We’re excited to announce our newest expansion! This time, we’ve opened a new location in Huntersville, NC. From this office, we will serve all of North Carolina.

At Roll-Off Dumpster Direct, we know how to branch into new locations without sacrificing the quality of our services. Since 2016, we’ve also opened offices in New Jersey and Florida. We can’t wait to get started delivering dumpsters all around the Tar Heel State, in cities like Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, and Durham.

From the Great Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks, we love North Carolina and are looking forward to serving the community here!

Rent a Dumpster in North Carolina

If you’re opening a new business, moving to a new home, or starting a new construction project, renting a dumpster could make the process a little easier. Since Roll-Off Dumpster offers competitive rates and flexible rental periods, we are a great choice! Choose from our stock that includes 10, 20, 30, and 40 yard dumpsters. Enjoy our efficient, courteous service.

Check out our North Carolina Dumpster page for more information. 

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