WHAT IS A ROLL OFF CONTAINER?

Roll off containers are large, rectangular, metal “boxes” with an open top and a large swing door for easy loading and disposal. The container is designed to be transported by special roll-off trucks. They are commonly used for construction and demolition debris from new construction, renovation, or damage from natural disasters. We have four sizes available to meet our customer’s needs.

All pricing is for the Columbia area only. Anything outside of the Columbia area will need specific pricing depending on distance.

12 Yard Roll Off

A 12 yard container can hold 12 cubic yards of debris. The dimensions of our 12 yard container are 10 ft long X 7.5 ft wide X 3 ft tall. This container is appropriate for small projects such as garage cleanout, removing a small deck, yard debris, or a small kitchen or bath remodel.

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20 Yard Roll Off

A 20 yard container can hold 20 cubic yards of trash. The dimensions of our 20 yard container are 22 ft. long by 10 ft. wide by 3 ft. tall. This container may be the right size for a large basement, attic, or garage cleanup; flooring and carpet removal for a large house; 300 to 400 square feet of deck removal; or up to 3000 sq. ft. of single layer roof shingle removal. This is also the only container to be used for concrete or asphalt.

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30 Yard Roll Off

A 30 yard container holds 30 cubic yards of waste. The dimensions of our 30 yard container are 22 ft. long by 10 ft. wide by 5 ft. tall. This container may be the right size for most contractors for their construction and renovation projects.

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40 Yard Roll Off

A 40 yard container holds 40 cubic yards of waste. The dimensions of our 40 yard container are 22 ft. long by 10 ft. wide by 7 ft. tall. A 40 yard container may be appropriate for larger construction and renovation projects.

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Items Not Allowed In Our Containers In C&D Landfills As Mandated By D.H.E.C

  1. Batteries
  2. TV's, Computers, Electronics
  3. Paint Cans With Wet Paint
  4. Tires
  5. Rail Road Ties or Creosote Post
  1. Mattresses or Box Springs
  2. Anything That Has Been In Contact With Gasoline, Benzene, Kerosense Etc.
  3. MSW or Municipal Solid Waste {Garbage}
  4. Aerosol Cans
  5. White Goods {Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Stoves Etc.}

Call us @ (803)408-9968 Or Email rolloff@cidsinc.com
To Reserve Your Container.

Choosing container sizes is not an exact science, so give us a call and one of our friendly staff can help you choose the best size for your needs and give you a free quote!