Residential Dumpster Rentals: How to Make a Selection

DATE: Nov, 11   COMMENTS: 0   AUTHOR: Allan Azarola

What you choose in a residential dumpster rental will hinge on the type of cleanup project you’re undertaking. You can use this type of dumpster to dispose of office trash, wood, drywall, or lighter weight renovation debris. You can also choose from a wide range of sizes when making a selection.

Before you make a dumpster selection however, you’ll need to select a local dumpster rental company – a reputable business close to your home’s location.

How to Narrow Down the Choice for a Dumpster Rental Company

Residential dumpster rentals come in 3-yard, 10-yard, 15-yard, 20-yard, and 40-yard sizes. Therefore, you want to find a dumpster company that has this type of wide-ranging selection. You’ll also want to follow the tips below.

1. Decide on the size of the dumpster you need. This will depend on the amount of waste you have and the type of project you are doing.

2. Choose a company similar to Just Rubbish Removal that might be offering discounts for multiple rentals, allows you to rent a dumpster for longer periods, or bundles that include dumpster and other cleanup services if needed.

3. Make sure the company you choose is licensed and insured.

4. Ask about any additional fees that may be associated with the rental, such as delivery charges or environmental surcharges.

5. Find out what types of payment the company accepts and make sure you have a credit card or check ready for the rental.

How to Select the Right Dumpster Size

When it comes to choosing a dumpster for your residential cleanup project, size is an important consideration.. You need to make sure you select a dumpster size that can accommodate all of the waste from your project.

Here are some tips to help you select the right size:

  • First, take inventory of all the waste you anticipate will generate from your project.
  • Once you have an idea of the amount of waste, consider the type of waste as well. Some materials may require a larger dumpster than others.
  • If you are still unsure, ask the opinion of a professional. They can help you select a size that is right for your project.
  • Ask about the materials that are not accepted. These materials usually include electronics, concrete, dirt, paint, tires, stucco, ceramic tiles, and hazardous waste.

If you have cardboard, metal, or glass to remove, check on recycling options.

The company you select should be customer-friendly and also offer options for commercial clean-ups. Make sure you choose the  go-to dumpster rental company in your community. They should have the proven experience needed to make your clean-up easy and hassle-free.

Author Bio-

Ashley Rodriguez is an administrative analyst and customer service expert at Bins 4 Less, Inc. She has over two years of direct experience in the waste hauling industry and a lifetime of knowledge from her family’s business. She has refined the customer service experience and helped hundreds of customers find the right dumpster for their projects.


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