Dumpster Rental & Landscape Products
Lammon Brothers owns and operates our own fleet of delivery dump trucks, giving us the ability to service customers promptly and efficiently. We can deliver landscape products in amounts from a few cubic yards up to full dump truck loads. Delivery costs are based on the mileage associated with each delivery. Give us a call to compare our dump truck delivery pricing.
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Yard Waste Recycling
We offer Toledo area residents an outlet to drop off their yard waste. The materials we accept include brush, grass, leaves, shrubbery, sod, Christmas trees and clean fill.
Lammon Brothers dumpster service was everything I needed it to be. This was only the second time I have ever ordered a dumpster and they answered all questions I had. They recommended the size I needed and pickup and drop off was quick and easy. I have scratches in my driveway from the first time I used a different company. Lammmon Brothers left a clean, scratch free surface. Will use them again.
Had around 50 ton of stone delivered over a few days. Prices were good, deliveries were on time and all the guys went the extra mile to get it where I needed it. Will do business with them again for sure.
Called late Tuesday afternoon for a couple loads of rock. They beat everybody else’s price around, showed up first thing Wednesday morning and tailgated big #4 limestone perfectly! Will be a repeat customer!
Lammon Brothers was founded in 2002 by two brothers (Bob and Jim Lammon) who saw the need for quality lawn service in and around the Toledo area. These two brothers started off with nothing more than a truck and a mower but quickly grew into a full service lawn and landscape company. By 2006, the company had outgrown the startup location in Holland, OH and decided to purchase 18 acres of land in Delta, OH where a new 3000 sq ft. shop was built.
Within a few years of operating in Delta, it became obvious that the area residents had a need for a yard waste disposal facility. In 2008, Lammon Brothers registered with the EPA and began accepting yard waste for recycling. The facility still accepts yard waste and also sells products such as bulk, mulch and topsoil. In 2009, the first triaxle dump truck was purchased and the heavy highway construction division was born.