As independent franchise owners, Jason and Heather Roberts, are proud to bring Bin There Dump That to the Yukon metro. Having been in construction for many years, Jason and Heather immediately saw the value and benefits of this unique system. The Bin There Dump That process consists of small truck platforms, lighter dumpsters, and a driveway protection system to where the dumpsters never directly touch the concrete. Call Jason and Heather Roberts at (405) 640-4345 for assistance with your trash removal needs.
At Bin There Dump That we’re always looking for ways to make your Dumpster Rental experience a positive one. That’s why we work hard to make sure we’re always on time and that we have the right sized bin for the project you have in mind. We can have your rented dumpster delivered within 24 hours of your order.
When you’re using any type of heavy equipment at your home there’s always the possibility that it can cause damage to your property. It’s one of the first things on our mind when we deliver one of our dumpsters to you. We know it can scratch or mark up your driveway if we’re not careful when we place it down.
Our Dumpster Delivery Expert will arrive with a simple solution in hand, designed to prevent any harm to your property. We place wood around the base of the dumpster to avoid any actual contact between the container and your driveway. Best of all we bring the wood along with us, you don’t have to worry about scrambling to find some yourself.
Chances are you’ve been greeted by an automated answering system on more than one occasion when you’ve tried to contact a business. It can be a frustrating experience trying to figure out the right extension to get through to a person that can help you with the issue at hand.
At Bin There Dump That we decided to take a more radical approach to customer service — we have a Live Dumpster Consultant answering every call.
All consultants are ready to answer a range of questions you may have and to help you arrange for the rental of a dumpster for your next project. Here are some of the common things they can help you with:
Construction and renovation work can be messy — that just comes with the territory. As you transfer waste into the dumpster in your driveway, there’s probably going to be some material that ends up around the edges of the bin. If it isn’t cleaned up, you may end up with some sharp objects left behind that can puncture a tire or that a family member might step on.
Before we remove your loaded dumpster we’ll take a walk around it looking for anything on the ground. Our agent will make sure this extra material is swept up and deposited in the container before they load it up and take it away.
At Bin There Dump That the largest dumpster we rent is our 20-yard bin. We find this is as big as you can comfortably offer in most residential settings. They hold a lot of trash — about the equivalent of 8 pickup truck loads!
The size of your project will determine what dumpster is best for your carpet disposal needs. If it’s part of a larger home remodel you'll want to choose a 15 or 20-yard to make sure you can fit everything. Generally, a 6 or 10-yard dumpster will do if you're just replacing carpet exclusively.
A 10-Yard dumpster can hold about 100 bundles of shingles or around 33 square feet. For most roofing jobs this will be all the space you’ll need and you won’t have to worry about the bin being too heavy for the removal truck to lift.
The City of Yukon is a robust, family oriented community of 24,000 residents who strive to be the best. Yukon is known for its safe neighborhoods, low crime rate, excellent schools, quality medical care and strong values. Yukon maintains its small town charm with many shopping and dining amenities common to major metro areas. The towering iconic flour mill has proclaimed for over a century, "Yukon's Best Flour" and conveys our desire to do and be the best.
The largest industrial growth came from the Yukon Mill and Grain Company owned by the Kroutils and Dobrys. From a small milling operation in 1893 they grew tremendously, and by 1915 were shipping flour and feeds throughout the south and even overseas. In the 1930s, the Dobry family withdrew and built the Dobry Mills. New businesses were opening and the town was spreading out.
The little village on two streets has grown into a fine city covering several sections of land, 640 miles of streets, 90 miles of water lines and 6,400 water meters as of 1991. From a one-room school, the school system now has a high school, a mid-high, two middle schools and seven elementary schools. Yukon also has some private schools and nursery schools. Yukon has one of the best school systems in the state.
From the few tiny churches at the beginning, Yukon now has many fine churches of many denominations. There is a Ministerial Alliance and more groups working to provide aid to citizens. Many clubs and organizations support most every type of service for the community.