Serving the Metro Atlanta Area

We’ve opened up another office in the downtown Atlanta area, specifically in Buckhead facing the Lenox Mall, in order to better serve our Atlanta clients. You can find our new office at 1050 Crown Pointe Parkway, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA 30338-7700 or reach us by phone 678-245-4238.

We’ve moved to this location in order to maintain the high level of service we provide in the North with our clients in the South. Additionally, we’re very excited to witness this thriving section of Atlanta. We’re in the heart of Buckhead, privy to all of the excellent entertainment, health care, shopping, and dining locations that convince so many to call this area home. Of course, we’re also close to the famous Peachtree Street and Andrews Entertainment District. 

New Dumpster Rental Location in Downtown Atlanta

Whether you’re opening a new business, taking on a construction project, or moving in Buckhead, ATL, be sure to reach out to Roll-Off Dumpster Direct for your dumpster rental. We offer the most affordable rates and longest rental periods. Additionally, we provide a variety of dumpster size options including 10, 20, 30, and 40 yards.

For more information on our services or an online instant quote, be sure to check out our Atlanta dumpster rental page. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. 

We’re looking forward to meeting our new neighbors!

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