Rent a dumpster in Phoenix Arizona.
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Do you have a clean up project? Are you moving in or moving out? Is there construction debris you need to remove? How about remodeling? Dumpstr Xpress is the best dumpster rental service you can find in the Phoenix Valley. It doesn’t matter where you live: Avondale, Chandler, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, Surprise, or Tempe. All of these are within our dumpster rental service area.
Dumpster Rental Sizes
10 Yard Phoenix Dumpster Rental
This 10 cubic yard roll off container has the basic dimensions of 8 ft wide, 16 ft long, and about 2 1/2 ft high. They fit in most driveways and are for small clean ups. They are really great for small projects like do it yourself remodels, cleaning up a garage, clean up a yard.
20 Yard Phoenix Dumpster Rental
This 20 cubic yard roll off container has the basic dimensions of 8 ft wide, 16 ft long, and roughly 5 ft tall. So, when you are looking at the projects that you have a 20 cubic yard dumpster is a great size for things like roofing jobs, small construction work, and business cleanups. This dumpster size fits in almost all driveways.
40 Yard Phoenix Dumpster Rental
This 40 cubic yard roll off container is our “big one”. The container is 22 ft long – front to back. It is 8 ft high, 8 ft wide, and 22 ft long. It is for a big job. If you seriously have a hoarder on your hands or you have a serious construction project then this dumpster is the one for you.
Our Dumpsters throughout Phoenix, Az
A 10 yard (1 Ton) Roll-off Dumpster Container serving a resident in Phoenix Arizona.
A 20 yard (2 Ton) Roll-off Dumpster Container serving a business in Phoenix Arizona.
A 40 yard (4 Ton) Roll-off Dumpster Container serving a developer in Phoenix Arizona.
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AREAS WE SERVE
Apache Junction, AZ – Avondale, AZ – Chandler, AZ – Fountain Hills, AZ – Gilbert, AZ – Glendale, AZ – Goodyear, AZ – Mesa, AZ – Paradise Valley, AZ – Peoria, AZ – Phoenix, AZ – Scottsdale, AZ – Sun City, AZ – Surprise, AZ – Tempe, AZ
Phoenix Arizona History
The history of the city of Phoenix begins with Jack Swilling, a Confederate veteran of the Civil War. In 1867, while traveling through the Salt River Valley, he saw a potential for farming, much like the military had already cultivated further east, near Fort McDowell. He formed a small community that same year about four miles (six km) east of the present city. Lord Darrell Duppa, one of the original settlers in Swilling’s party, suggested the name “Phoenix”, as it described a city born from the ruins of a former civilization. (information found on wikipedia)