Rent Roll Off Dumpsters
What is the difference between a Roll Off Dumpster and a Construction Dumpster?
Nothing. A construction dumpster is a roll off dumpster that is used at a construction site. In some cases, the construction site dumpster may have additional restrictions on the materials that should be put in it. This is generally the case when the materials in the dumpster are intended for recycling, such as wood and metal scraps, concrete bricks, and other recyclable job site debris.
Some companies spell roll off dumpster differently. You may see rolloff dumpster or roll-off dumpster. You may also call it a roll-off container. These are all the same thing.
If you are from across the pond, you may call roll off dumpsters a skip or skip bin. While the design may vary slightly in other countries, these waste bins serve the same purpose.
How much will a roll off dumpster cost?
The cost to rent a roll off dumpster depends on what size you need and how long you need it. Your fee may also vary if you need multiple pickups, exceed the allotted tonnage, or if your area has additional disposal fees for any items you put in the dumpster.
Regardless of what you call your movable waste container, we have a local provider that can help you dispose of your unwanted waste and debris.
Finding a quality, local service provider is simple!
- Fill out the Free Quote form so we know what you need.
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- Place your order and enjoy a hassle-free experience, so you can focus on the things that really matter in life.
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DIY Demolition Dumpster
Planning a demo day that would make your favorite interior design gurus proud? You are going to need a dumpster for that. The need for a roll off dumpster is often overlooked when homeowners plan DIY demolitions and renovations. These projects may not seem that big at first, but before long your normal curbside collection bin will be overflowing. Depending on what you are removing, your curbside collection provider may not even accept your demolition debris or bulk waste.
Ordering a demo day dumpster will save you mess and aggravation. Construction dumpsters, or roll off dumpsters, are designed to handle almost anything you can throw at them (or in them). A tough, durable and large capacity roll off dumpster is exactly what you need for your demolition and renovation project.
Avoid Unexpected Charges
Not sure what size dumpster you need? Talk to one of our prescreen providers. They are true dumpster experts and can help you pick the right dumpster size for your needs. Picking the correct size is important if you want to avoid unexpected fees.
If you fill your dumpster before you are done with your project, you will require an additional pickup and return service. Unless this service was included in your quote, you can expect an added fee for this service.
Disposing of dense materials?
Heavy demolition debris like concrete, dirt or tree stumps can quickly add up when it comes to the total weight of your dumpster contents. If you exceed the approved weight for your dumpster rental, you can expect to find a tonnage overage fee on your final bill.
Avoid these charges by ordering the right dumpster. Ask a qualified dumpster rental provider what type of dumpster and what size dumpster is right for you.
Choose Your Location
Are you tearing up a sidewalk, removing a driveway, home foundation or concrete swimming pool? A concrete roll off dumpster might be exactly what you need. These dumpster have a different fill capacity and tonnage limit to accommodate heavy and dense materials. Concrete dumpsters can be filled with crushed concrete, bricks and concrete blocks. You may also be able to mix asphalt or broken pavement. Be sure to keep trash and other contaminants out of the mix.
Have a lot of boxes to get rid of? Choose an environmentally friendly option and recycle them. Cardboard recycling dumpsters are another common type of roll off dumpster rental. These dumpsters are meant to collect cardboard boxes and other cardboard scraps. Be sure to break down all boxes to maximize the space available in the dumpster.
FAQ: Roll Off Dumpsters
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What can I put in a roll off dumpster?
Roll off dumpsters can hold just about anything you would commonly find at home or on a construction site, but there are a few exceptions. Hazardous materials and materials that can harm the environment require special disposal. Some of these materials, such as motor oil and asbestos, are standard across the country. Other materials may vary from state to state.
In most cases, appliances, batteries, electronics, latex paint, auto parts, tires, asbestos and other hazardous waste are prohibited. Your local roll off dumpster provider will be able to answer any questions you have about materials that are or are not allowed to be disposed of in your roll off dumpster.
Be thorough when describing how you will use your dumpster and what you plan to put in it. This will help your provider give you the most accurate answer and pricing.