If you have ever been in or lived in a fraternity house you know the abuse the furniture can take. The couches are getting used a lot including as beds and if your frat was like mine no one ever cleans. In fact there are probably few places as messy or just flat out destroyed as a frat house. Something about a bunch of young men living together while drinking lots of beer just generates a disaster area. So what do you do? You get a dumpster and throw all that junk out. We recently delivered a dumpster to a Penn State fraternity that needed to get rid of their well worn furniture. With a roll-off container they were able to remove all the unwanted furniture at once. If your frat house is a mess give us a call and we can help with a quick dumpster delivery.

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