There are several key things to consider before renting roll-off dumpsters for large construction or demolition projects. Some of the key considerations include the type of material(s), the volume of debris, duration of the project, availability of the rental provider’s container stock, and more. Proper planning can easily reduce dumpster rental costs during a large project by 20% or more.
There comes a time when you have to part ways with your saggy sofa, three-legged chair, and non-reclining recliner. You can expect to pay $75 or more to get it hauled away by a junk removal company. The minimum fee for most junk removal companies in the U.S. ranges from $50 - $125. For jobs bigger than 1 - 3 small pieces of furniture, the costs will go up incrementally.
So you’re planning on doing some interior demolition, and you’re curious how to get rid of all the debris that will inevitably pile up. If you plan on doing a medium to large interior demolition project -- like remodeling a bathroom, kitchen, or other area of your home -- one of the best ways to get rid of the debris is by renting a roll-off container.
Read on to learn the tips and tricks to having a successful, stress-free dumpster rental experience.
When it comes to estimating how much debris you can fit into a 10, 20, 30, or 40-yard dumpster, the answer isn't black and white. Each dumpster provider has different weight limits, and the specific type of debris you have plays a huge role. Keep reading to find out how much "stuff" can fit into the most common dumpster sizes and weight limits.
Dumpster rental rates are not written in stone. You can sometimes get a lower-than-advertised price on a single-day dumpster rental if you do a little negotiation upfront. Being that dumpsters cost several hundred dollars to rent, any bit of savings is welcomed by most customers.
When replacing a shingle roof, approximating the weight of the roof debris produced during the tear-off process is an essential part of minimizing the cost of disposal. Understanding the weight of your shingles makes it easier to select a dumpster service offering the right weight allowance and helps you avoid or minimize expensive overweight charges (up to $100 per ton in some areas).
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 1 in 9 Americans change residences each year—that’s roughly 36 million people moving from one home in the U.S. to another every single year. Whether you’re moving out for the first time, downsizing, or moving to a bigger place, the entire process is just plain stressful.
Lucky for you, we're here to simplify it and show you how a dumpster rental could be your secret weapon in getting it done.
First and foremost: The best way to sell your home (and get the most money for it) is by making it look downright incredible. That means clean, free of clutter, and a blank canvas for potential buyers to envision their lives.
What’s the best way to get rid of _______? Not all wastes are destined for the trashcan. Situations where you have bulk amounts of debris, or you have items that are banned by your local waste hauler, require a different course of action. Below we’ll take a look at various types of wastes and the best ways to dispose of them.
Big projects require big dumpsters! The largest roll-off containers generally stocked by dumpster rental companies are 30 and 40 cubic yarders. Deciding when to use one over the other is tough in many situations, but we can help sort it out.
Renting a dumpster is a convenient and affordable way to get rid of large amounts of junk, but why pay more than you have to?
If you're a first-time renter (or even if you're not), we can help ensure you get the best price possible when renting a roll-off container. Read on to learn about seven simple tips to save on your dumpster rental.
Your remodeling project or household cleanup has left you with a small to moderate amount of debris to get rid of, but more than can be reasonably put in your weekly trash. Should you buy a dumpster bag and have Waste Management pick it up or rent a small dumpster from a local dumpster service?
To answer the question, we compare buying a 3 cubic yard Bagster from Waste Management with renting a 10 cubic yard dumpster from a local dumpster service.
Now, although many of you may find the idea of cleaning your entire house top to bottom and getting rid of a bunch of your things about as unappealing as unappealing gets, a thorough house decluttering and deep cleaning can actually be remarkably rewarding and a huge weight off your shoulders.
Imagine, for a moment, that you’re getting home after a long, hard day’s work. You turn the key, swing back the door, and there it is…your home; only it’s cleaner, more open, and smells better, too. Your stress immediately melts away as you realize that you can now relax in your clean, clutter-free castle while binge watching Netflix to your heart’s content instead of tiptoeing around and anxiously co-existing with your usual mess.
Just like any dumpster rental, there are several factors that affect a concrete dumpster's cost. The size of the container, how much the concrete weighs, where you're located, and disposal fees in your area all come into play when receiving a quote.
So before jumping into anything, here are a few things you should keep in mind when renting a dumpster for concrete...
Waste Management (WM) offers 20, 30, and 40 yard roll off dumpsters for rent in most markets. The 20 yard dumpster is most commonly rented and is the smallest size WM offers for temporary dumpsters. Nationwide, the average cost to rent a dumpster from Waste Management is $524.
Waste Management's Dumpster Cost vs. Local Dumpster Services
We compared 20 yard dumpster rental prices for Waste Management to prices we surveyed from smaller, locally owned haulers in 48 metro areas across the U.S. Renting from local haulers is more than $150 cheaper on average.
A small dumpster is a popular choice for residential cleanups, including spring cleaning, construction debris, single-layer roof tear offs, and during a move-in/move-out. 10 yard roll-off dumpsters are versatile and compact bins designed to fit nicely in a standard driveway. Some are constructed with shorter sides for easier side-loading of heavy debris, such as concrete or dirt.