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Reliable Roofing Waste Disposal
Trust our nationwide dumpster service for your residential or commercial roofing project waste. Our range of roofing dumpster rental sizes will simplify the disposal of materials including shingles, tiles, lumber and more. Whether your business serves statewide or across the country, your dedicated account manager will help you mobilize quickly, keep your projects moving and track your inventory and costs.
Are you a homeowner? Rent a residential dumpster for your roof tear-off.
Get National Coverage in One Place
Never search for a roofing dumpster again. Let our contractor services team know how many containers and swap-outs you need, and we’ll coordinate account setup and service anywhere in the U.S.
Call 877-615-9347 to speak to an account representative.
Why Work With Us?
One Point of Contact
You’ll work with a dedicated team to pre-schedule dumpsters nationwide and minimize project delays.
We keep your payment information securely on file to streamline billing for all of your roofing jobs.
Once you set up an account, simply call, text or email to order another dumpster, schedule a swap or arrange your final pickup.
Our Most Popular Roofing Dumpster Size
We often recommend renting a 20 yard dumpster to handle debris from roof tear-offs and repairs. This container size provides enough space to load shingles and other roofing debris without exceeding weight restrictions for road safety. Other common container sizes for roofing jobs include 10, 15 and 20 yard dumpsters.
Our Covered Weight Limit: 2-3 tons or 4,000-6,000 pounds.*
What Size Dumpster Do You Need for Your Roof Tear-Off?
The dumpster size you choose for your roof tear-off depends on how much debris you need to dispose of. Use our shingle weight calculator to estimate how much your shingles will weigh. We’ll also suggest a dumpster size for your materials.
*Please note that covered weight limits and accepted items may vary by location.
See How We've Helped Others Like You
Imperial Roof Systems partnered with us to reduce the amount of time spent coordinating dumpsters for jobsites nationwide. With a dedicated team and service across the country, here are the solutions we provided:
- On-demand service to quickly schedule dumpster deliveries.
- One point of contact for all of their rental needs.
- Available inventory to ensure all efficient waste removal.
Waste Disposal for Commercial Roofers
Whether you service a specific region or have sites nationwide, our experienced account managers are here to help you simplify the cleanup process. Our experienced roofing specialists handle multiple dumpster requests at once to streamline waste disposal and save you time.
When You Set Up An Account:
- Get LEED reporting and recycling upon request.
- Rely on us to align a swap-out schedule specific to your job.
- Order a large number of dumpsters in a short amount of time.
Shingle Disposal for Residential Roofers
Are you replacing a leaky roof or building a new home? We’ll get you the right dumpster size for shingles, help coordinate deliveries for your projects and keep your accounts organized in one place.
Common Roofing Debris We Accept:
- Terracotta Tiles
- Concrete Tiles
- Slate Tiles
- Cedar Shake
Roofing Dumpster FAQs
How do you dispose of roofing tar?
Most of our service locations allow you to toss roofing tar in our dumpsters as long as the tar is hard and dry. Our team will go over any local disposal guidelines and potential restrictions when you reach out.
How big of a dumpster do I need for a roof tear-off?
A 20 yard dumpster is the most popular bin size for roofing debris removal jobs. It’s large enough to hold materials such as shingles, lumber and tiles, but small enough to reduce the chances of going over the container’s weight limit. Check out our shingle weight calculator to calculate the weight of your roofing waste so that we can help you choose the right dumpster size for your project.
Are roofing shingles considered hazardous waste?
Most roofing shingles are not considered hazardous waste and can be disposed of in one of our dumpsters. However, if your materials contain asbestos, take them to an approved facility in your area.