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LM Trailer Rentals LLC

Efficient Dumpster Rental, Exceptional Service: LM Trailer Rentals LLC

LM Trailer Rentals LLC

1025 Linden Ave
Rice Lake Wisconsin 54868
United States

(715) 205-5229

Business Description

Welcome to LM Trailer Rentals LLC, your premier destination for hassle-free dumpster rental solutions. With a commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction, we provide top-quality dumpsters tailored to meet your specific waste management needs.

At LM Trailer Rentals LLC, we understand that efficient waste removal is essential for a smooth-running project or cleanup endeavor. That's why we offer a seamless rental experience, allowing you to focus on your task at hand while we take care of the waste disposal.

Our extensive range of dumpsters ensures that we have the perfect size and type to accommodate any project, whether it's a home renovation, construction site, or commercial cleanup. From small-scale residential projects to large-scale industrial ventures, we have you covered.

What sets us apart is our dedication to exceptional service. Our team of professionals is here to guide you through the rental process, providing expert advice and assistance every step of the way. We prioritize your satisfaction and strive to exceed your expectations with every rental.

At LM Trailer Rentals LLC, we prioritize sustainability and environmental responsibility. We adhere to strict disposal regulations and work tirelessly to minimize our ecological footprint. When you choose us, you can trust that your waste is being handled responsibly and ethically.

Experience the convenience and reliability of LM Trailer Rentals LLC for all your dumpster rental needs. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help make your project a success.

Business Hours

Monday7 AM–5 PM
Tuesday7 AM–5 PM
Wednesday7 AM–5 PM
Thursday7 AM–5 PM
Friday7 AM–5 PM
Saturday 7 AM–12 PM

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About Rice Lake

Rice Lake is a city in Barron County in northwest Wisconsin, United States, on the shore of the lake with the same name. The city is a commercial and tourist center for the surrounding rural areas. As of the 2020 census, the city had a total population of 9,040. The city is located mostly within the Town of Rice Lake. == History == American Indians lived around Rice Lake for millennia, some of whom made mounds like those that remain in Indian Mounds Park along the shore of the lake. In later years before white settlers, Chippewa people occupied the area, and they had a strong cultural attachment to the wild rice that grew on the lake.In the mid-1860s Knapp, Stout & Co., the growing lumber company downstream at Menomonie, bought tracts of forest around Rice Lake. Around 1868 the company started a logging camp in the area and in 1870 the company dammed the Red Cedar to raise the level of Rice Lake to make a better holding pond for their logs. The higher water disrupted the existing wild rice beds, angering the Chippewa. As compensation, Knapp-Stout gave them food, but it was settlers' food like pork and flour - not wild rice.Knapp-Stout platted the village in 1870, naming it for the lake, and naming many streets after officers of the company, including Knapp, Stout, Tainter and Wilson. The company built a small water-powered sawmill for sawing local lumber and a gristmill.

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