20922, 30787, 30234, 23057

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.

KC Roll-Off

105 11th Street Terrace, Tonganoxie KS 66086

KC Roll-Off offers roll-off dumpster rentals for construction and demolition projects, basement cleanouts, estate cleanouts, and so much more. Our crew also provides junk removal services if you would rather not do the heavy lifting or hard work yourself! Get a free price estimate by contacting us today.

Leavcor LLC

Serving Oskaloosa, KS

Leavcor, LLC is a locally owned and operated business offering roll-off dumpsters in and around the Northeast Kansas area. We offer fast dumpster rental and competitive pricing. Contact us today to discuss your disposal needs and we’ll happily provide a free construction dumpster quote.

MI-T-BIN LLC

11616 Kaw Drive, Bonner Springs KS 66111

At MI-T-BIN, we cater to the do-it-yourselfer and contractors performing just about any size construction or demolition project. Dispose of your C&D debris quickly, safely and affordably with one of our 10, 15 or 20 yard roll-off dumpsters. These bins are easy to load and driveway-friendly.

Construction Dumpster Tips for Oskaloosa, KS

Construction Dumpsters

How much do construction dumpsters cost?

You can expect to pay at least $250 for a 10 yard container and at least $550 for a 40 yard dumpster rental.

Rental costs vary quite a bit and are affected by a number of things, like your location, the dumpster size you choose, the duration of the rental, the weight and type of debris, and more.

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 $550 compared to $450 from a local hauler.  Local haulers are around $100 cheaper on average!

  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 to rent a construction 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.

Keep reading: Contractor’s Guide to Renting a Dumpster for Large Construction or Demolition Jobs