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How can I get the best deal on my construction dumpster?
Work out a deal with a dumpster rental company you plan to use on an ongoing basis. If you provide lots of business for them, they’ll most likely be willing to offer special contractor’s pricing.
Learn more: Contractor's Guide to Renting Construction Dumpsters
Ask the dumpster provider if they offer discounts for renting multiple dumpsters.
Some rental companies offer discounts for veterans, seniors, or other classifications.
Call at least 2 - 3 companies before committing to one to ensure you’re getting the best deal. Use one price quote as leverage to get a better price from a competitor.
Don’t immediately go with a big-name national dumpster rental company, because that doesn’t guarantee a low cost or quality customer service. It’s generally better to choose a local hauler to handle your needs, assuming they can accommodate the disposal needs of the job site. They’ll often treat you as a top priority customer and may be more willing to offer discounts.
What size construction dumpster should I rent?
Depending on the size and scope of your project, a 10 yard dumpster may be plenty; while other situations may call for a 40 yard dumpster or larger.
2 cubic yards of construction and demolition debris weighs roughly one ton (varies by debris type).
When clean-loading heavy, high-density debris, like shingles or concrete, smaller containers, like 10 or 20 yard dumpsters are generally used. Many rental companies will require the use of smaller containers for heavy materials for the sake of keeping weight at a level that can still be physically hauled away by the dumpster truck.
The dumpster rental providers you speak to will be able to help you choose the best dumpster size for your project needs.
Learn more: Renting Construction Dumpsters: A DIY Guide to Construction Debris Removal