What’s the first thing you would buy if you won the lottery? Chances are, it wouldn’t be a dumpster. Still, even the luckiest of us will likely need a dumpster at some point, a fact we found out first hand this month when we delivered a dumpster to the construction site of a large, or rather, palatial house in central Pennsylvania. As it turns out, the owner of the (soon-to-be) house was a recent lottery winner. Of course, not every construction site has a story quite so interesting, but all are equally in need of an easy and cheap way to dispose of the excess materials that are inevitable with any project. Big or small, Roll-off Dumpster Direct has the perfect dumpster for any construction site, and you won’t need to be a millionaire to afford our prices.

By the way: when asked the first thing they would buy after winning the lottery, most people respond with a house or car. However, a recent survey shows the most frequent purchases are in fact washing machines and sofas. Go figure.

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