Roll Off Dumpster Rental in Tallahassee, FL

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Red-E-Bins of Tallahassee FL

Tallahassee, FL

Red-E-Bins of Tallahassee was designed with homeowners in mind. We offer 5-, 10-, and 15-yard dumpsters that are driveway friendly and designed to fit in tight places. We are perfect for a wide range of home projects. We pride ourselves... more


Junk King Tallahassee

Tallahassee, FL

Junk King Tallahassee is a locally-owned and operated junk removal and light demolition company. We take almost everything from old furniture to appliances, e-waste, hot tubs, concrete, rocks, fences, and more. Contact us today to learn more or to get... more

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MARPAN Supply Company, Inc.

Tallahassee, FL

Count on MARPAN to accommodate all of your dumpster rental and recycling needs. We offer several roll-off container sizes to choose from, and we have long-term and short-term rental solutions. The expert team from MARPAN are here to help! Get... more

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Sun State Disposal & Recycling

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Jacksonville, FL

Sun State Disposal & Recycling is a leading waste hauling company serving area residents, contractors and businesses since 2009. We specialize in quick turnarounds for demolition contractors in need of a dumpster. more

Dumpster Rental Tips for Tallahassee, FL

Tips for Renting a Dumpster in Tallahassee, FL

How do I choose the right dumpster size?

The most common dumpster sizes include 10 yard, 20 yard, 30 yard, and 40 yard containers. The type of debris you have and the amount of debris will be the most important factors in your decision. When renting a dumpster, do not underestimate the amount of debris your project will generate. If you’re ever on the fence about which container size to choose, go with the larger option. The upfront cost may be slightly more, but it can reduce the total cost of disposal in the end.

How do I understand dumpster rental costs?

The average cost to rent a dumpster in the U.S. falls between $350 and $550, depending on size, debris, location, and more. Make sure you understand the various fees you can incur when renting a dumpster, too.


Dumpster rental companies can add on fees for a number of reasons, including:

  • Keeping the dumpster longer than the originally agreed upon time
  • Going over the container’s designated weight limit
  • Putting hazardous materials in the dumpster

Keep reading: What’s Included in the Cost of a Dumpster?