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Garbage Bin & Dumpster Rental Alternative
Nobody wants a giant, ugly garbage bin rental in front of their property. When you hire 1-800-GOT-JUNK? for your junk hauling needs, you’ll avoid all the inconveniences that come with a dumpster rental – including ugly disposal bins blocking your driveway.
Unlike dumpster rental companies, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? takes appliances, scrap metal, electronics, and organic material. Best of all, we’ll do all the heavy lifting for you!
Why 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is better than a disposal bin rental
We base our prices on volume, or how much space your junk takes up in our truck. We’ll come to your house and give you an all-inclusive price estimate based on the junk you want to get rid of.
After we load you junk and haul it away, we ensure that it gets recycled, reused, and donated whenever possible. All you have to do is point! We’ll arrive with smiles on our faces, and by the time we leave, you’ll be smiling too!
When you’re ready to clear out that unwanted junk, don’t waste your time with costly dumpster rental services. Just give 1-800-GOT-JUNK? a call, and let us take care of it for you.
Do I need a permit to rent a dumpster?
If you plan on renting a dumpster and placing in on the street, on a sidewalk, or on public property, you’ll need a permit. If the dumpster is on your driveway or private property, you do not need a permit.
Permits take time and money to obtain. If you live in an apartment or housing complex, you may have a hard time figuring out where to park your disposal bin. However, junk haulers do not require permits to be on your property.
How do dumpster rentals work?
Dumpster rentals are typically used during a move, renovation projects, or spring cleaning. They are also primarily used to construction, moving, or yard waste.
When you use a trash bin rental, the company will bring a large, open container to your property. You are responsible for filling it with scrap and rubbish. When you're done, the company will haul it away.
Are dumpster rentals expensive?
The cost of renting a dumpster is much more than the advertised rental fee. Many rental companies also charge for the disposal of your junk, a price that’s often based on your junk’s weight. Since it’s hard to estimate how much your stuff will weigh before you put it in, this cost can end up being more expensive than you anticipated.
The price of your disposal may also vary based on your location and how long you rent the dumpster for. Depending on the size of your job, this can add up quickly! If you need to park your bin on public property, you must also factor in the price of a permit.
How much does it cost to rent a trash dumpster?
The cost of renting a dumpster varies by your location, the size of the dumpster, the type of junk you’re throwing out, and how long you rent it for. In some cities, renting a dumpster can cost anywhere from $25-$300 a day. Weekly prices run higher, typically around $120-$620 a day. Monthly dumpster rentals can run up to $2,000 or more.
Some items such as tires, mattresses, and certain electronics, are banned from being dumped in the landfill, which means you may not be able to put them in your dumpster. Doing so may result in a fine, which is another price to add to your total cost.
What roll off dumpster size do I need?
Rental rubbish bins come in a variety of sizes. They're typically measured by cubic yards, and can vary in cost based on their size.
Here are some common roll-of dumpster sizes:
- 10 yard dumpster (12 ft. long x 8 ft. wide x 3.5 ft. high)
- 20 yard dumpster (22 ft. x 8 ft. wide x 4 ft. high)
- 30 yard dumpsters (22 ft. long x 8 ft. wide x 6 ft. high)
- 40 yard dumpster (22 ft. long x 8 ft. wide x 8ft. high)
To pick out the right size for your waste needs, make an estimate on how much waste you’ll be throwing away. Remember, dumpster rentals mean loading the junk in yourself - if you have a lot of junk, you may need special tool to help load into the bin.
What can I put in a roll-off dumpster?
Generally, anything you can put in your regular trash collection can be placed in a rental waste bin. This means that hazardous and hard-to-dispose-of materials, such as wet pains, chemicals, electronics, pianos, tires, treated wood, and other large pieces of furniture may not be accepted. Make sure to check what junk is accepted before renting a bin to avoid getting any surprise charges.
Dumpster vs junk removal - which is best?
During renovations, construction projects, spring cleaning, or yard maintenance, you may be torn between hiring a junk hauling service or renting a dumpster bin. However, when it comes to services offered, junk accepted, and pricing, it’s clear who the winner is.
Here’s why you should hire professional junk haulers:
- At 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, our pricing is based on size - no hidden fees, just an onsite, upfront quote.
- Our clean, shiny trucks do not need permits to park in the street.
- We make sure to recycle your junk whenever possible, and donate anything donate-able.
- We do all the heavy lifting for you – all you have to do is point!
- We accept all types of junk, even types that many traditional truck collection services don’t.
If you’d like to save some time, money, and a whole lot of effort, give 1-800-GOT-JUNK? a call. Our professional Truck Team Members will pull up to your house and get that junk out of your way in no time. It’s like magic!
How our service works:
- Schedule your No Contact Junk Removal service online or by calling 1-800-468-5865.
- Our friendly, uniformed truck team will call you 15-30 minutes before your scheduled 2-hour appointment window to let you know exactly when to expect us.
- When we arrive, we'll take a look at the items you want to be removed and provide you with an up-front all-inclusive price.
- We'll remove your items, being sure to only touch the items we're taking away, and sweep up the area. We'll then collect payment once the job is complete.