About Our Dumpster Services In Fredericksburg
Hello from Joey Farrar. I'd like to tell you about my family owned and operated business. I'm extremely excited to start servicing the Fredericksburg and surrounding area with our clean and green dumpsters for your renovation, remodel, or clear- out projects. We have lived and raised our children here in Fredericksburg all of our lives. I’ve spent 12 years in the construction industry, providing sales and great customer service to retail clients, homeowners, and contractors.
I decided to start this business after experiencing personal frustration trying to get a clean bin during a remodel of our basement, with a price we could understand and service we could rely on. Our service will consist of professional drivers, clean trucks, attractive bins, and we will strive to achieve the highest customer satisfaction to meet your needs from your first contact with us, until we pick up the last dumpster. Our goal is to assist you with your trash removal needs and guide you through the process by providing you with all the information you will need about cost, size, delivery and pick–up of your bin. I feel the time is right to introduce this brand of clean, professional and service-oriented dumpster rentals to the neighborhood. I can't wait to meet you all!
Community Bio - About Fredericksburg, Virginia
The beautiful city of Fredericksburg, Virginia is located near the Rappahannock River. It's history is deeply rooted in the Civil War, as Fredericksburg was the site of two significant battles: The Battle of Fredericksburg, and the Second Battle of Fredericksburg. As recently as 2013, the population of the city was listed at just over 28,000 residents. The city was unofficially founded around 1676 as a frontier town. Named after Frederick, Prince of Wales, who was the son of King George II, the main streets of the town were all named for members of the British Royal Family of the time. The city has become a hub for healthcare within the area. Real estate and other commercial growth has steadily grown into the 21st Century, and like many other cities, saw a plateau during the recession of 2007.
FUN FACT: The "power chord" was developed by Link Wray in Fredericksburg in 1958 during a performance of "Rumble", a single released by Wray & His Ray Men. Modern rock bands owe a massive debt to Mr. Link Wray!