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.
A 20-yard roll-off dumpster can hold about 8 pick-up trucks worth of trash. 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.
Even if you still don't know how much trash a 10, 15, 20, 30, or 40-cubic-yard dumpster can hold, that's fine. We can understand if you still don't know how to use the different sizes of trash roll-offs. It's hard to imagine how much a 10-cubic yard can hold. Now that you can picture it, it's easier to figure out which size is right for you. A 40-cubic-yard dumpster, on the other hand, can hold as much trash as 16 pickup trucks.
But this shouldn't be a big deal because we have people who can help you find the right dumpster. This size is also great for small building projects or home renovations. For small projects, a size 10 container would be enough. The size 40 roll-off container, on the other hand, is needed for manors and mansions.
Pay attention to how much each of our dumpsters can hold. If you go over the weight limit, it can cause a lot of problems, not the least of which is that your trash could end up on the street on the way to the dump because the container broke. If you're planning a big renovation, get a big dumpster, but if it's just a small landscaping job, a small dumpster will do. If you rent a 10-yard dumpster, your trash can't weigh more than 6,000 pounds. If you get a 40-yard container, it can't weigh more than 16,00 pounds. Call our phone so you can tell us everything we need to know about your problem.
Rent prices are harder to figure out if you don't look at everything first. We look at how long the dumpster will be on your property, what's in it, what kind of dumpster it is, and how much the sanitary landfill fee is. But if you call us right now, we can tell you for free how much you should expect to pay for our services. Be ready to answer some important questions, though, since your answers will help us decide what type and size of dumpster to send to your location.
Think about the different types of dumpsters, which will affect the price.
The amount of trash you put in the container is a big part of how much it will cost to rent. The cost goes up with the weight of the trash, which makes sense since more fuel will be used to move the items.
To keep things simple, the bigger the dumpster, the more it will cost. This is why it's very important that your estimate of how much trash you have is accurate. The people who work for us can't wait to help you. Call us right away so that we can get started right away.
Make sure to talk to the right office in Greenacres and find out how to go about the process, how much a dumpster permit costs, and how long you have to wait for it to be approved. Yes, you do need to apply for a permit, but only if you meet the following conditions. You should stay away from those two. The homeowner's association, on the other hand, may be a different story, since it may have its own rules about renting a dumpster. You need a permit from the city office if you put the dumpster right on the street, pavement, curb, or sidewalk. The paperwork should say how long you can leave the dumpster on the street.
If you park a rented dumpster on a private driveway, you don't need a permit, so don't worry if the container fits on your property. So, neighbors and association officers won't be able to say anything bad about you.