Demolition trucking and demo haul off is a tough industry, but our owner operators are tougher. Our team exclusively runs steel round bottom trailers tough enough to handle any demolition or haul off project you might have.
In addition to demolition and haul off trucking, our team is able to source the required disposal and recycling site for your waste material. We are partnered with all recycling plants, landfills, and disposal sites in the region, giving us the ultimate flexibility to ensure your material is safely removed.
Twisted Nail is here to help. If you need something hauled in central Texas, we can get your job done, safely, timely, and reliably.
Demolition projects require round bottom trailers. Most demolition projects will produce waste products too large for a belly dump, too jagged for an aluminum trailer, and frequently requiring hyper-efficient dumping to keep the project moving.
Round bottom trailers are perfect for this type of work. True to their name, round bottom trailers are shaped like a half-circle. The shape of the trailer reduces overall weight, increasing the payload capacity, centers the load to prevent shifting and off-center loads, and provides extra resistance to dents. The biggest advantage of round bottom trailers is the steel used to construct them. While most of the aggregate hauling industry is focused heavily on reducing weight, and thereby increasing payload, this can be detrimental in demolition projects that will quickly ruin an aluminum trailer. Our fleet’s round bottoms are constructed with heavy-duty projects in mind and are made of steel, allowing for more flexibility and preventing unnecessary damage due to the shape, size, or content of the material being hauled.
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Twisted Nail is partnered with all landfills and disposal sites, both listed and unlisted. When looking for a disposal site for your project, consider that legal and unlisted disposal sites can be up to 20+ times cheaper than a traditional landfill. Additionally, filtering disposal products for recycling can drastically reduce disposal costs.
All demolition byproduct that is financially viable will be recycled. Not all byproduct is able to be recycled. The unrecyclable or otherwise contaminated material will be disposed of through the proper channels.
Steel round bottom trailers are the best choice for demolition removal. When appropriate, we will use flatbeds or other special use trailers to load large pieces of demolition byproduct at once.