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Who should I contact for my dumpster rental needs?

To ensure you get the best services and the best price possible, we recommend reaching out to at least three different local dumpster service providers.

Local dumpster rental service providers almost always offer better customer service, availability, and prices, and Hometown makes it easy to request quotes from dumpster rental companies near you to be sure you get the best roll off dumpster price and great services.

How much does dumpster rental cost?

The national average cost to rent a dumpster is $250-$750, but dumpster rental prices vary based on:

  • Size of the dumpster you rent
  • Local landfill and/or recycling fees
  • The dumpster rental company you choose

What size dumpster should I rent?

Determining which size dumpster is right for your particular cleanup job is important because choosing a dumpster that's too small means you have to pay for the dumpster to be dropped off and picked up twice, or overage fees that can add up quickly.

If you choose a dumpster that's too big, you'll end up paying for more dumpster than you need. (However, we always recommend airing on the side of caution and going with the bigger dumpster if you're ever on the fence between sizes.)