Roll Off Dumpsters in Grayling, MI
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Zters rents temporary dumpsters ideal for home cleanouts, construction, demolition and any type of waste cleanup. We offer competitively-priced containers and convenient, professional service over the phone. We'll get the dumpster delivered to your property or job site quickly and positioned where it’s most convenient for you. We offer 10 yard, 20 yard, 30 and 40 yard roll off containers.
Ausable Dumpster, Inc. offers 10 yard, 15 yard, and 20 yard roll off dumpster rentals in the Grayling, MI area. Don't hesitate to contact a member of our friendly and helpful staff to receive a free estimate.
L & L Hauling Services is located in Houghton Lake, Michigan and serves the surrounding areas. We specialize in hauling services but also offer dirt removal, roll off dumpster rental, demolition, garbage removal, and more.
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Cost of renting roll-offs by size
Rental costs for a 10 yard bin in some locations can be as low as $200 for a 7-day rental, while in other parts of the country rates run $400+ for the same size container. It all depends upon where you live, weight of the debris, type of waste and length of the rental period.
Bigger dumpsters – such as 20, 30 and 40 yard boxes -- cost more to rent. An important part of getting the best price on a roll off dumpster is to check pricing at least two rental providers to make sure you’re getting fair market value. It’s a great bargaining tool, as well.
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Other potential fees to know about includes:
- Overage charges
- Late fees for keeping the container extra days
- “Special” wastes disposal, such as tires or e-waste
How much do various wastes weigh?
The weight of debris can vary greatly. For example:
- Household junk and trash: 800 lbs. per yard
- Concrete or asphalt: 2,400 lbs. per yard
- Lumber: 400 lbs. per yard
- Yard wastes: 600 lbs. per yard
- Earth or sand: 2,100 – 3,000 lbs. per yard
Exceeding the weight allowance of your roll-off can incur overage charges ranging from $50 to $100 per ton.