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  • How much will the roll-off containers hold?
    A 20-yard roll-off container can hold up to twenty cubic yards of material. This is approximately the same as filling up the beds of six pick-up trucks with debris (approx size: 8 ft. x 16 ft. x 6 ft.) A 15-yard roll-off container can hold up to fifteen cubic yards of material. This container size can hold about 80-100 contractor-sized, 33-gallon trash bags (approx size: 7.5 ft. x 16 ft. x 4 ft.)
  • Do I need to schedule a removal for my dumpster?
    Simply call us at 682-977-3264 when the dumpster is ready for pick-up and we’ll be there by the end of the next business day.
  • How can I make a payment?
    Credit cards and debit cards are acceptable payment methods.
  • Do you need a permit for a dumpster in a HOA neighborhood?
    Roll off containers are allowed in most residential areas without HOA's. If your property is located inside a HOA neighborhood, the owner must obtain a permit in most cases. Sometimes the HOA's have long-term contracts with there own waste management company. In most cases like this, you will have to use the HOA contracted dumpster rental service provider.
  • What items are prohibited from disposal in a dumpster?
    The following is a breakdown of categories outlining materials prohibited from being disposed of in waste containers and roll-off dumpsters: Tires: more than 250 million scrap tires are generated annually in the U.S. All tires need to go through a special recycling process instead of being thrown in a landfill. Paints, Chemicals, and Compounds: including paints, lacquers, and adhesives and even their cans sometimes contain harmful elements. Mercury and lead are the most common culprits. Pesticides and Fertilizer: both compounds are considered unsafe for most landfills as residues can cause serious environmental harm. Fuel and Oil: including oils that are used in vehicles and industrial equipment are generally considered to be hazardous. Various Appliances: including refrigerators, freezers, and AC units (or any device that contains freon). Asbestos: this is a highly dangerous mineral fiber once used to make construction materials more flame-resistant. Applications included ceilings, roofing, flooring, insulation, and more primarily in structures built before the late 1970s. Batteries: including alkaline batteries and vehicle batteries. The chemicals, metals, and corrosive materials in batteries can pose a serious threat. This is particularly true for car batteries, which have a lead-acid composition. Other: including concrete, soil (in some cases), propane tanks, and fluorescent light bulbs Fuels: petroleum and gasoline are highly flammable and for that reason alone, are banned at landfills. Unusable fuels should be disposed of at a local hazardous waste center. Food and Medications: including vitamins and dietary supplements.
  • How long can I keep my roll-off dumpster for?
    We would be happy to discuss this with you at the time of your rental.
  • Hazardous household waste disposal near me? Where can I bring my harmful household non-disposable materials to?
    Hazardous household waste disposal near me. To dispose of hazardous materials, three simple alternatives: 1. Use it up 2. Give it away 3. Call your city to schedule delivery or pick up Most cities in the DFW metroplex have environmental collection centers, including Fort Worth. If you live in Parker, Johnson, Wise, or Erath counties and need hazardous material collection, each city has its own disposal protocol. Go to the city website and follow the instructions. Typically, there is an online form to be completed to disclose the types and quantities of materials to be picked up (or dropped off). For larger North Texas cities, there are offices Dallas County (Dallas hub), Denton County, and Collin County. Please call (or visit the city website) your city waste department for disposal drop off (or pick up) locations and times. These locations allow you to dispose of select (websites will commonly provide specifics on eligible items) adhesives, paints, lacquers, florescent light bulbs, pesticides and other common household hazardous materials.
  • Do I need to be present when my dumpster arrives?
    No, as long as we have clear directions as to where you want us to place it.
  • What is a roll-off dumpster?
    A roll off dumpster is an large container delivered to the jobsite which can accommodate large-scale trash and/or debris. Roll-off dumpsters are an efficient way to handle large amounts of demolition and trash from commercial, industrial, and residential projects.
  • How do I reserve my dumpster?
    To reserve your dumpster, full payment is required at the time of booking. This reserves your roll-off for the day requested. We keep a credit card on file for property damage, additional days, overages, or any other miscellaneous occurrences. All records and statements will be made available at the customer’s request.
  • What is the size of a 20-yard dumpster?
    A 20-yard roll-off container can hold up to twenty cubic yards of material. This is approximately the same as filling up the six pick-up truck beds with debris. (approx. size: 16 ft. x 8 ft. x 6 ft.) The residential 20-yard roll-off dumpster is mainly the workhorse of many fleets. The disposal applications include renovations, new builds, yard cleanouts, residential and commercial cleanouts, fire and water damage restoration, and etc.
  • What is the maximum fill level on a roll-off dumpster?
    The dumpster can be filled to the top of the wall that is flush with the height of the container. Overfilling is a DOT transportation violation and a safety hazard. We are unable to transport overfilled roll-off dumpsters. Common issues with overloaded dumpsters can cause a number of problems for both residential and commercial properties. When a dumpster is overloaded, it can lead to safety hazards, damage to property, and delays in waste removal. Here are some of the common issues that arise when dumpsters are overloaded: 1. Safety hazards: Overloading a dumpster can make it unstable and prone to tipping over. This can pose serious safety risks to anyone nearby, including workers and pedestrians. Additionally, an overloaded dumpster may have items sticking out, which can cause injuries if someone comes into contact with them. 2. Damage to property: Overloaded dumpsters can cause damage to the surrounding area, such as driveways, sidewalks, and landscaping. The weight of the excess waste can also cause the bottom of the dumpster to sag or break, leading to leaks and spills that can further damage property. 3. Difficulties in waste removal: When a dumpster is overloaded, it becomes challenging to remove the waste efficiently. The dumpster may need to be emptied partially before it can be safely lifted and transported, causing delays in waste removal and potentially increasing costs. 4. Violation of regulations: Many cities and municipalities have regulations in place regarding the maximum weight and size of dumpsters. Overloading a dumpster can result in fines and penalties for violating these regulations. To avoid these issues, it's essential to properly estimate the amount of waste you will generate and choose the appropriate size dumpster for your needs. Additionally, make sure to distribute the waste evenly within the dumpster and avoid placing heavy items on top of lighter ones. If you find that you have more waste than anticipated, consider renting an additional dumpster or arranging for more frequent waste pickups. By taking these precautions, you can prevent the common issues associated with overloaded dumpsters and ensure a smooth waste removal process.
  • What parts of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex does Wildcat Dumpster Rentals serve?
    Wildcat provides roll off dumpster rental service to the following areas: Fort Worth, Benbrook, Edgecliff Village, Forest Hill, Everman, Kennedale, Rendon, Primrose, Crowley, Burleson, Briaroaks, Joshua, Cleburne, Aledo, Weatherford, White Settlement, River Oaks, Westworth Village, Westover Hills, Lake Worth, Sansom Park, Melody Hills, Saginaw, Blue Mound, Watauga, Keller, Arlington, Pantego, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Woodhaven, Haltom City, Richland Hills, North Richland Hills, Hurst, Euless, Bedford and the surrounding areas. Wildcat service area by zip code. Fort Worth: 76101, 76102, 76103, 76104, 76105, 76106, 76107, 76108, 76109, 76110, 76111, 76112, 76113, 76114, 76115, 76116, 76118, 76119, 76120, 76121, 76122, 76123, 76124, 76126, 76129, 76130, 76131, 76132, 76133, 76134, 76135, 76136, 76137, 76140, 76147, 76148, 76150, 76155, 76161, 76162, 76163, 76164, 76177, 76178, 76179, 76181, 76185, 76191, 76192, 76193, 76195, 76196, 76197, 76198, 76199. Burleson: 76028, 76058, 76097 Cleburne: 76031, 76033 Keller: 76248, 76262 Arlington: 75050, 75051, 75052, 76001, 76002, 76006, 76010, 76011, 76012, 76013, 76014, 76015, 76016, 76017, 76018, 76040, 76060, 76063 Grand Prairie: 75054, 75104, 75211, 76065, Hurst, Euless Bedford & Colleyville: 76021, 76022, 76034 76040, 76053, 76054
  • What are the different dumpster sizes?
    Here is a North American sizing chart of various dumpsters we often use. Commercial Dumpster: The most common dumpster is often seen at retail stores, restaurants, and gas stations. Residential Dumpster: Often a temporary bin seen in driveways or yards during renovations, moves, or cleanouts. The most common sized residential roll-offs will be the 15 & 20 cubic yard dumpsters. Roofing Dumpsters: Usually placed in residential driveways or commercial parking lots during tear-outs. Sizes vary on roofing waste material. Construction Dumpsters: Frequently the choice container for larger residential or commercial renovation, construction demolitions, storm damage restoration, and large yard cleanouts. Construction dumpsters typically range from 20-40 cubic yards.
  • Where should I place my dumpster?
    Most dumpsters are placed on a residential driveway. Commercial dumpster rentals are often placed at a warehouse, construction jobsite or a business. Call Wildcat Dumpster Rentals today at (682) 977-3264 for answers to all your questions, including where to place my dumpster.
  • Do you give an exact delivery time for a dumpster?
    We will arrive within one hour of our specified delivery time.
  • How soon can I get my dumpster?
    Within 24 hours of a typical work day.
  • What is the Wildcat cost to rent a dumpster in Fort Worth, TX?
    The pricing structure below is based on 3 tons on all open-top roll-off dumpsters excluding tax. The quote is based on a 15 mile distance from 76140. Additional mileage is .95 per mile (To-and from). Cost of Dumpster Rental Services Per Size: 20 cubic yard: 415.00 7-day rental 18 cubic yard: 405.00 7-day rental 15 cubic yard: 395.00 7-day rental $65.00 per additional ton not to exceed 4 tons. All swaps are going to be the same cost. We keep rentals at 7-days. After 7-days, a $10.00 surcharge per day is applied not to exceed 14-days. After 14-days we pull the dumpster back into our fleet. We require a credit card on file for all bookings and overages. All records and statements will be made available at your request.
Wildcat Dumpster Rentals
Wildcat Dumpster Rentals
Fort Worth, Texas

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