dumpster.

7 Ways To Use A Dumpster This Summer

1. Remodeling

Remodeling creates a lot of waste, from unwanted furniture to broken pieces of plaster, brick, wood, and other disassembled building materials. Instead of letting dust-ridden, useless trash fill up your space until you lug it to the curb, why not work as you go with a rental dumpster? Throw whatever has to go into the dumpster, and we’ll handle the rest.

2. Moving

Whether you’re moving into a new house, out of an old one, or doing both at once, you’ll likely need a dumpster rental! You’ve got junk. Whether it’s yours or the previous owner of your new house, you likely want it gone, fast, and a dumpster is the quickest, easiest way of providing space for congregating everything you don’t need.

3. Garage Cleanout

Many of us use our garages as secondary storage, allowing them to fill up with old furniture, toys, tools, and other unneeded items. If you’re thinking about taking a deep-dive into your garage this summer, or maybe hosting a garage sale, consider renting a Moon dumpster first! With a dumpster, you can quickly sort through what really matters, bringing the peace of mind of a renewed and organized space.

4. Landscaping

You may not think it, but landscaping your yard produces a lot of waste! More particularly: topsoil, loose concrete, plant scraps, old bricks, dead tree limbs and brush, a rotting deck, etc. A mini dumpster is not only convenient, but under-the-radar, allowing a months-long or days-long project to be kept tidy. Nobody wants their trash to hinder their progress, right?

5. Community Projects

If you’re involved in your local neighborhood organization, you may take part in endeavors such as a community garden, a neighborhood block party, a park clean-up, or a multi-home yard sale. Split the costs of a dumpster with your community to make the process as smooth sailing as possible!

6. Home Repairs

From natural disasters to regular wear-and-tear, all houses need repairs in time. If you’re planning any repairs this month, consider renting a dumpster. Whether you’re dealing with a flooded basement, replacing the roof, or tearing down a broken fence, a dumpster is integral to streamlining the process.

7. Hosting An Event

Are you managing a big event, like a wedding? Maybe you own your own event venue? You may be surprised with the amount of trash produced by a large-scale celebration. Investing in a dumpster can be a surefire way to get a handle on all that waste, from plates, food, cups, garbage bags and other disposable materials.

Consider renting a Moon Mini Dumpster, no matter what size project you choose to undertake. Our driveway dumpsters come in 6, 9, 12, 16, 20, 30, and 40 cubic yard capacities. Affordable and lightweight, a dumpster will be delivered directly to you and placed on boards for surface protection. We are environmentally-friendly, locally-owned, and willing to work with any time frame. Give us a call at 502-443-1638 to learn more!

Eco-Friendly Remodeling

Remodeling your home can involve a lot of materials and waste. Fortunately, there are many ways you can ensure you are reducing the impact your remodel has on the environment. Here are some simple ways to do eco-friendly remodeling!

Green Materials: Paint, Roofing, Flooring, and More

The materials you use are one area where you can go a long way in reducing your impact. These days, since so many people are eco-conscious, it’s not difficult to find green solutions. Take paint, for example. Did you know that you can buy VOC-free paint? VOC (volatile organic compounds) are toxic and found in many traditional paints, and can leak into the environment. You can buy VOC-free paint to avoid this issue.

Paint isn’t the only material you use that probably has a green alternative. Everything from roofing and flooring to stains and caulks have green options on the market today. If you are willing to put in the work to find them, you can significantly improve how eco-friendly your remodel will be.

Water-Efficiency

If you’re re-doing a bathroom or kitchen, water is something else you should think about. Some faucets are more efficient than others. There are kinds of faucets that are low-flow, meaning they reduce the rate at which water flows. This is a helpful technique to lower how much water you use when doing everything from washing your hands, taking a shower, or doing the dishes. Consider low-flow faucets and showerheads to reduce how much water your household uses.

Energy-Efficiency for Eco-Friendly Remodeling

There are a couple of ways you can increase the energy efficiency of your home too. For starters, consider how you’re lighting the house. Any way you can utilize natural lighting through windows or glass doors will dramatically lower your electric usage. Additionally, if you do need light bulbs, go for LEDs as they are the most efficient type.

In the kitchen, you’ll want to think about the efficiency of your appliances. Your refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster, and dishwasher can all benefit from an efficiency analysis. Plus, your stove itself might need a second look. Today, there are many electric stoves that are extremely efficient, and better for the environment than gas stoves.
Look for Used Furniture

If you are looking to replace or add in some furniture, consider buying used or refurbished to cut down on your impact. There are a number of refurbished furniture stores and non-profits that can offer a great selection. You can even peruse a local yard sale and stumble across a hidden gem that you could reuse for your home. Avoiding a new piece of furniture will let you lower your carbon footprint even more.

Moon Dumpsters makes sure that waste disposal is as environmentally-friendly as possible, with efficient trucks and green disposal practices. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals and get the dumpsters you need, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

Dumpster Rentals with Moon Dumpsters

Renting a dumpster is a great way to handle personal, commercial, and other types of projects. There are a lot of sizes and types of dumpsters that you can select from in the process. Here’s an overview of the dumpster rentals we offer and recommend for different projects.

Residential Dumpster Rentals

Moon Dumpsters offers a variety of dumpsters for rent that can take care of any size residential job. Our residential dumpsters are ideal for kitchen and bathroom demolitions, remodeling projects, and more. These dumpsters start as small as 6 cubic yards and go all the way up to 20 cubic yards.

A 6 yard dumpster is a great option for smaller remodeling projects like a small kitchen demolition, a basement overhaul, or redoing a garage. Many of our customers also choose this size for a lawn or yard cleanup. It offers enough space for those smaller projects at a great price.

A 9 yard dumpster offers a bit more space then the 6 yarder. As such, it’s a perfect fit for a normal sized kitchen remodeling job, or even a small kitchen plus bathroom remodel. It is also great for a deck demolition up to dimensions of 10’x18’. This dumpster will serve more medium-sized basement or garage renovations well too.

12 and 16 yard dumpsters offer extra space that you may need for some of those larger remodeling or demolition projects around the house. A large kitchen, basement, or garage that you are working on would benefit from this size. Our customers who are working on multiple smaller or average-sized projects tend to select this size too, given the extra space it provides. In particular, the 16 yard dumpster is a good option for multi-project needs given the large amount of debris and items it can hold.

Our 20 yard dumpster is the largest residential dumpster we offer. It has the capacity to handle all of the projects our smaller dumpsters can, at a larger scale. It’s also a good fit for a significant home addition project, a large fencing job, or a multi-deck demolition. This is the dumpster to rent if you know you’ll have a lot of material to content with.

30 and 40 Yard Dumpsters

Moon’s 30 and 40 yard dumpsters are an excellent choice for commercial jobs that need space for waste at a large scale. Our customers typically include contractors, construction sites, large building demolitions, and even commercial recycling jobs. The massive space these dumpsters offer make them very useful for large scale professional jobs.

Pricing and Quotes

We offer details about our dumpster rentals on our website including pricing, sizes, and FAQs. We have a customized quote form you can fill out, after which you will receive pricing and more information about our rentals.

If you order soon, you can take advantage of our current Spring Special! We are offering $10 off all dumpster rentals in both the Louisville and Lexington areas. Book now to lock in this great deal while you can! We work with our customers to make the process simple and straightforward. We can even help you with the dumpster permitting process– read our previous blog post here to learn more.

Moon Dumpsters makes sure that waste disposal is as environmentally-friendly as possible, with efficient trucks and green disposal practices. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals and get the dumpsters you need, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

Do You Need a Dumpster Permit?

Dumpsters provide an excellent way for you to clear waste as you tackle a project. Depending on how and where you’re using one, you may need a dumpster permit. It can be a bit confusing, so today on the blog we’ll walk you through dumpster permits!

General Rules

In most cases, you will only need a dumpster permit if you will be placing the dumpster on public property. This includes public streets and sidewalks. This may be the case for you if there’s limited room in your situation. If, however, you have the space to put a dumpster on your driveway or any other private property, you won’t have to worry! There’s no need to get a permit in that case.

Dumpster Permit Process

If you do need to place a dumpster on public property, there are a few things you need to consider. In many cases, you can put a dumpster on a public road or sidewalk- you’ll just need a permit to do so. However, there may be places where you can’t so you should always check with your locality first. This includes specific neighborhoods- if you have a neighborhood association, they may have rules about if/how dumpsters are permitted on streets.

If there is a permit process, here’s how it normally works. Many localities have ‘right-of-way’ permits that give you the ability to place a dumpster on a public street. You must apply for and receive this permit before you can place your dumpster.

You need to know a few things to fill out this permit most of the time. First, how long will you need your dumpster on public space? You will have to give a specific date range on the paperwork. Second, where exactly will the dumpster be? You will also need to give the exact address and location of the dumpster. Third, who are you renting your dumpster from? You’ll be asked to provide contact information for the rental company on the permit.

Other Things to Know

Here are some other insider tips. Always contact both your local public works department and any relevant neighborhood association. This is the way you will be able to learn about any specific rules and processes (for our Louisville readers, check out Metro Public Works’ web page). Additionally, permit processes can take time, so you should try to submit your permit application at least a week in advance of when you need to use your dumpster. One last thing- you can work with your dumpster rental company to help things go smoothly! At Moon Dumpsters, we can help make sure you time your dumpster delivery perfectly so you have the proper permit when you need it. We also ensure deliveries and pickups go off without a hitch.

Moon Dumpsters makes sure that waste disposal is as environmentally-friendly as possible, with efficient trucks and green disposal practices. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals and get the dumpsters you need, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

What is Dumpster Diving?

Dumpster diving involves salvaging goods from dumpsters, often those from businesses. The legality of dumpster diving and people’s opinions on it are complex. Let’s examine some of the key points about dumpster diving.

Legality of Dumpster Diving

The legality of dumpster diving varies country to country. Dumpster diving is actually legal at the federal level in the United States. It is also legal at the state level in all 50 states. It’s the county and city/town levels in which it can be illegal in some or all scenarios. Additionally, where dumpsters are located can affect the legality of dumpster diving. If a dumpster is on private property or if it’s locked, you would likely be breaking laws to dumpster dive. For example, walking onto someone’s private property to dumpster dive without permission would be illegal.

Perspectives from Business Owners

Businesses often have dumpsters that people may want to salvage in. However, every business owner has a unique perspective on this activity. Some may support recycling or reusing discarded products, while others may discourage it. Some may also worry about liability if someone were to get hurt while diving on their property. Others are more concerned about the mess people can leave from dumpster diving. On the other hand, there are some businesses where owners are willing to discuss the option and give permission.

Perspectives from Dumpster Divers

People who dumpster dive may do so for various reasons and have different outlooks on the practice. For some people, it is simply a means of survival if they do not have access to food or other necessary goods. For others, dumpster diving can be informed by a belief in recycling and reusing consumer goods to reduce environmental impacts.

Many people may donate items or food they find to people in need. Some people dumpster even dive to turn a profit, selling items they find. In addition, some people just enjoy it as a hobby.

Benefits and Downsides

Dumpster diving can be positive in many cases. Reducing waste and reusing items is certainly positive for the environment. It can also lead to a redistribution of goods and food to people who need them. If done legally and with permission, issues with business owners or the legal system are avoidable as well.

However, there are also a few potential downsides. From a diver’s perspective, it can be downright dangerous. Broken glass, needles, and other dangers can lurk in dumpsters. They can cause cuts, punctures, and other injuries that may be prone to infection or disease. There can even be biohazardous material present. Plus, some businesses may go out of their way to destroy food by adding bleach, glass, or chemicals to it before disposal. If ingested, this can be deadly. Expired food can be an issue sometimes too. Additionally, if divers are not courteous or law-abiding, they can cause trouble for business owners and communities.

Moon Dumpsters makes sure that waste disposal is as environmentally-friendly as possible, with efficient trucks and green disposal practices. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals and get the dumpsters you need, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

Waste Disposal: Where Does Waste Go?

When you throw your garbage or yard waste into a dumpster, it can be easy to never think about it again. All of that has to go somewhere, though. But where? There are a few main places your waste is most likely to go, depending on what it is and the waste disposal practices and regulations where you live. Let’s take a look at the main places that waste goes.

Landfills: The Main Form of Waste Disposal in the United States

Landfills are simply disposal sites for waste. Landfill workers carefully contain and monitor waste and waste byproducts in landfills to avoid contaminating groundwater, soil, and the air. Eventually, when landfills are completely full, they shut down. You can think of them as a way to isolate waste from the surrounding environment. In the United States, landfills are where most waste goes.

Recycling Centers

Recycling centers help repurpose items like plastics, glass, paper products, and metals. These centers sort through recyclable items and then compact them into ‘bales’ that can be sent to mills where they are processed into new materials. What is recyclable for you depends on the infrastructure and policies in your area, so always check your local and state practices.

Recycling, while still much less common than landfilling, has become more widely adopted in the past several decades. In 2015, for instance, 67.77 million tons of waste were recycled in the United States, with to 137.7 million tons of waste going to landfills. Compare this to 25 years prior- in 1990, only 29.04 million tons were recycled, with 145.27 million tons being landfilled. Recycling is a preferable alternative to landfilling today, since it means reusing materials as opposed to trying to contain them in a landfill.

Composting

Composting is another of the main ways to deal with waste. Compost facilities use controlled aerobic decomposition to help turn organic waste into a nutrient-rich soil conditioner. Many food scraps and bits of yard waste are compostable. The end product of composting can help grow plants and food. Many people create their own compost, and some communities have composting centers or facilities where community members can drop off organic matter waste. Composting has the benefits of lowering carbon footprints, enriching soil, and reducing the need for chemical fertilizers.

Waste Combustion: A Declining Method of Waste Disposal

Combustion is another approach for disposing of waste. Municipal solid waste incinerator facilities burn waste at an extremely high temperature. They then use steam produced from incineration to create energy. However, this process has significant negative impacts on the environment and local communities. They increase pollution in their communities, most of which are lower-income communities of color in the United States. Support for this form of disposal in the US seems to be diminishing, particularly because the remaining facilities in the United States are aging and have old, inefficient technology. But in other parts of the world like Europe, combustion waste management is quickly becoming more accepted. These facilities also have better technology that is potentially safer for the environment and communities.

Moon Dumpsters  makes sure that waste disposal is as environmentally-friendly as possible, with efficient trucks and green disposal practices. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals and get the dumpsters you need, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

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The Origin of the Dumpster

The dumpster is a common utility container all around the world. Dumpsters are so commonplace in everyday life that you may have never stopped to think about where they came from. Prior to their invention, waste disposal was a significant hindrance to public health in areas of high population. The dumpster helped solve sanitation issues that many cities faced in the early 20th century by making waste disposal more efficient and less labor-intensive. 

Here’s a look at the origin of the dumpster. 

George Dempster

The story of the dumpster starts with George Dempster in the 1930’s. Dempster owned a construction business with his brothers in Knoxville, Tennessee. His experience with the logistics of transporting waste in the construction business sparked the idea for the dumpster, which he eventually created and patented in 1935.  

Dempster’s design initially involved a pulley system that was mounted to a motorized truck. Containers were raised by pins welded to their sides, and then transported and emptied through a hinged door. Dempster first used this system for his construction business to handle waste. However, as sanitation issues became more and more significant in cities, the Dempster dumpster became a widespread solution. 

The Dumpster as a Sanitation Solution

Prior to the dumpster, waste collection and removal was extremely inefficient. Garbage and debris (particularly in cities) regularly piled up along streets and on sidewalks. Cities required a lot of labor to mitigate this public health hazard. While waste could be hauled away by carriage, and later by the Model T Ford, this still involved a lot of manual labor. Workers had to load and unload garbage by hand. 

The Dempster dumpster allowed sanitary, enclosed storage for waste near places of business and residence, and made it easy to remove waste and return the container quickly. Crucially, the technology reduced the amount of hands-on labor required for sanitation. A single person could now pick up and handle waste collection with a dumpster. In 1937, Nashville, Tennessee became the first city to purchase the dumpster, becoming an early adopter of a technology that is now everywhere. 

Later models of the dumpster evolved for greater efficiency. Dempster improved the initial model by adding hydraulic lifting with chains and pivot arms, outstripping the lifting power of the old model’s cables and pulleys. Post-World War II, Dempster went on to design a single-axle end-dumping container with ten cubic yards of volume. This design, called the Dempster Kolector, allowed trucks to haul the containers behind them for quick collection, emptying, and delivery.  

Dempster created technology related to dumpsters as well. In the 1950’s, Dempster’s company created the Dempster-Dumpmaster, an early model for what we now know as the garbage truck. The front-loading design allowed truck drivers to empty multiple dumpsters in one trip without ever leaving their seats. 

Modern Dumpster Technology

It’s safe to say that Dempster’s inventions have played a huge role in shaping waste collection and sanitation as we know them today. Dumpster designs have changed over the years and there are numerous options on the market. 

Companies like Moon Dumpsters now offer dumpsters ranging from 6 to 40 cubic yards, and roll-off dumpsters and other designs are now common. Moon also makes sure that waste disposal is as environmentally-friendly as possible, with efficient trucks and green disposal practices. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals and get the dumpsters you need, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

10 Things You Might Not Think About While Spring Cleaning

So it’s finally time to tackle that dreaded Spring cleaning. Winter weather has left your home with a tangle of shoes, dusty baseboards, and smudged windows. But where to begin? Here are 10 things you might not think about when doing Spring cleaning.

1. Planning

The best way to make sure you accomplish what you want during your Spring cleaning is to set clear goals and an action plan to accomplish them. What do you want your home to look like when you are done? How do you want to feel when you’ve finished everything? Do you want to do an all-day clean, or break it up over a weekend or even a full month ? These sorts of questions are important to ask before starting on your cleaning. You can even write them down as a reminder of why you are doing a clean and what your big goals are.

2. Making A Task List

From there, you should figure out the exact tasks necessary to meet your goals. You may need to sweep and vacuum multiple floors, clean windows, dust baseboards, and more. Making a task list is a great way to get a sense of the scope of your project.

3. Gathering Supplies

Next up is figuring out if you are prepared for all of the tasks. Make sure you have the cleaning supplies you need- nothing stops a project short like running out of something essential. It can be helpful to get all of your supplies assembled and lined up for ease of access before beginning your clean.

4. Establishing Expectations

Lastly, before you begin, it’s important to figure out how you want the cleaning to go. You might give yourself a short break after every hour of cleaning, or you might just want to get up early and power through until lunch time. Either way, establishing your expectations and setting up your context to support them is crucial. This includes prepping food, drinks, music, and anything else that will help you stay energized as you complete your epic cleaning.

5. Decluttering

You should start your clean with a declutter. Whether this is removing things from tabletops or clearing floorspace, your efforts will be much more efficient if you make space before beginning. You may even use it as an opportunity to reorganize.

6. Cleaning Top To Bottom

Any time you are cleaning a room, it’s important to think about the levels of the room and the order you should clean them. You should clean cobwebs from a ceiling fan before vacuuming the floor. Don’t forget the walls or baseboards either. These are all too easy to overlook on normal cleanings, and may have accumulated a lot of dust and grime.

7. Checking Filters And Alarms

Don’t forget to check the less obvious things. Spring cleaning is a great opportunity to check and replace any filters you may have in an HVAC system. It’s also the perfect time to test fire and carbon monoxide alarms, and replace batteries if needed. By doing these things every Spring, you’ll rest easier all year knowing your air and detectors are optimal.

8. Cleaning Appliances

Appliances need cleaning and care too. Your coffee maker, refrigerator, freezer, oven, microwave, and tea kettle may not get regular cleaning throughout the year. You can tackle all of these forgotten items during your Spring clean.

9. Rethinking Layouts

Spring cleaning is an opportunity to re-think your home’s layout. You don’t have to return everything to it’s previous place while you are cleaning- maybe it’s time to finally slide the couch over or try out a new kitchen arrangement. You may find your new favorite design idea!

10. Cleaning Outdoor Areas

Outdoor spaces require cleaning as well. Your porch, lawn furniture, and even front door should get a once-over during your Spring clean. Even a quick scrub or sweep can do wonders if you haven’t been keeping up with your outdoor areas.

A great Spring cleaning can produce a lot of trash. Moon Dumpsters has dumpsters of all sizes that can fit your project’s needs. To learn more about Moon’s full-service dumpster rentals, visit our website or call us at 502-414-8028 today!

7 Helpful Tips for Cleaning Up Yard Waste and Debris

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Yard waste and debris can ruin the exterior appearance of your home. It can build up over time and can be challenging to clean up after a while. Regular yard cleaning is an excellent way to maintain your home’s outdoor areas. And if you get organized, you don’t need to sacrifice the entire weekend on this task. Follow along for some helpful cleaning tips that may help you complete this chore efficiently and effectively:

  1. Remove Large Debris First – Remove debris like plastic pans, boxes, paper, bags, toys, etc., first. You can collect all of these items in a bin for more straightforward disposal. Be on the lookout for dangerous objects like sharp tools, nails, pieces of glass, etc. It is especially important to do this after winter because snow cover can hide dangerous debris easily. Remove all tree branches, pinecones, large debris, and big pieces of wood as well. Addressing large waste first ensures you don’t miss smaller items later.
  2. Clean Up Pet Litter – Pet litter is a common sight in backyards, especially after the winter snow melts away. It is a good idea to remove all pet waste and discard of it safely. Don’t use it in compost or add it to the soil. There are safer and more effective ways to restore soil nutrition. Most pet owners have tools to scoop up litter and easily transport it to a garbage bin. They’re easily available at local pet stores or online as well.
  3. Use Biological Matter for Compost – Use small twigs, fallen leaves, flowers, and fruits for composting. You can also include waste from your kitchen in a compost pile. Use a small rake to remove everything from fallen foliage to dead grass before adding them to your compost pile. People who don’t have a compost but are interested in making one can know how to make one can find detailed information online about composting. This process is very beneficial, especially for people who like to maintain smart herb gardens or planters.
  4. Pack Away All Garden Tools – Remove all landscaping and gardening tools from your yard and lock them away safely. Many homeowners forget to store their gardening tools properly after tending to their plants, which can lead to injuries. You need to be especially careful if you have children or pets.
  5. Recycle Everything You Can – Recycle debris wherever possible. Everything from stray plastic bags to leaves and twigs is recyclable. A good recycling center will collect all of these materials and dispose of them according to mandated guidelines. Don’t throw these items in your regular trash bin as many trash collection companies don’t have sound recycling systems in place. Some companies won’t even pick up trash with landscape or backyard debris.
  6. Turn Twigs, Leaves, and Plants into Mulch – You can turn twigs, branches, and dead plants into mulch. A wood shredder can turn this debris into mulch for landscaping and gardening. Mulch adds a layer of protection around a plant’s roots, helps the soil retain moisture, and protects the delicate roots from the weather conditions, which contributes towards overall tree health. Wood chip mulch is good for planters, herb gardens, trees, and bushes but isn’t suitable for grass. Make sure you use the right kind of mulch during landscaping.
  7. Use a Professional Dumpster Service to Make Yard Clean Up Easier – If you have a large yard or a yard with a lot of debris, you might benefit from renting a dumpster to make your clean up experience easier.  Moon Dumpsters, for example, offers units for rent in many different dumpsters sizes ranging from 6 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards. Delivered straight to your door, and picked up and disposed of whenever you are ready, a dumpster rental can take a lot of the hassle out of yard cleaning.

All of these tips detailed above will help you maintain your yard easily, without wasting too much time on the process. Landscaping experts recommend a thorough cleaning during early spring as it can help grass and plants grow without problems.

Best Dumpster Rentals St. Matthews Louisville Kentucky

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Moon Dumpsters proudly serves customers across St. Matthews Louisville with dumpster rentals ranging in size from 6 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards.

The Saint Matthews area of Jefferson County Kentucky includes a population of over 18,000 people. Incorporated in 1950, St. Matthews has its own Mayor and community events. Some of the most popular events include the Light Up St. Matthews in December and a Community Street Festival in May.

Saint Matthews includes one of the largest shopping malls in the region, the Mall St. Matthews, along with Baptist Health Hospital and numerous community parks including Brown Park and the St. Matthews Community Park.

Moon Dumpsters has been proudly serving the St. Matthews community for many years. As a locally owned dumpster rental service, we deliver our dumpsters to locations across St. Matthews Louisville. We offer 7 different dumpster sizes to our St. Matthews customers including are smallest 6 cubic yard dumpster up to our largest 40 cubic yard dumpster.

Our 6 cubic yard dumpster is ideal for small jobs. These span the gamut to include small cleanouts of garages and/or basements, bathroom remodels, deck demolition projects, cleaning up yard waste and fencing material, small kitchen renovation jobs, and roofing material clean up (up to 15 square).

For customers who need a bit more space, we offer a 9 cubic yard dumpster that is ideal for typical kitchen renovation projects, larger garage or basement clean ups, small kitchen + bath tear outs, larger deck demolition projects, yard clean up with fencing material, roofing material (up to 20 square).

Our 12 cubic yard dumpster offers even more room for customers who are undergoing a bigger home remodeling project requiring more tear out. Often customers with large deck tear outs choose our 16 cubic yard dumpster that can handle 10′ x 30′ disassembled. Remodelers engaged in bigger home addition projects typically choose a 20 cubic yard dumpster rental with dimensions: 14.5 ft. long x 8 ft. wide x 5.4 ft. deep.

Moon Dumpster Rentals also includes commercial size dumpsters for St. Matthews, Louisville-area clients. Depending on your needs, our 30 cubic yard and 40 cubic yard dumpsters are ideal for construction job sites, manufacturing facilities, demolition projects and commercial recycling.

Benefits of Hiring Moon for Dumpster Rentals in St Matthews Kentucky

As a locally-owned company, we take great pride in providing you with the best service in the business. When you rent a dumpster with us, you are renting directly from the business owners. We are committed to providing you with high quality, clean dumpsters that are well-maintained and delivered on schedule as promised.

We work hard to provide you with the type of service we would also want and expect. This means we go to great measures to makes sure our dumpsters do not do any damage to your driveway or yard. We use small, light and driveway friendly trucks (unlike typical heavy dumpster trucks) in order to make this possible.

Another benefit of choosing a locally-owned dumpster rental company to service your needs is the cost savings you’ll receive. Since you are renting directly from us, you are able to avoid added charges that you’ll frequently see from dumpster rental companies that actually use brokers or middlemen to manage the arrangement.

Learn more about renting a dumpster in St. Matthews from Moon Dumpster Rentals by calling us today at 502-443-1638. You can also reserve your Moon dumpster rental online. We’re happy to give you a fast and free quote or to set up your dumpster rental delivery.