20922, 21311, 24824

Get a 10, 20, 30 or 40 yard construction dumpster from Zters for your construction or demolition project. We can accommodate residential and commercial customers. Our friendly, knowledgeable team will help you choose the right one based on the type of debris and the project.

Chad's LLC

3170 S. Walnut St., Bloomington IN 47401

Serving Bloomington and Monroe County Indiana, Chad’s Towing & Recovery, LLC is the area’s leading choice for towing, dumpster rental, recovery and roadside service and assistance, and much more! Our extensive fleet of top-of-the-line trucks, wreckers, and specialty equipment enable ...

Waste-A-Way

1879 E Smithville Rd, Bloomington IN 47401

Originally established in 1976, Waste-A-Way Systems has been Bloomington, IN and surrounding areas’ trusted trash hauling and recycling company. Our experience and equipment make us your one-stop shop for all your waste removal needs.

Construction Dumpster Tips for Columbus, IN

Construction Dumpsters

What size construction dumpster should I rent?

20 yard dumpster Standing at an average of 3.5 - 4 feet tall, this is another great option for small to midsize construction and demolition projects, especially heavy debris, like concrete and roofing shingles. 30 yard dumpster This dumpster is designed for medium to large construction projects and is a great option for interior demolition projects, barn demo, and more. 40 yard dumpster 40 yard dumpsters are a great option for large construction job site cleanups and are the largest option at most dumpster rental companies. Note: Dumpster sizes vary from one company to the next, so make sure you discuss your dumpster needs with each company you speak to and determine whether or not they can meet those needs.

How do I get the best deal on a construction dumpster?

  1. Rent local, not national. On average, the cost of renting a 20 yard dumpster from Waste Management was $524 compared to $367 from a local hauler.  Local haulers are over $150 cheaper!
  2. Avoid high-priced brokers. They appear local at first glance but are actually out-of-state middlemen that do not own any dumpsters. Instead, they charge a 10-20% increase to pass that order on to a local hauler, skimming the extra cost off the top for themselves.
  3. Get multiple quotes. Reach out to multiple dumpster providers to compare costs and weight allowances. When reaching out to companies, be prepared with as much information about your project as possible. This will help to ensure you choose the right dumpster for your project needs.
  4. Choose the right size. The cost of renting a dumpster increases with the size of the container, so it's smart to get the smallest dumpster you need. However, if you get a dumpster that is too small, you’ll have to pay double to rent the dumpster twice, so don’t skimp on size to save a buck; it may backfire.
Learn more: Renting Construction Dumpsters: A DIY Guide to Construction Debris Removal