Is there a rule or something specific that states when a claim has non roofing materials that need to be removed and disposed of that the carrier is required to provide a DUMPSTER,TRAILOR, PICK UP TRUCK, or something of the sort for NON-ROOFING MATERIALS.

I don’t believe there is a specific rule, but I haven’t had a problem getting insurance to cover dump fees.

How much extra material are we talking about? If you have 5 yard of plaster and lathe, sure, bill for it. But if you’re doing a 30sq roof and have a couple of bags of miscellaneous garbage, asking for additional dump fees would be unreasonable.