10 Yard Dumpster in Elk Grove, CA
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Elk Grove offers economical solutions for homeowners in need of bulk waste disposal, such as home remodeling projects, yard waste or home cleanouts. The 10 cubic yard roll-off is 16 ft. x 7.6 ft. x 4 ft. (LxWxH), and it fits well in small areas and driveways.
Atlas has the solution for all your disposal needs. We have 10 yard open-top dumpsters and 10 yard concreate washout containers in stock. We’ll help you choose the ideal container for the job. We’ve offered responsive, professional waste services since 1998.
Quick and affordable service is standard at WR&R. You’ll get same-day service on every rental! Our 10 yard bin is perfect for loading heavy debris, such as concrete, dirt and sod. It features low sides for easier loading. Finish your debris cleanup today by calling WR&R.
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How much is a 10 yard roll-off dumpster?
Rental rates vary by location. A 10 yard container can run $200 for a 7-day rental in one location but be as high as $500 in another. Cities with a lower cost of living tend to have lower dumpster rental rates, and vice versa.
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Most 10 yard debris box rentals have an allotted weight limit of between 1 and 3 tons, some even higher. If you exceed the weight limit, you may be subject to overage fees. The national average is $50-$60 per ton for overage fees, but this may vary.
The best way to get an accurate idea of how much a 10 yard dumpster costs is to call any rental provider found here at Hometown to get a free quote. When calling, be sure to ask the rental company about overage fees, prohibited items, permit requirements and other fees that may apply.
How do dumpster rental companies protect my driveway?
When dropping off a roll off container, the driver can lay down plywood to protect the driveway. Be sure to ask for this service, as not all dumpster rental companies do this without the customer specifically asking them to.
Alternatively, you can go with a dumpster trailer, which is on wheels rather than having feet. Wheels are easier on concrete or asphalt surfaces. Not all rental providers offer dumpster trailers, so you may have to call around.