Here are the four most common dumpster sizes in Lexington and some of the most common jobs that call for each size. 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 Lexington. 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.
Renting a dumpster is a good way to clean up a big mess, whether you're remodeling your home or cleaning out your business. If you're going to rent a roll-off bin, you might not know how to do it right. There are, in fact, a few things you should know about renting.
Before you get a roll-off container, check Lexington's laws to see if you need a permit. There may be more instructions from Lexington about where to put the dumpster once it gets to your property.
Make sure you don't throw away things that the company renting you the dumpster or the landfill where the things you're throwing away won't let you. For example, most landfills won't let you dump all of the following items, either because of rules set by the rental company or because of rules set by the city, state, and federal governments:
If you think a substance might be dangerous, flammable, or smelly, you should check with your rental company before putting it in the canister to be safe.
Most of the time, it's hard to figure out what size roll off container you need for your project or job site. That's why we've made a short tutorial that should give you a general idea of what size canister would work best for your project.
Use your best judgment when following any set of rules. But if you have any questions or are still not sure about the right size bin for your job, give us a call and we may be able to help you figure out what will work best for you.
Dumpster companies bring empty bins to the place you tell them to. Once you've filled the bin with trash, they'll take it to a dump or recycling center. The cost of getting a roll-off container depends on a number of things, such as the size of the container needed, the weight of the trash, the location of the landfill, and the cost of transportation.
What kind of trash
The type of trash affects the price because North Carolina waste management services have to send out the right-sized bin and find a good place to dump it. When compared to non-decomposable, non-recyclable, and dangerous materials, landfills and recycling plants charge less for things that break down and can be reused. These things have a direct effect on what you charge.
Costs related to transportation
The cost of a rental includes things like the cost of gas and the cost of a delivery driver. Transportation costs go up because more fuel is used. This is mostly because drop-offs and trips to landfills and recycling transfer stations are farther away. Fuel prices also affect the price of roll-off containers because when gas prices go up, so do roll-off container prices.
Garbage volume and weight
The amount of trash determines the size of the trash can, while the weight of the trash determines the equipment used by the hauler. Large dumpsters and complicated tools cost more than small containers and easy-to-use tools. You might want to figure out how much and how big your job's trash is so you can ask for the right size bin.