clean classroomWhile teachers and students alike are celebrating the end of another school year, the team at Roll-Off Dumpster Direct is busy helping local school districts clean out the old and get ready for the new!

Summer Cleanout is the New Spring Cleaning

Summer is a great time to get a dumpster rental for schools. When the students have gone, it is time to clean out those old notebooks, damaged desks or chairs, buckets of short pencils and pencil shavings, sticky lockers, worn carpet . . . the list can go on and on! Because schools are such high-traffic facilities, the amount of garbage, worn-out furniture and carpet, and broken objects can be extensive. That is why our team was proud to offer our services for: 

  • Peachtree Ridge High School
  • Conservatory School Palm Beach
  • James A. Long Elementary
  • Kelly Smith Elementary
  • Moseley Elementary School

Prepare for a New School Year with Roll-Off Dumpster Direct

If your school or college is in need of a massive clean-out and requires a dumpster rental, please contact our team for a quote. We offer flexible and easy online scheduling. Summer is an excellent time to get things cleaned out and ready for a new school year. School’s out for summer – we don’t need no excess garbage! 

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