Front Load Temporary Container FAQ
What front load temporary container sizes do you have?
We have 4, 6, and 8 cubic yard containers for rent as part of our temporary commercial container rental options.
Should I get a roll off or a front load temporary container?
If you have any really large or heavy items, the roll off is certainly a better option for you. It has a swinging door on one end so you can simply carry large items into the container. The 8 cubic yard temporary container has a front side of 4’ so you need to lift objects over that 4’ side. For most major cleanups, a roll off is the simplest option, but if you have a lot of small yard or house waste that is simply too much to put in your cart, an 8 yard container may be the best option.
What can I put in a front load temporary container?
You can use your temporary container for household or yard clean up. The smaller size of the container restricts many bulky items like couches, bookcases, mattresses, etc. but is perfect for lots of smaller trash items.
The landfill does not accept household hazardous waste (like wet paints, chemicals, cleaners, etc.), appliances, or tires.
How can I order a front load temporary container?
Call or text our office (620) 662-6561 to place your order today.
When do I need to pay for my front load temporary container?
We require payment when you order your temporary commercial container, and that payment includes delivery, removal, disposal, and rent for seven days. If you need to keep your temporary commercial container longer than the included seven days, those extra charges will be billed to you unless you prefer to call in to pay those charges.
How long can I keep a front load temporary container rental?
The rent for seven days is included in the full price you pay when you order your front load container rental. However, if you need to keep the container longer than seven days, the daily rental rate is $6 + tax.
Where should I have the front load temporary container placed?
This depends on your project, but our drivers often place these in the driveway close to the house for easy access for you and our drivers.
Do I need to be there when you deliver my front load temporary container?
You do not need to be present at delivery if you give us clear placement instructions when you order the front load temporary container and if our driver can reach you by phone if he has questions. It is always best to be on-site at delivery.