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How is debris hauling handled?

Debris hauling involves the removal of construction and demolition debris using construction dumpsters and heavy equipment, including excavators with buckets, backhoes, etc.

The debris is typically loaded into a dumpster rented for this purpose, which is then hauled away to the nearest landfill or recycling facility.

How much does it cost to haul debris?

The average cost for debris removal is $250-$750.

However, the cost to remove debris varies immensely depending on the amount you have, where you live, and the company you hire. The best way to get an accurate estimate for your debris removal is to reach out to local service providers for a free quote.

Who should I hire to handle my debris removal?

To ensure you hire the best contractor for your debris hauling project, we recommend getting three estimates whenever possible. This allows you to adequately compare experience, customer service, costs, and availability before hiring someone to assist with your debris removal.