- 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 Spokane and some projects each is commonly used for. Have a look and if you still have questions give us a call at 509-492-5692, 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 Spokane
There are several factors that affect the exact rental dumpster rental prices in Spokane 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 509-492-5692.
The Main Things To Take Into Account Before Getting A Debris Container
Dumpsters are great for spring cleaning up, yard waste removal, moving from a home clean outs, and construction debris removal. What’s more, given that they are available in various dimensions which range from 10 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards, it is pretty easy to pick one which suits your waste disposal requirements. That said, here’s a few useful tips:
How to Rent a Roll Off Container
Its a good idea to call a company which deals with waste disposal in your area and ask for a dumpster rental estimate that should contain info such as rental rates for specific sizes of roll off bins. After you are given the estimate, select a dumpster that you are able to afford and can accommodate the rubbish you would like to dispose of. For example, a 40 cubic yard waster canister can have capacity for most home remodeling debris with no trouble. Then, make the necessary payment and schedule a drop off time at the location you want to use. Please note that you may need to get a permit at the Spokane city offices to place a waste bin on the road. When the debris bin is full, call your rental company to come get it.
Costs of Renting
The fee for renting a roll-off container will vary subject to things like location, waste disposal requirements, rubbish weight, rental period and the cost of disposing waste in Spokane. Additionally, you may have to pay an extra fee should you increase the rental period. Normally, rental extension charges vary from $3 to $10 per day. When the weight of waste in the canister you’ve rented exceeds the allotted maximum, you may have to pay an added service charge that generally varies from $30 to $100 per extra ton.
Forbidden Waste Items
There are specific waste items you can’t discard in rental containers. Some of the banned things are paint, batteries, fuel canisters, computers, car parts, greasy food waste and fridges.
Most providers require an extra fee for mattresses put into their waste disposal containers. It is also illegal to place toxic and dangerous substances in a non-designated canister. A few examples of these substances are asbestos, paint thinner, and used oil filters. If you need to dispose of hazardous waste, opt for the correct canister authorized for these kinds of substances. If you have doubts regarding hazardous waste disposal, request guidance and advice from the Spokane municipal offices that deal with environmental protection. Lastly, don’t overfilling your roll-off canister.
Deciding Between Possible Trash Container Sizes
Choosing the right size roll-off canister to handle your unique project or job site is commonly a hard thing to do. That’s how come we’ve provided a small guide designed to give you a basic sense of how big of a canister will best suit your job.
- Kitchen and bathroom renovations (small)
- Deck removal (250 square feet)
- Roof shingle removal (1500 square feet, single layer)
- Cellar, garage, attic clean out
- Carpeting or flooring removal (big house)
- Deck removal (400 square feet)
- Roof shingle removal (3000 square feet, single layer)
- Any large additions to your house
- Construction of a new house
- Demolition of a garage
- Siding or window replacing (small to medium house)
- Siding or window replacing (large home)
- Demolition debris, garbage, cardboard
- Large house building or renovation
- Commercial or office clean out
- Commercial or house siding tear off
As with any guidelines, you will need to use your best judgment. But in case you have any doubts or are still unsure when it comes to the proper size container for the project call us and we may be able to help determine what best fits your needs.
Variables Influencing Roll Off Dumpster Quotes in Spokane
Dumpster providers furnish empty canisters to the location you ask for, once you have loaded the container with waste they will take it to a dump site or recycling plant. The cost for renting a roll off canister is dependent upon the canister size required, the weight of the debris, location of garbage dump, and transportation costs, amongst other variables.
The main factors used in determining dumpster costs in Spokane are:
- Drop off and landfill locations
- Garbage quantity and weight
- Transportation-associated prices
- Rental duration
Kind of debris
Debris kind has impact on pricing because Washington waste management providers have to dispatch the appropriate sized canister and locate an appropriate dump site. Landfill and recycling plants bill lower fees for decomposable and recyclable substances, respectively than for non-decomposable, non-recyclable and dangerous substances. These factors directly impact your cost.
Rental prices include things like fuel expenses and delivery driver expenses. More fuel useage, mostly because of long distances traveled for drop offs and travelling to dumps ans recycling transfer stations, means larger transport costs. Fuel costs, also, influence canister pricing since high gas costs automatically lead to larger gas costs.
Garbage volume and weight
The size of the roll off dumpster is dependent upon garbage volume while hauler equipment is dependent upon garbage weight. Big dumpsters and complicated equipment cost significantly more than smaller roll offs and uncomplicated equipment. You should calculate your projects garbage weight and size so as to ask for an appropriate sized trash container.