This ""company"" is a joke. They are quick to drop off a dumpster to get your money, but then they use your home or worksite as the storage area for their equipment until such time as they need it again. I highly doubt they even have a storage area for empty dumpsters, given their PO Box address. I'm now on Day 7 waiting for the pick-up I requested and was told would be ""today or tomorrow."" For the record, I write this review knowing it will lessen demand for their services and, as a result, extend the stay of the dumpster currently in my driveway. I'm a hero in that way.
There's nothing more confidence-inspiring than calling a company and being greeted with a nice, succinct, creditor-avoiding ""Hello?"" -- and that's it. Of course, this leads to the inevitable first thought: ""Um, er, uh... is this Singh Disposal?"" But, in reality, your first thought should be: ""Hang up! Run! There's a reason this company earns their living picking up GARBAGE!""
Worst of all -- and really this whole review boils down to this -- is the C-word of a woman who answers the phone. Although I've never met her in person, I can say with 100% certainty that she is a Singh-stain of a human being. The kind who's so horrible, she's probably only here in the United States because Osama Bin Laden turned her down for his harem. Okay, that was a low blow. But, trust me on this, this woman will lie to you just to entertain herself. Oh, the truck broke down and that took a day to fix, huh? Okay, but that was 6 days ago.
I called every day for the first 3 or 4 days, but I've stopped since because, really, what's the point? I have no leverage. There's a 500 lb. dumpster in my driveway. What, I'm going to load it in my car and bring it back to them? You see, therein lies the rub -- the reason this company is so Singhy -- once you give them your money, you're at their mercy.
If you need a dumpster, do yourself a favor and find another company. Or come to my house and take this one. Please. I'll pay you.