Give us a call anytime to discuss your needs. We are usually able to provide a trailer with 24 hours notice. We will want to know what you are putting in the trailer, where the trailer needs to be delivered; where the trailer needs to be positioned and how long you will need it for.
It is important for us to know what you want hauled away so that we can provide the correct size trailer. If you are disposing of standard household items all of our trailers can be used for this. If you are disposing of shingles or concrete we need to provide trailers that can hold that weight. If a trailer is not loaded correctly it can break and/or cause damage to one of our trucks or the general public while moving. This is a liability for us and you.
We have made every effort to make ourselves available to our customers in a timely manner. Our system uses state of the art cell phones and voice mail as opposed to answering machines. Unfortunately that means we can be the victims of delayed or lost calls and messages because of cellular technology. We do our very best to answer all our calls and/or return all our calls the same day. There are times that we may have to call into the evening or the following day. If you have to leave a message, you should leave a day and evening telephone number. We will be respectful calling you back and not call before and not after Please let us know if you prefer not to receive a call before or after a certain time.
We make it look easy when pulling up and backing in a trailer EXACTLY where you or your contactor wants it. This has taken us years to perfect. While we carry automobile, worker’s compensation, and general liability insurance, we do not insure you. Some of our trailers need to be pulled by larger trucks that require a CDL driver’s license. We make sure before we leave any job site that the trailers are properly loaded and covered to ensure the safety of our people, equipment and the general public. Most standard homeowner pick-up trucks could be damaged. There are also special “truck routes” and laws, such as the “Frost Law” that we are required to follow.
Tom FitzGerald, Owner
TDF II Hauling & Plowing
113 E Bennett
Saline, Michigan 48176
Web Site: www.tdf2hauling.com
Last revised: March 22, 2005