- What size do you need?
- How much will it cost?
- Do you need a permit?
- What about recycling?
What Size Dumpster Do You Need?
Here are the 4 most common dumpster sizes used in Sanger and some projects each is commonly used for. Have a look and if you still have questions give us a call at 940-263-0363, we’ll gladly answer them.
10 Yard Dumpster
20 Yard Dumpster
30 Yard Dumpster
40 Yard Dumpster
How Much Does it Cost To Rent a Rolloff in Sanger
There are several factors that affect the exact rental dumpster rental prices in Sanger including dumpster size, debris type, debris weight, rental period, and landfill charges in your county. But, typically you can expect the price to be somewhere between $300 and $750. To get a quote on an exact all-inclusive price, give us a call at 940-263-0363.
A Few Things To Watch Out For Before Looking For A Canister
The number of cubic yards which can be carried with a container is the way dumpster sizes are calculated. For instance, a 10-yard container will be able to hold 10 yards of rubbish or dumpster contents. More times than not, container sizes range from 10 yards to 40 yards in 10-yard increments. Figuring out the amount of debris that will be generated from a job can be very difficult, it is almost always best to give a call to a canister rental provider in Sanger to assist you in figuring out the size that will be ideal for the task you’re undertaking. Following are some other rental tips that may be good for you:
It is important to remember that when the roll off container will be placed on a road, obtaining a permit from the Sanger city office might be necessary.
If it turns out the roll-off canister will be set on your property, ensure it is not put on any grassy areas or soft ground. The units are really heavy and and so, significant damage can be done if they are not supported properly.
Even if it’s the case that the canister will be set on a concrete or asphalt drive, think about using plywood under the roll off’s wheels to assist in preventing wear and tear to the drive.
Things That Should Not Be Put in a Roll Off Bin
- Paint cans
- Motor oil or automotive fluids
- Medications or medical waste
- Anything with freon, petroleum or gas
- Yard fertilizers or pool chemicals
- Bleach or family cleansers
When the clean up of the garbage or debris that came from your project is loaded into the roll-off canister, now you can contact your rental provider and they are going to pick up the container and have it hauled away to the recycling center, transfer station or landfill.
Steps For Deciding Which Is The Optimal Canister Size
The local dumpster providers typically offer multiple sizes to match your requirements. Roll-off canisters are sized in cubic yards. Typically, the sizes available range between 10 and 40 yards. Here are details of the various sizes:
A 10-yard canister has the capacity to hold 10 cubic yards of waste material. There’s no perfect way of selecting the ideal size, but a sense of how this size can be used is summarized below.
A 10-yarder is well suited for:
- 250 square feet deck removal
- Garage or cellar clean out debris
- Bathroom or small kitchen remodeling project
- 1500 square feet of single layer roof shingles
A 20-yard canister has the total capacity to fit 20 cubic yards of waste, which is something like 10 pickup loads of debris. Making this the most popular size due to its price, capacity and small footprint.
A 20-yarder is well suited for:
- Between 2500 and 3000 square feet of single layer roofing shingle debris
- Debris from garage, basement or loft cleaning
- Between 300 and 400 square feet of deck debris
- Carpeting and flooring removal from a bigger home
A 30-yard roll off has the ability to hold 30 cubic yards of waste material. The 30-yard canister should be perfect for commercial clean-up jobs and total non-commercial clean outs.
A 30-yarder is also well suited for:
- Garage demolition
- New home building
- Major home add-on
- Entire exterior or window replacement for a small to medium sized home.
A 40-yard canister provides the ability to hold 40 cubic yards of waste. This unit is a superb choice for large residential jobs, industrial jobs and commercial cleanups.
A 40-yarder is also well suited for:
- Clean out of office or commercial building
- Commercial roof tear off
- Siding or window replacement for any larger house
- Large amounts of demolition debris, cardboard, paper or trash
- Big additions or new construction of a large home
Choosing the right size roll off container is certainly not an exact science; however, you should call a local area roll-off company and request help in selecting the right size for your particular job.
The Ways Trash Container Costs in Sanger are Calculated
Dumpster rental costs can vary quite a bit from city to city and state to state. For example, rates in one city could be $265 for a 10-yard container with the cost covering as much as 2000 lbs of rubbish and $50 for each ton of extra weight. While in another town, the fee for the same size unit might be $215, for as much as 6000 pounds of debris and $27 for every ton of excess weight. The most practical method of getting actual costs for your location and for the type of waste you would like to dispose of is by simply contacting one of Texas’s local container rental operators to ask for an estimate.
There are a number of variables that can impact your price, including:
Size of the Canister
Typically, the larger the canister, the greater the price. Heavier containers are usually a good deal more expensive to haul and dump in comparison to smaller dumpsters and that is reflected in the price.
Landfills usually charge by the ton and that cost gets passed on to the individual getting the container. The landfill fees in one city might be anywhere between 3 and 4 times the cost in a another municipality, which significantly impacts rates.
Type of Debris
Heavy waste material like construction waste or roofing shingles may be more expensive to dispose of than lighter general residential waste material. When the construction debris or shingles may be recycled locally, then that type of rubbish might actually be less expensive than basic household waste. Generally, the price to dump at a recycling station is less than the price associated with dumping at a landfill.
Gas costs and the location of the location where the debris container is going to be dropped off influence rental prices as well. When the location is far from a recycling center or garbage dump, then the transportation charge is going to be more.