D & D Disposal has been serving Barnegat County for over 25 years. Our clients are our number one priority. We offer containers for all sized projects and all your disposal needs. From removing waste after the remodeling of a small bathroom to debrie left from the demolition of an entire house. We are here for you!
Most housing waste, including roofing offcuts, old furnishings, garage clean-out, large-scale projects, and other junk can all be disposed of with our waste box. Both residential and business accounts are always welcome. We always consider any specific instructions, and all questions are always answered.
D & D Disposal is a family operated company. We have been serving Central New Jersey with pride since 1997. Whenever you are looking for dumpster rental in Barnegat New Jersey, we are just a phone call away. We will deliver on-time on budget. No surpise fees… Ever!
Your dumpster will be delivered safely onto your property or on the street if allowed by your local laws. Our trucks are state of the art. Ou
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Junk Removal in Barnegat, New Jersey
Ideal reasons to rent yourself a dumpster include clutter or broken equipment and furniture. We often use “debris box” for junk removal projects where the dimensions of dumpsters are determined by the amount of junk. In order to reserve the correct dumpster size for your project, view our nj dumpster size estimates.
We have 12 yard, 20 yard, & 30 yard dumpster containers available. Please remember that weight is a consideration, and some stacks of junk will fit better than others. For example, two tons are included in the twelve-yard dumpster, four tons are included in the twenty-yard dumpster, and five tons are included in the thirty-yard container.
Dependable, On-time, Fair and Friendly Dumpster Rental Services
D & D is proud of our communication with customers and our on-time schedules. We always answer our phones and employ dumpster drivers who will too. Unfortunately, no company is perfectly on schedule every day due to unavoidable traffic or weather. Still, we will always stay in touch so that we never leave our customers wondering and waiting. We know that there are plenty of choices for dumpster rental, which is why we always deliver on time and all special requests are considered.
Often “cheaper dumpster rental” companies aren’t that cheap once you add on hidden charges and residence penalties. Many will add on costs for time, weight, as well as extra costs for special delivery times and over weekends. These “extra” costs add up quick”. These will make the price for a “cheap dumping rental” price go up fast.
In addition, most commercial jobs that start or finish late due to dumpster issues will often end up more expensive than the cost of renting dumpsters on their own. Check online reviews of any company you go with before renting. Poor customer service reflected in bad reviews are red flags. We are proud of our reputation and we will make sure there are no delays for your project.
We’re sensitive to the environment in Barnegat Township, NJ!
Some items can’t be disposed of via a dumpster in Barnegat, New Jersey. Be sure to check and respect all local laws and legal regulations when renting from us. If you have questions, we have answers. For example, Air conditioners, TVs, coolers, paint, oil, propane, gas, asbestos, and more are definitely not allowed in dumpsters. Proper arrangement for dumping of these items is extremely important for us all to ensure our environment is clean and safe. We are always available if you have any questions about what’s acceptable and what’s not.
About Barnegat, NJ
Barnegat is a small borough located in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. The origin of the name “Barnegat” has been traced back to the Lenape Native American word “Berrinecquot”, which translates to “breakers in the ocean”. The word refers to the turbulent waters off the coast of the Barnegat Bay and the inlet that leads to the Atlantic Ocean.
European settlement in the area began in the 17th century when the Dutch established trading posts along the coast. However, it was not until the 19th century that the area began to develop into a thriving community. The opening of the Barnegat Branch Railroad in 1871 made it easier for people to travel to and from the area, which led to an increase in tourism and commercial activity.
In the late 1800s, Barnegat was known for its cranberry bogs, which were an important source of income for many local residents. The town was also home to several shipyards that built boats for the local fishing industry.
Over the years, Barnegat has faced its share of challenges, including devastating storms like the Great Atlantic Hurricane of 1944 and Hurricane Sandy in 2012. However, the town has always managed to bounce back and continue to grow and develop.
Today, Barnegat is a popular tourist destination, known for its beautiful beaches, fishing and boating opportunities, and charming downtown area. Despite its growth, the town has managed to maintain its small-town feel and sense of community, making it a beloved home for many residents and a favorite vacation spot for visitors.
Originally incorporated as Union Township in 1846, it became part of Ocean County 4 years later in 1850 and over a century later in 1977 the name was changed to Barnegat Township. Barnegat is named after the nearby bay originally called “Barendegat” by Dutch explorers which basically means “surf cove” or “inlet of the breakers”. Interestingly, the Cedar Bridge Tavern is where one of the last American Revolutionary War battles took place in the year 1782.