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Brenda S.
Brenda S.
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I was skeptical because I've never came across any dump companies that were as awesome as these guys. They were very friendly and professional. I had to clean out my parents home after they both passed. They made me feel comfortable and at ease.
PR P.
PR P.
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I had an excellent 5-star experience with DUMP PRO. After explaining the amount of items via phone, they gave me already an estimated quote range via phone and after arriving onsite, the final price stayed within that quote range. Their prices are highly competitive and much better than other bigger junk removal companies in the bay area.
Barbra S.
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Michael and his crew did a great job doing a complete backyard clearing. His crew did the complete job in two days. They did a terrific job cleaning up and hauling everything away. I would definitely recommend Michael if your looking for any work done around your house.
Katia P.
Katia P.
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First of all let me just start off by saying these guys are the absolute best in the business!!!!!! Hands down, couldn't ask for any better guys to do the job. I was skeptical at first because Great customer service, great communication, very fast & efficient! Thanks Again Mike & team!
Nuke L.
Nuke L.
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Michael and the team are really great. They hauled away a huge amount of debris from my house and it was very difficult, but they pushed through. Furthermore, they stayed beyond dark to finish the job they committed to, and honored the quote. Great guys and hard workers.
R D.
R D.
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Highly recommend Michael/crew. He helped me haul everything on short noticed and needed a second hauling and again, in short noticed, got the job done. Great communicator and service. Friendly crew and so helpful. The pricing was great as far as comparison to other few quotes that I've gotten. I've used this company prior with a different crew, still awesome team as well. Thank you for all your hard work!!
R D.
R D.
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Highly recommend Michael/crew. He helped me haul everything on short noticed and needed a second hauling and again, in short noticed, got the job done. Great communicator and service. Friendly crew and so helpful. The pricing was great as far as comparison to other few quotes that I've gotten. I've used this company prior with a different crew, still awesome team as well. Thank you for all your hard work!!
Joanna M.
Joanna M.
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I just used Dump Pro to load a whole truck full of tree limbs and wood from a deck we took down. It was more economical to use them, where they come, do all the loading, and sweep clean any area they have cleared, than it would have been to have a dumpster dropped off. Mike, who runs the business, was on time, courteous and thorough, as was his crew. Thumbs up for this team!
Brian G.
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I have used1877 Dump Pro several times I would highly recommend them to anyone that needs these services the crew that came out was 2 women and 2 men..They were very efficient, Fast and very friendly.I can say nothing but wonderful things about Dump Pro and the employees.........Your's Truely A Satisfied Customer
Claire C.
Claire C.
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I quoted three highly rated dirt removal companies. Dump Pro was the only company who gave an accurate quote and who published their pricing schedule. Its easy to estimate the load size by measuring the debris yourself. The quotes from two other highly rated companies grossly exaggerated the load size and had higher rates. Dump Pro was exceptionally professional, much fairer than their competitors and had the best prices.
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Why To Get a Local Dumpster When Removing a Tree Stump in Mill Valley, CA

Having a dead tree or a tree stump in your yard is more than an eyesore—it’s dangerous. There are many reasons why you should remove your tree stump in your yard, and renting a junk removal service will help you get the job done quickly.

Here, we’ll discuss why you should remove your tree stump, how to remove it, things to consider when renting a yard dumpster of different dumpster sizes, and the benefits of getting a local dumpster in Mill Valley, CA for your tree stump waste removal and waste management, and how it can help with your home remodeling and home improvement projects. We offer a wide variety of sizes for dumpsters with sizes ranging from small to extra large. if you have any questions about the cost to rent a dumpster call 877-386-7776 today!

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Why You Should Remove Your Tree Stump

There are several reasons you should consider removing a tree stump. The most superficial reason is that they are unsightly. Having a tree stump or a dying tree in your yard makes it look shabby and unkempt.

As well, your decaying tree stump can attract wood-eating pests, such as termites, beetles, and other decay-loving insects. These pests can damage the healthy parts of your lawn. Also, they can promote the growth of fungi, which can damage your property and is dangerous to your pets and children. 

Besides damaging your yard and health, tree stumps are dangerous, as someone can trip over them. Especially if your stump has exposed roots, they can easily trip a child running through the yard. For everyone’s safety, it’s best to remove the tree stump.

How To Remove the Stump

There are multiple ways to remove your Marin County tree stump that you should consider before deciding which method works best for you. Luckily, you can do most of these on your own with some tools and a local dumpster from 1-877-DUMP-PRO. You can burn the stump, use chemicals, and remove it with a chainsaw and stump grinder.

It’s important to make sure you can burn a tree stump in your city before choosing the burning method. To burn the stump, you must first drill holes into the wood and insert kerosene in the holes.

Then, all you need to do is ignite the stump and watch it burn. You should always make sure you don’t leave the fire unattended. Once it’s finished burning, you can cover the fire with topsoil.

To remove a tree stump with chemicals, you will first have to use a chainsaw to trim away as much of the tree stump as possible. Know that, while this method does not require a lot of labor, it can take up to four weeks before you see results. Like the burning method, you will need to drill holes into the stump.

You must fill the holes with water before adding the chemical, potassium nitrate. Now is the waiting game—you will have to wait three weeks for the chemicals to cause the stump to rot. After it rots, you can break it apart with an ax. Remember that whenever you use an ax or chainsaw, you must wear goggles to protect your eyes.

Finally, you can remove the stump with a chainsaw and stump grinder. If you’re OK with putting in the labor, this is a quick and inexpensive way to remove the tree stump. You will need to wear goggles, gloves, and steel-toed boots to protect yourself for this method.

You must first use a shovel to move the dirt around the stump and expose its roots. Next, you must cut away as much of the stump as possible before you can pull out the stump grinder. With the stump grinder, you can grind away the exposed wood slowly, removing any roots as you see them. Afterward, fill the hole with wood chips or sawdust before covering it with topsoil.

Now that you have gotten the stump out of your yard, you have to remove it from your property. For this reason, you will need a dumpster rental in Mill Valley, CA.

Things To Consider When Renting a Dumpster

After you have chosen one of these methods to remove your tree stump, you need to consider getting a dumpster rental. There are several factors you should think about before you call a company to rent one. Think about how big of a dumpster you will need.

Are you removing a small stump, or are you taking down a diseased tree? How much construction debris has to be removed will determine which size dumpster you need? And will the dumpster service be charging a flat rate or be charging by cubic yards.

You also must consider how long the rental period will be. Plan out your stump-removal project beforehand, so you can estimate how long you will need the local dumpster. If you are removing your tree with chemicals, you may only need it at the end of your project, as you won’t start breaking it apart until it’s rotted. To remove the stump with a chainsaw, you may need to rent your dumpster for several days, depending on how quickly you can remove it from the ground.

Finally, you should make sure you don’t need a permit to rent a dumpster. Most cities won’t require that you have a permit for a dumpster rental, but it’s always safest to check with Marin County laws first.

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The Benefits of Getting a Local Dumpster

Now that you know what to consider before renting a dumpster, these are the benefits of getting a 1-877-DUMP-PRO dumpster in Mill Valley, CA. Having a dumpster at your disposal will allow you to work fast and ensure you can fit everything into one space, rather than having to make several trips. Also, you won’t have to worry about the decayed or rotting stump sitting around your yard, even after you take it out of the ground. You can dispose of and forget about it before you know it.

There are many ways to remove a tree stump, and many reasons renting a roll off dumpster rental in Marin County is beneficial. If you need to remove your tree stump and need dumpster rental services in Mill Valley, CA, call 1-877-DUMP-PRO at 877-386-7776 today to see our dumpster rental prices. Keep you and your family safe by removing that old tree stump and reclaiming your yard’s beauty now.

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Mill Valley is a city in Marin County, California, United States, located about 14 miles (23 km) north of San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge and 52 miles (84 km) from Napa Valley. The population was 13,903 at the 2010 census.

The first people known to inhabit Marin County, the Coast Miwok, arrived approximately 6,500 years ago. The territory of the Coast Miwok included all of Marin County, north to Bodega Bay and southern Sonoma County. More than 600 village sites have been identified, including 14 sites in the Mill Valley area. Nearby archaeological discoveries include the rock carvings and grinding sites on Ring Mountain. The pre-Missionization population of the Coast Miwok is estimated to be between 1,500 (Alfred L. Kroeber’s estimate for the year 1770 A.D.) to 2,000 (Sherburne F. Cook’s estimate for the same year). The pre-Missionization population of the Coast Miwok may have been as high as 5,000. Cook speculated that by 1848 their population had decreased to 300, and was down to 60 by 1880. As of 2011 there are over 1,000 registered members of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, which includes both the Coast Miwok and the Southern Pomo, all of whom can date their ancestry back to the 14 survivors original tribal ancestors.

In Mill Valley, on Locust Avenue between Sycamore and Walnut Avenues, there is now a metal plaque set in the sidewalk in the area believed to be the birthplace of Chief Marin in 1871; the plaque was dedicated on May 8, 2009. The village site was first identified by Nels Nelson in 1907 and his excavation revealed tools, burials and food debris just beyond the driveway of 44 Locust Ave. At that time, the mound was 20 feet (6.1 m) high. Another famous Mill Valley site was in the Manzanita area underneath the Fireside Inn (previously known as the Manzanita Roadhouse, Manzanita Hotel, Emil Plasberg’s Top Rail, and Top Rail Tavern, most of which were notorious Prohibition-era gin joints and brothels) located near the intersection of U.S. Route 101 and California State Route 1. Built in 1916, the “blind pig” roadhouse was outside the dry limits of the city itself. Shell mounds have been discovered in areas by streams and along Richardson Bay, including in the Strawberry and Almonte neighborhoods.

Beginning with the foundation of Mission San Francisco de Asís, commonly known as Mission Dolores, in 1776, the Coast Miwok of southern Marin began to slowly enter the mission, first those from Sausalito followed by those from areas now known as Mill Valley, Belvedere, Tiburon and Bolinas. They called themselves the “Huimen” people. At the mission they were taught the Catholic religion, lost their freedom, and three quarters died as a result of exposure to European diseases. As a result of the high death rate at Mission Dolores it was decided to build a new Mission San Rafael, built in 1817. Over 200 surviving Coast Miwok were taken there from Mission Dolores and Mission San Jose, including the 17 survivors of the Huimen Coast Miwok of the Richardson Bay Area. California Missions.

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