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Dumpsters come in a range of sizes. Although there is no industry standard for dumpster sizes, they are usually available in sizes between 10 and 40 cubic yards. Small-scale jobs are ideal for 10 and 20 yard dumpsters, and 30 cubic yards and up are recommended for moderate to large jobs.

Uses for dumpsters include site cleanup, such as construction debris removal, rubble, or other hazardous waste from demolition areas and construction sites. Residential dumpsters are also commonly used for tasks like extensive home remodels, including major garage and basement cleanups, gutting damaged appliances and flooring from homes, discarding shingles for roof repairs, or moderate to large kitchen and bathroom renovations.

There may be limitations to what you can put in your dumpster based on local laws. For example, certain states regulate how e-waste can be disposed of. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.

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10 Yard Dumpster Rental

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Equipment ID: 80-118

20 Yard Dumpster Rental

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Equipment ID: 80-130

30 Yard Dumpster Rental

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Equipment ID: 80-139

40 Yard Dumpster Rental

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The makes/models shown are examples only and equipment delivered may differ. Contact customer support to check on the availability of specific makes/models.

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How much does a construction dumpster rental cost?

Roll off dumpster rental prices will vary depending on their size, the weight of the trash, any permits needed and the availability of dumpsters. Also, the cost to rent a dumpster will vary state to state. However, here is how much you can generally expect to pay for 10-yard, 20-yard, 30-year, and 40-year dumpsters in the United States:

  • • Average weekly rental cost for all dumpsters: $540
  • • 10-yard dumpsters: $150 to $1,000
  • • 20-yard dumpsters: $219 to $1,100
  • • 30-yard dumpsters: $263 to $1,200
  • • 40-yard dumpsters: $282 to $1,815

What size dumpster do I need?

When deciding on what kind of dumpster you need for our project, you should consider the type of materials you're dumping, the volume and weight of the material, where the dumpster will be placed, and your budget.

Some dumpsters are designed to hold specific materials. For example, you may not be able to dispose of concrete in all dumpsters, so check first. You should also consider how much material you’re disposing of. Online calculators can help you determine how much space different types of demolished materials will take up in your dumpster and how heavy they are.

Most dumpsters have a weight limit of one to four tons. Also, make sure the dumpster will fit the space and there’s enough clearance to deliver it. Finally, remember that the larger the dumpster, the more it will cost.

How long can I rent a dumpster for?

We rent dumpsters for seven-day periods. This includes the delivery day and the pickup day.

Are there different types of dumpsters?

There are three main types of dumpsters. We rent roll-off dumpsters that can be used for residential or construction projects.

  • Construction dumpster: These are the kinds of containers seen on construction job sites. They provide a convenient dumping site for construction waste that can easily be rolled on and off-site.
  • Residential dumpster: Residential dumpsters resemble construction dumpsters, but are used for residential projects like renovations, junk removal and more.
  • Commercial dumpster: Commercial dumpsters can be seen outside of restaurants and in parking lots to serve commercial establishments. They usually have lids to keep out pests and cut down on odors.

What can’t be disposed of in a dumpster?

Keep in mind that government regulations may prohibit throwing some items into a dumpster. Before renting a dumpster, you will need to understand what those items are.

Here is a list of some examples: adhesives such as glue and epoxy, anything containing asbestos, hazardous materials or soils and absorbents that are contaminated, household cleaning fluids, hot water tanks, ink and resins, medical waste, non-alkaline batteries, oils, fuels, propane tanks, paint, tires, and appliances that haven't been drained.

Check local government regulations before dumping anything to ensure you are in compliance with the law.

How should I prepare for a dumpster delivery?

Before the dumpster is delivered, take measurements of the area to ensure you have enough space for the dumpster without blocking anything. Clear the area of debris so that the delivery truck can access it; this includes any overhead obstructions like low-hanging branches or wires. Allow 60 feet of straight space for the truck to approach and 20 to 30 feet of overhead clearance if it's a large construction dumpster.

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