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.
Most people rent dumpsters that are 10, 15, 20, 30, or 40 yards long. Don't think that these dumpsters are that long or wide. Dumpsters can be very helpful for people who are putting on events, cleaning out their homes, or working on projects that will make a lot of trash.
How can you figure out what size dumpster to rent for your business or home project? Here is a guide that will help:
Small 10- to 15-Cubic Yard Dumpsters: These are small dumpsters that are best for a small cleanup job outside that mostly involves plant waste. It is also great for keeping a room clean.
Size 20 Medium Dumpsters: This is the most common size dumpster. It is big enough to take up a floor, do a lot of landscaping, take down a deck, work on the roof, remodel a bedroom or kitchen. The size is just right for most projects.
Large 30- to 40-Cubic-Yard Dumpsters: At this size, the dumpster containers are very big. 30–40 cubic yards is a lot of space and is made for big jobs like tearing down a building or adding on to a house.
If you need help figuring out what size dumpster you need, our customer service reps are always here to help. You can also use our dumpster weight calculator to get a rough idea of what size dumpster you need. Before making your final choice, we want you to call us first. We don't give all the details here because we like to talk to potential clients first so we can make a solution that fits their needs perfectly. You don't even have to think hard about what size dumpster you need. On our end, we take care of that.
Contact us to find out about the different sizes of dumpster containers, how prices are set, etc. If you make the wrong choices, you could end up paying more than you should or not having enough room for your junk. If you don't do it right, renting a roll off can cost you a lot of money, so bigger isn't always better. Choosing dumpster sizes is not an exact science, but experience can help.
When you work with us, you can be sure that you'll get high-quality service at a price you can afford. All of these extra costs, like generator tax, tipping, administrative fees, hauling, and fuel, are included in our total cost. Our simple pricing makes renting a dumpster as easy as possible.
We also need to know what kind of trash or junk you have at your home or business. We promise to make it easy for you to rent a roll off dumpster. Before we can get to the final number, we have to figure out all of these parts.
The prices for all of our dumpsters are different:
Also, different uses affect how much a dumpster costs:
Please give us a call so we can give you a price quote for your project that is accurate.
The best thing to do is talk to the Lodi government so you can find out how things work. Whether or not you need a roll off rental permit depends on where you want to put the container and what your city's rules are for using public property. Call us so we can tell you more about how everything works. In the end, this is a question about who owns what: the public or the private. If the dumpster ends up in your front yard, backyard, or driveway, you don't need a permit from the city office. Now, if the dumpster ends up on the curb, sidewalk, or street because there's nowhere else to put it on your property, you'll need to get paperwork from the city.