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Britt’s Dumpster Rentals

7 yard concrete, dirt, sod dumpster / 15 yard dumpsters / 20 yard dumpsters.

Britt's Dumpster Rentals

2823 Fox Run Drive
Lake Wales Florida 33898
United States

(863) 949-6974

Business Description

At Britt's Dumpster Rentals, we understand the importance of efficient waste disposal and strive to make the process seamless for our clients. Our range of dumpster sizes caters to various project needs, whether it's a home renovation, construction site, or commercial cleanup. We offer flexible rental periods, ensuring that our customers have ample time to complete their projects without the stress of waste removal.

Our team at Britt's Dumpster Rentals is comprised of dedicated professionals who prioritize customer service. We work closely with clients to assess their specific requirements and recommend the most suitable dumpster size for their project. With a focus on transparency, we provide clear and competitive pricing, avoiding hidden fees to give our customers peace of mind.

Britt's Dumpster Rentals is committed to environmental responsibility. We adhere to all relevant regulations for waste disposal and strive to minimize our environmental impact. We actively promote recycling initiatives and responsible waste management practices, aiming to contribute to a cleaner and healthier community.

Britt's Dumpster Rentals can help you with eco-friendly, cost-effective waste management solutions, whether you are a homeowner or contractor. We offer reliable service, personalized care, and a dedication to making your waste management experience as easy as possible.

Business Hours

Monday8:00 am - 0:00 am
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
FridayOpen 24 Hours
SaturdayOpen 24 Hours

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About Lake Wales

Lake Wales is a city in Polk County, Florida. It is part of the Lakeland–Winter Haven Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 16,361 at the 2020 census. == History == === Early history === A survey by W.A. Williams and J. Jackson, deputy surveyors of the State of Florida was made of the region around present-day Lake Wales. The area was considered to be uninhabitable by early settlers. By 1879, the land around the present city was surveyed again by Sidney Irving Wailes, an agent for the Florida Land and Improvement Co., who changed the name of a lake, then known as Watts Lake, to Lake Wailes.In 1902 G.V. Tillman scouted the region of Lake Wales and saw the potential for turpentine, citrus, and other industries. He developed the idea to settle the area around Lake Wailes. === Settlement === The city of Lake Wales was established near the lake in 1911–1912, planned by the Lake Wales Land Company. The spelling Wales was used for the city, although the lake is still generally spelled Lake Wailes. Allen Carleton Nydegger, a Civil Engineer, was contracted by the Lake Wales Land Company to plot out the community of Lake Wales.

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