Dumpster Rental in Surfside, CA

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Serving Surfside, CA

Get prompt service and competitive pricing with Ceja & Son Hauling and Clean Up. We proudly service Orange County and surrounding areas offering expertise in dumpster rental, debris & junk removal, demolition, and excavation services. We stock 10 and 40 cubic yard dumpster for accommodating any size cleanup.

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Franco Roll Off Services Inc

Franco Roll Off Services Inc

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10700 Alameda St, Lynwood CA 90262

The experienced team at Franco Roll Off Services are here to help with all of your bulk waste disposal needs. We are a local, family-owned company committed to meeting our customers’ needs. We offer several dumpster sizes to choose from, and we are able to accommodate residential, commercial and industrial jobs.

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A. M. Disposal Co

A. M. Disposal Co

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4725 Durfee Ave, Pico Rivera CA 90660

Since 1953, A. M. Disposal Co. has provided residential and commercial services to the people of Los Angeles County for more than 60 years. We are proud to serve our community, providing dumpster rental, junk removal services, and more.

AAA Rubbish Inc

AAA Rubbish Inc

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6920 Foster Bridge Blvd, Bell Gardens CA 90201

AAA Rubbish was founded in 1924. We are located in Bell Gardens, California and serve the greater Los Angeles area. We treat our customers as we would want to be treated and provide reliable dumpster rental services.

Canyon Equipment Rental

Canyon Equipment Rental

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Serving Surfside, CA

The team at Canyon Equipment are committed to complete customer satisfaction. We’ll make sure to get your rented dumpster onsite when you need it. We offer three dumpster trailers sizes to choose from ranging from 7 to 12 cubic yards. Get fair, honest pricing and timely service with Canyon Equipment.

Dumpster Rental Tips

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Reminders When Renting a Construction Dumpster:

Don’t go over your dumpster's weight allowance. The weight capacity will vary depending on who you rent from and the dumpster size you rent. Going over the weight allowance will incur additional charges as high as $100 per ton.

Standard rental periods are seven days (varies by company). A per-day late fee is applicable for keeping the dumpster longer than your contract covers, so make sure you understand your dumpster rental period to avoid paying extra.

The type of waste/debris is important. Some rental companies have rules in place based on the type of debris. The weight allowance may vary depending on the debris you're throwing away. Some companies may not allow you to mix certain debris, like concrete and household trash for example.

Some waste is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, hazardous wastes, tires, automotive fluids, and batteries.

Many dumpster rental companies recycle. Make it easier for your dumpster rental company (and potentially less expensive for you) by separating recyclable materials when possible, like concrete, asphalt shingles, dirt, cardboard/paper, and scrap metal.

Common Construction Dumpster Sizes

The most common size construction dumpster are 10 yard, 20 yard, 30 yard, and 40 yard containers. Sizes and availability vary by company, so check with a couple of different companies to get the size you need.

Some rental providers specialize in compact dumpsters designed specifically for residential use (e.g., home renovations, remodeling projects, small cleanouts, and other small home projects).

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California Dumpster Rental Costs and Rental Information

California dumpster rental prices

The cost of renting a dumpster in California varies greatly depending upon the location (city), supply/demand, size of the container, type of debris, rental duration, and several other factors.

The best way to get an accurate picture of how much a dumpster costs in your area is to contact two or more local rental providers to request a free quote.

Based on several years of data collected by HometownDumpsterRental.com, we have determined the national average cost to rent a dumpster are as follows:

  • 10 yards - $300-$360*
  • 20 yards - $380-$456*
  • 30 yards - $440-$528*
  • 40 yards - $490-$588

*The costs in California may be higher or lower than these averages. The exact cost will vary based on location, type of debris and hauler. Check with local dumpster rental haulers to get an exact quote.

Closer to home, get an idea of what other California residents have paid for their dumpster rental:

  • 10 yard - $350 (Clean-loaded concrete debris)
  • 20 yard - $367 (Household debris)
  • 30 yard - $410 (Household junk)
  • 40 yard - $475 (Construction debris)

*Prices are highly variable depending upon your location and type of debris.


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Dumpster costs vary based on the city/metro you reside, as well as the other factors previously mentioned. For example, during the busy dumpster rental months (e.g., spring), containers are in limited supply, so costs may be slightly higher during this time. On the flip side, slow times of the year may net you a better deal on a dumpster.

How to rent a dumpster in four steps

Ensure the dumpster rental process goes smoothly using the simple steps outlined here:

1. Plan ahead – Renting a dumpster is generally not a spur of the moment thing. Determine your project’s disposal needs at least two weeks ahead of time. Call at least a week in advance to book the dumpster, or two week in advance during busy months (spring, summer and fall). That way you can rest assured knowing the dumpster will be there when you need it.

2. Get multiple quotes – Be sure you’re getting the best rate, service and container for your project by getting quotes from multiple rental providers. We recommend at least two or three.

3. Prep for drop-off – Make sure the drop off location has easy access and no obstructions, such as cars, kid’s toys, or even fences (if applicable).

4. Follow the loading guidelines – Avoid the headaches later on and: Don’t over-fill the dumpster, avoid disposing of prohibited items (e.g., hazardous wastes), don’t mix trash in with clean loads (e.g., concrete only), and follow other guidelines given to you by the dumpster rental company.

C&D debris makes up about 29% of the solid waste stream in CA

That’s a big chunk of the waste trucked to landfills each year. The thing is that C&D debris is almost entirely recyclable. Materials like asphalt, concrete, roofing shingles, and lumber can be broken down and recycled into new materials.

If renting a dumpster for a home renovation or roofing project, ask the dumpster rental provider if they recycle construction debris. That way you can source separate debris as necessary.


TIP: This may actually save you money in the end since it’s less expensive for the waste hauler to drop off at a recycling facility compared to the tipping fees at landfills.


To find a C&D recycler near you, check out CalRecycle’s C&D Debris Recyclers Database.