Bin There Dump That is a residential friendly bin rental service that serves Halifax and surrounding areas with a prompt delivery and pick up of our dumpster bins. Our unique roll-off system offers a full driveway protection system that places wood boards under the green bin so it never touches your property, eliminating damage opportunities. Double doors allow for the easy loading of large or bulky items, in sizes ranging from 4 yard bins to 20 yard bins. The system is designed so the dumpster fits perfectly in a single parking spot and only taking up the footprint of a minivan as our trucks fit down narrow city streets and driveways.
Once the bin is full, simply call us and we will return at a pre-arranged time to remove the bin and clean up the general area of the dumpster. Our professional uniformed Dumpster Delivery Experts will perform a sweep of your bin rental area after your job is complete. This is just another way Bin There Dump That Halifax cares about our customers and their property. Whether you are a homeowner doing a remodel, a garage clean out, moving; or a commercial contractor installing a new roof or room addition, we have perfect size bins to meet your needs.
Bin There Dump That Halifax is an independent franchise owned by Halifax resident John Thompson. I felt it was time to focus my efforts on serving this community I proudly call home. I launched this business to provide a residential friendly concept of junk, construction and waste removal to accommodate the needs of the fast growing and ever-changing Halifax and surrounding areas.
After seeing the Bin There Dump That system and the value they place on customer service, I could not pass on the opportunity to become a franchise partner. I welcome the opportunity to serve my community and keep our beloved Halifax and surrounding areas looking pristine!
We pride ourselves on our many festivals and events, and you can always find something fun and interesting to do in Halifax. Events include the Halifax Comedy Fest, Halifax Buskerfest, Halifax Jazz Festival, The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo, FIN Atlantic International Film Festival and the Halifax Busker Festival. Sports lovers will not be disappointed with the Halifax Mooseheads (hockey), HFX Wanderers (soccer), Halifax Hurricanes (basketball) and the Halifax Thunderbirds (lacrosse).
Halifax, Nova Scotia, was incorporated as a city in 1841, is the capital of Nova Scotia, and the largest urban area in Atlantic Canada. Halifax has both a strategic and central location on Nova Scotia's east coast, with one of the world's largest harbours.. Halifax is the cultural centre of Nova Scotia with a rich history of art, music and theatre that continue today at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Symphony Nova Scotia and the Neptune Theatre. Other major Halifax attractions include The Citadel, Pier 21, Halifax Public Gardens, Harbourfront, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, HMS Sackville, Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market and The Alexander Keith's Brewery.
There are several universities in Halifax. In 1789, The University of King's College was founded and is the oldest chartered university in Canada. Dalhousie University was founded 29 years later in 1818, and Canada's oldest English-speaking Roman Catholic university, Saint Mary's was chartered 1841. Mount Saint Vincent was founded in 1873 and The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design was founded in 1925 and later became the first degree-granting art school in Canada.
Famous Haligonians include the singer Sarah McLachlan, Ellen Page and many of the Trailer Park Boys cast members!
For more information, or to rent a dumpster, please call (902) 422-4630.
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