We all have to rent a dumpster once or twice in our lives, and you will absolutely need one when you are remodeling your home. You will be tearing out cabinets and walls; a lot of destruction will be going on.
1. How long do you need the rental? When you rent a roll-off dumpster, usually, they give it to you for a week or two. Most small renovation projects should only take 1-2 weeks. If you have a larger project, such as building a section onto your house, you will have to work out the details when you call them up or visit their website.
2. Rent dumpsters locally. If you rent from your local roll-off service, then you will pay a lower price. This is because a lot of your local rental services are locally and family-owned. They don’t have the overhead expenses of a Waste Management or Allied Waste, which causes them almost always to be more expensive. Rent local and save money.
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3. What do weekly dumpster rentals cost? This price depends on the area of the country you live in and can drastically change from state to state. The price also varies depending on the dumpster size as the price changes considerably from size to size. Check out the resources below to get a detailed understanding of dumpster sizes and pricing.
4. Compare Local Companies You should call at least 2-3 roll-off rental services to compare pricing, featured services, and check what dumpster sizes they have available.
Many companies don’t like to post their pricing on websites; they like the phone calls. Gather the pricing for all dumpster rentals you call and use it for ammunition. Most roll-off rental services will match or beat the competitor’s pricing.
Not all companies hold in inventory the same size dumpsters as other companies. Most rental service companies will have common sizes; 10 yard, 20 yard, and 30-yard dumpsters. Some specialize in smaller dumpsters such as the smaller projects, such as the 3, 6, and 9-yard dumpster sizes. Some specialize in holding the bigger dumpsters like a 40 yard, usually used for construction projects.