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.
The sizes of these dumpsters are measured in cubic yards, which makes it easy to remember how much trash goes in each one. However, when choosing the right container size, you also need to think about the type of trash and the size of the area. Standard sizes for our dumpsters are 10 cubic yards, 15 cubic yards, 20 cubic yards, 30 cubic yards, and 40 cubic yards.
Commercial sites sell clothes in size 40. Just think about it: our 10 yard dumpster can hold as much junk as three full loads of a standard-sized pick-up truck bed. We can help you figure out what size dumpster you need. The largest piece of equipment we have is a 40-yard dumpster.
This can hold up to six full loads of trash from a regular pick-up truck. It's perfect if you want to remodel a room or plan to put a roof on a 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. Choose the smaller dumpster size unless you have a mountain of trash to throw away.
If you have a big project that involves a lot of hauling and getting rid of heavy materials, then you should get the biggest dumpster. Another way to think about this is that if you rent a 10-yard dumpster, your trash can't weigh more than 6,000 pounds. If you think your trash will weigh more than 16,000 pounds, you should rent a 40-yard dumpster. 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. Call us and we'll help you through the selection process and make sure you always pick the right size dumpster.
Renting a dumpster to get rid of trash at home or at work will make your life a lot easier. When you don't know how much you will have to spend, it's hard to plan ahead for container rentals. To figure out how much a dumpster costs, you have to think about its type, size, location, availability, rental period, the amount of trash, and any local laws about how to get rid of trash. The price of a dumpster really depends on its type, size, location, availability, rental period, amount of trash, and even the city's waste disposal laws, as there may be extra fees for a certain type of trash.
Think about the different types of dumpsters, which will affect the price.
Concrete and bricks cost more to throw away because they are heavy and need more fuel to move around. Do know that fuel costs and other operating costs can be a lot higher when you dump heavy things. When sensitive items are involved, you may have to pay extra. Find out what you can throw away in the dumpster.
It's obvious that bigger containers will cost more, but it's also important to remember that the price will also depend on how many containers are available and how long you rent them for. The people who work for us can't wait to help you. Prices for dumpsters are based on the size of the container, its availability, and how long you rent it for.
Do talk to Rexburg about it so they can tell you how to get a dumpster permit, how much it will cost, and how long it will take for your permit to be ready. Yes, you do need to apply for a permit, but only if you meet the following conditions. So, you will still be able to use your driveway while the remodeling is going on. This is also something that business owners can do—they can park their rented dumpster on a public road so that their customers can still use the parking lot while construction is going on. Also, you will have to pay a small fee. Work on this ahead of time so that you can keep going with your project on schedule.
But if you're going to put the dumpster right on your property, you don't need a permit, even if the roll-off container stays on your property for a long time. You may still have to tell your homeowners' association how long the dumpsters you rented will be on your property, though.