Construction projects can be a daunting task. Although the finished project is worth it, planning out the project can take a lot of time. One of the biggest items commonly missed is how to get rid of the demo and extra waste create when undertaking a construction project. Don’t worry because at Waste Removal USA, we have your best interest in mind.
What to Look for When Renting a Construction Dumpster in Your Local Area?
Construction dumpster rental projects are broken down to 3 variables:
Size of dumpster
The size of the dumpster container can range from 10 yards all the way up to 40 yards. It is important to factor in all of the debris and waste which will be dumped into the container. As construction projects can take some time, you might need multiple dumpsters throughout the project. Be careful not to rent a dumpster too big, as it might have to be rented for a long period of time. It might also get in the way of other machinery, which could be needed to complete the project.
Weight capacity is also another factor that has a broad range. As a result, your weight capacity could be as low as 1 ton, or as high as 10 tons. When renting a dumpster, make sure to account for the weight of the waste or junk to be removed. A 20-yard container filled with insulation weighs much less than when filled with drywall.
The final variable is the rental period. When renting a dumpster make sure to ask how many days are included in the price. Also, ask how much extra it would cost for keeping it beyond the rental period. Pricing can range anywhere from $10-$20 per day. Therefore, it is a very important question to ask.
The size of the dumpster, weight capacity, and rental period are all very important when renting a dumpster. Don’t let an initial low-price fool you. When you call one of our trained associates, we will walk through your entire project, so you address all 3 factors.
Common Projects for Construction Dumpster Rentals
Replacement of a retaining wall
What Can Go in a Construction Roll Off Container
A roll off container used for construction material can accept almost any type of debris or junk. It is the most common type used. As a result, there are only a few restrictions which can be seen by visiting our FAQ page.
What Happens If Restricted Material Is Thrown into The Dumpster
When throwing away restricted items such as tires, paint cans, and other chemicals, you will be charged a disposal fee. Many times the landfills or transfer stations will not accept these materials. As a result, they charge a fine for each restricted item which is within your dumpster container. In addition, disposal of restricted materials is bad for the earth, so we recommend not disposing of these items in the container. If you have questions about where to throw these items away in your Local Area, please contact our office at 844-762-8449 and speak to one of our team members.
Why Choose Us
Our Customer-First model puts you first every time, so our experienced associates will take the time to understand your project. Our experienced associates will answer questions like how to open the dumpster door to the best way to tackle your junk removal project. So if you need a temporary roll off dumpster for a residential or commercial project, we are here for you.