Here are the four most common dumpster sizes in Carol City, as well as some common projects that call for each one. Check it out, and if you still have questions, you can call us and we'll be happy to answer them.
About four pick-up trucks' worth of trash can fit in a 10 yard roll-off container. They are often used for small projects like remodeling a bathroom or kitchen, cleaning out a garage or basement, replacing a small roof up to 1500 square feet, or taking down a small deck up to 500 square feet.
About eight pick-up trucks' worth of trash can fit in a 20-yard roll-off container. They are often used to remove carpet or flooring from a large house, clean out a large garage or basement, replace a roof up to 3000 square feet, or take down a deck up to 400 square feet.
About 12 pick-up trucks' worth of trash can fit in a 30 yard roll-off container. They are often used for big home additions, building a new house, tearing down a garage, replacing siding or windows on a small to medium-sized house, and so on.
About 16 pick-up trucks' worth of trash can fit in a 40-yard roll-off container. They are often used for big projects like building or remodeling a big house, cleaning out a business, or replacing the siding or windows on a big house.
There are a number of things that affect how much it costs to rent a dumpster in Carol City. These include the size of the dumpster, the type of debris, the weight of the debris, how long you rent it for, and how much your county charges for landfill fees. Most of the time, though, the price will be between $300 and $750. Give us a call if you want to know the exact price for everything.
How dumpster sizes are decided is by how many cubic yards a container can hold. For example, a 10-yard container can hold 10 yards of garbage or dumpster contents. Most of the time, the sizes of canisters range from 10 yards to 40 yards in 10-yard steps. Estimating how much trash a job will make is hard, so it's best to call a container rental company in Carol City and ask them to help you figure out the right size for the job. Here are some more ideas for renting that may help you:
Remember that if the roll-off container is going to be put on a street, you may need to get a permit from the Carol City city office.
If the roll-off container is going to be put on your property, make sure it is not put on grass or soft ground. The units are pretty heavy, so if they're not supported properly, a lot of damage could be done.
Even if the container will be put on a concrete or asphalt driveway, you might want to put plywood under the wheels of the roll off to keep the driveway from getting damaged.
What you shouldn't put in a roll-off container
When the waste or debris from your project has been put into the roll-off container, you can call the company that rented it to you and have them pick it up and take it to a recycling center, transfer station, or landfill.
It can be hard to figure out what size roll-off container you need for your specific task or job site. So, we've put together a small tips guide to help you get a general idea of what size container will work best for your job.
Use your best judgment when following any set of rules. But if you still have questions or aren't sure about the right size canister for the job, give us a call and we'll help you figure out what will work best.
If you want to rent a roll-off dumpster and want to know how much it costs in Carol City, you might want to compare the prices of different rental companies in the area.
Still, when you compare things, you should make sure to compare apples to apples. To do this, you will need to know how rental prices are figured out. Here are the most important things that can affect your price:
1. Where it is
The price will depend on where you live. Most of the time, prices in Florida's big cities are higher than prices in the state's smaller cities.
2. Distance from the place where you drop off and throw away
If the rental company has to drive a long way to get to where you want to put the unit or where the trash will be dumped, you can expect to pay more than someone who lives closer.
3. Size and how much it can hold
The sizes of containers are given in cubic yards. The price will go up as the yardage goes up. Canisters with the same yardage but different side heights can have different amounts of space inside. Costs go up as total capacity goes up.
4. Disposal costs
The rental company has to get rid of the trash you put in the trash can, which can cost different amounts. The type of trash can also change how much it costs to rent a space.