- Dumpster Comparison
- Dumpster Comparison
Renting a dumpster isn’t terribly difficult, but it can be intimidating for the first-time renter. You can make an appointment for delivery in a matter of minutes, but in order to get the most out of your dumpster experience without overpaying, you’ll want to be privy to a few things first.
Handling a waste removal project yourself can save you money in some cases, but generally only with small projects. We’ll compare the costs of renting a dumpster vs. hauling the waste yourself.
It’s tempting to run to your local Home Depot or Lowe's to rent a dumpster for small home projects, but you should know that options are very limited in these cases. It’s important to look past cost and convenience because both can be deceiving in this case.
There is a dumpster option available for just about any type of clean-up, including renovations, spring cleaning, remodeling projects, flooring removal, yard waste disposal, and much more. We’ll briefly cover each option to help you choose the ideal option for your situation.
We all love a great deal, especially when it comes to spending several hundred dollars to rent a dumpster for a home or business project. However, going with the cheapest dumpster rental is not always the best option, and may end up costing you in the end.
Choosing a dumpster that's too small for your project can end up costing you in overage fees, or worse, force you to rent a second dumpster to finish the job. Learn about dumpster sizes and how much they hold with the help of our infographic.
There are several efficient ways to tackle a yard waste removal project, and we’ll touch on each of the most efficient ways to get rid of green waste, yard debris, trees, tree limbs, and other yard waste in this guide.
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.
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?
Waste Management (WM) offers 20, 30, and 40 yard roll-off dumpsters for rent in most areas. The 20 yard dumpster is the smallest size and the most commonly rented option that WM offers for temporary dumpsters. Nationwide, the average cost to rent a dumpster from Waste Management is $524.
Determining which size dumpster is right for your particular cleanup job is critically important. Getting a container that is too small can lead to overage charges and/or delays in clearing the unwanted junk from your home or business.