Lakeland's Best Dumpster Rental Company - SteelSmith
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Lakeland
Call Today for a FREE customized quote for your next job! Affordable dumpster rental pricing with our professional team will help you rent the perfect size for the job and eliminate all stress about how to haul the waste. Leave that part to us.
How it Works - Lakeland Dumpster Rental
No matter what kind of junk removal or decluttering project you have going on, you can use SteelSmith Dumpsters to get rid of it. From construction waste and yard debris to household appliances and old furniture, SteelSmith hauls it away for you. All you have to do is call us at 813-210-1608 or fill out the contact form and we will schedule a drop off. Once the SteelSmith Dumpster has been delivered to you, just fill it up and then give us a call to come pick it up when you’re done. It’s that easy!
Wherever you are in the Lakeland area, SteelSmith will travel to you. For all of your de-cluttering, waste hauling, and commercial dumpster rental needs, SteelSmith is your #1 choice for fast, reliable, prompt service
Items We Take
- Asphalt Removal
- Block Removal
- Brick Removal
- Concrete Recycling
- Concrete Removal
- Construction Debris Removal & Disposal
- Crushed Concrete Deliveries
- Dirt Removal
- Driveway Demolition
- Equipment for Loading Material
- Foreclosure Clean Out & Disposal
- General Junk Removal
- Heavy-Duty Dumpsters
- Home Remodeling Debris Removal & Disposal
- Household & Garage Cleanups
- Rear Opening Dumpster Doors for Easy Loading
- Rental Property Waste Removal & Disposal
- Roll-Off Container Rentals
- Roofing & Construction Debris
- Scrap Metal Recycling
- Storm Cleanup
- Trash Recycling
- Trash Removal
- Tree Trimming Debris Removal
- Tree Trimmings Removal
- Yard Cleanups
Commonly Used For:
- Attic/Garage Clean up
- Flooring/Carpet Removal
- Kitchen/Bathroom Renovations
22 feet long by 4.5 feet high by 8 feet wide
How Much Can a 20 Yard Dumpster Hold?
20 cubic yards of material. This is roughly equivalent to 9 pickup truck loads of debris.
Commonly Used For:
- Large Scale Home Demolition Projects
- New Home Construction
- Window Replacements
22 feet long by 6 feet high by 8 feet wide
How Much Can a 30 Yard Dumpster Hold?
30 cubic yards of material. This is roughly equivalent to 14 pickup truck loads of debris.
Commonly Used For:
- Large Scale Renovations
- Roof Replacement
- Whole House Cleanout
22 feet long by 8 feet high by 8 feet wide
How Much Can a 40 Yard Dumpster Hold?
40 cubic yards of material. This is roughly equivalent to 18 pickup truck loads of debris.
Lakeland – A Charming Florida City
Lakeland, Florida was incorporated January 1, 1885. The town was founded by Abraham Munn. He purchased 80 acres of land in what is now downtown Lakeland in 1882. Munn platted the land for the town in 1884. Lakeland is a charming Florida city teeming with history. To find the heart of Lakeland, stroll through the Munn Park Historic District and along the shores of scenic Lake Hollingsworth. Munn was a resident of Louisville, Kentucky. Among the names considered (and rejected) for the town by its residents were Munnville, Red Bug and Rome City.
Rail lines reached Polk County in 1884, just as the nascent phosphate industry was emerging in that part of the state. Because of the excellent railroad service, progressive outlook, and attractive location and elevation (227 feet), the community grew and prospered. Citrus and strawberries were big business. Because of that, by 1894 Lakeland was shipping more strawberries than any other place in the state. In 1898, 9,000 troops were stationed in Downtown Lakeland on the shores of Lakes Wire and Morton. They would await embarkation for Cuba during the Spanish-American War. During this time, Lakeland was the third largest city in Florida, behind Tampa and Jacksonville.
Construction of Lakeland
The Florida land boom of the 1920’s resulted in the construction of many significant structures in Lakeland. Some are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This list includes the Terrace Hotel, New Florida Hotel (Lake Mirror Tower Apartments), Polk Theatre, Park Trammell Building (formerly the Lakeland Public Library, and today home to the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce), and others. This was Lakeland’s golden age. The Cleveland Indians held spring training here from 1923 to 1927 at Drane Field. Drane Field, in southwest Lakeland, was the site on which B-24 bomber crews trained. The community was solidly behind the war effort. Henley Field, which was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1997, has a rich baseball history. Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, and Al Kaline all played on the field when the Detroit Tigers trained there from 1934 to 1965.