Testimonials

Customer Testimonials

To have one guy come in and take care of all of your different needs is a HUGE win.

Xavier Joerger

It's really important for companies like us to have partners like Scapers, where it's not just about how much money we're spending with him or how much business we're doing with him...he truly does care about us.

Kevin Thole

Anybody who asks who we use for dumpsters we recommend Kyle and Scapers. It's mainly the service. The delivery time is second to none, and the response to any emails or phone calls is right away.

Phil Richardson

Frequently Asked Questions

HOW TO OPEN AND LOAD YOUR DUMPSTER

In this video Kyle Kraft provides a step by step, all you need to know tutorial on how to open and safely load your dumpster.

A common mistake made when renting a dumpster is getting the wrong size. Before you order, always make sure you measure your space and understand just how much debris you’ll be disposing of. This will avoid the inconvenience of paying for a half-filled container or ordering a second dumpster.

We recommend the driveway since it’s both convenient and accessible. Plus, our dumpsters are equipped with driveway-friendly rubber wheels. However, the choice of location ultimately falls on your personal preference.

In order to prevent any unauthorized dumping, schedule your rental for the day your project begins at least 24 hours in advance.

Always consider what you’ll be dumping before ordering a container rental, as certain materials can’t be dumped together. For example, we don’t allow gravel and fill to be combined with other materials. Additionally, consider the weight of your waste. More weight means a higher price. For the best results, contact us with your questions, and we’ll provide you with the most cost-effective solution for your needs.

Since it’s against the law to dispose of hazardous wastes, it’s crucial to understand which materials you should never dump. Materials include chemical products, oil filters, herbicides & pesticides, radioactive material, solvents, paint (except wholly dried latex paint cans, no liquids), other flammable liquids, partially filled aerosol cans, propane tanks, motor oil, transmission oil/lubricating/hydraulic oil/, contaminated oils (mixed with solvents, gasoline, etc.), antifreeze, refrigerators, petroleum contaminated soil/lead paint chips, tires, batteries, fluorescent tubes, railroad ties, medical waste, asbestos, dead animals, sealed barrels or cylinders.

It’s important to know that you cannot mix trash with yard waste in our dumpsters due to the different disposal methods and potential violations of local regulations. If you mix trash with yard waste, we cannot pick up your dumpster.

Ordering a dumpster rental can cost a lot, and prices vary significantly between one company and the next. Whenever you’re planning to rent a dumpster, always do your homework and get at least two quotes. Ask questions about additional charges since you’ll want to be fully informed of any fees.