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Step 1 - Choose Dumpster

 

15 Yard Dumpster

Unit Price : $350.00

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20 Yard Dumpster

Unit Price : $450.00

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30 Yard Dumpster

Unit Price : $550.00

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40 Yard Dumpster

Unit Price : $650.00

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When renting a dumpster with us you'll find our team is very helpful, and honest. Depending on how much debris you have, the size of the dumpster is important. With a weight limit that we strictly have to enforce, you don't want to end up paying for a second dumpster because the first one wasn't enough. So how do you gauge it? Call us today and one of our experienced team members will explain how to plan ahead with these things. You'll go over little things we've even got nicknames for, like space hogs. Space hogs are items that weigh almost nothing but because of their shape take up a lot of room. The dumpster itself is measured in weight, usually hitting the max amount before you have to worry about overflow. By breaking down these light pieces, such as chairs, futon frames, etc.., you maximize the space potential for every dumpster.

Before ordering, make sure what you are cleaning up is actually allowed to go into a dumpster. While the majority of demolition or cleanup is deemed safe and allowed to be collected in large bins, not everything is. The obvious ones are radioactive material, hazardous waste, refrigerators, and just about anything you can think of that is not only man made but has parts of it that are dangerous to the environment, but what about the environment itself? Can you put extra dirt, tree clippings, or anything of that nature? The answer is surprisingly no! Why don't we allow it? Because we ourselves are not allowed to haul all of this off to the dump site. Talk to us about your project when you are ordering a dumpster so we can help you avoid a headache.

When choosing a dumpster you have to be realistic. Obviously we'd all like to fit it in one dumpster, but depending on the size of your project it's just not always possible. Our team does this every day so realistically they can tell you at a glance what you'll need. The most important thing you can do is plan everything out ahead of time. A structure, when it's intact, is going to take up less room than when it's a pile of rubble. Guessing at how much there is will usually end up with you waiting for another dumpster to come in, and hopefully it can be that same day. Don't take chances, do it once and do it right. That's how you save not only time but most importantly money.