Our city had a pretty turbulent past when it comes to dumpster rental industry. In the beginning, several smaller companies tried to service people, but there was an obvious need for larger rental industry. There was a need for large businesses that could service multiple clients and offer acceptable fees.
So, the market was there, and it only requires capable people who would start large-scale dumpster rental businesses. This prompted the first wave of the major rental companies.
Monopoly-holding dumpster rental companies
Small businesses were capable of servicing individuals, but they had their limits as they didn’t have enough trucks or dumpsters. They prices were acceptable and people who were happy to get a deal with one such company were satisfied.
This caused a small influx of big businesses that started renting dumpsters to enterprises and individuals alike. There were only a few companies that came to San Fernando which meant that they could play with prices and ask for large payments as there wasn’t a lot of competition. They weren’t as successful on small-scale as they were with commercial dumpster rentals. The lack of success was due to the existence of small companies that services households and small businesses. The more we support these small companies the less of a monopoly large companies will have on dumpster rental. Roll-off rental companies are growing in popularity and its important to keep the little guys in mind. Smaller companies are able to provide more personal service, including recycling, debris removal, and general waste management.
The second wave of dumpster lending businesses
The need for change in San Fernando dumpster rental industry was evident, and that prompted the second wave of companies that rented dumpsters. Americas suburb was one of those enterprises that arrived in San Fernando and found the market in shatters.
The companies that came before them raised the renting price on the level where it was unfair toward their clients. The arrival of these new businesses, including us, changed the market completely. We came in with regular renting fees, other companies that came in at the same time did the same, and people saw the light. Some of the older groups adapted to regular prices, while many closed down their shops and relocated somewhere else. We gained many clients that left those overpriced companies, and the market normalized.