- 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 Troy and some projects each is commonly used for. Have a look and if you still have questions give us a call at 636-235-9660, 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 Troy
There are several factors that affect the exact rental dumpster rental prices in Troy 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 636-235-9660.
Answers To Questions We Are Asked Regularly Regarding Renting A Roll-off Dumpster
In case you are interested in renting a roll off dumpster but are unsure about what exactly it can be used for the following tips should help out. Renting a container is a good way to get rid a substantial amounts of clutter that can’t be discarded via your weekly waste removal company. If you’ll be doing a bit of spring cleaning at your home or company, doing a remodeling or home renovation a rental container can make the job go easily. But, it is generally great idea to contact the Troy city office before having a canister dropped off. What for? Because you may have to have a permit to put the dumpster on the road, as well as near a home.
These tips might be helpful if you are thinking of getting a roll-off canister.
1. Do not put these items in a roll-off container without talking to your rental business beforehand:
- Ovens, fridges, deep freezers
- Any engine oil or paint containers
- Antifreeze or gas
- Natural gas or propane
- Grease or food waste
2. Make sure you get the proper size canister for your project.
3. Never set anything alongside, behind, or on top of the container.
4. Place the unit in a easy to gain access to location.
5. You should never overfill the canister. This means watching the ‘fill line’.
6. Keep the space close to the unit clean to prevent attracting vermin.
Pointers For Selecting The Most Suitable Container Size
Determining the correct size roll off canister for your specific project or job site is frequently a frustrating process. That’s how come we’ve created a small tips guide which should provide a general sense of what size container will best suit your job.
- Kitchen and bathroom renovating (smallish)
- 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 major add-ons to your home
- Construction of a new home
- Demolition of a garage
- Siding or window replacement (small to medium house)
- Siding or window replacing (big home)
- Demolition debris, garbage, cardboard
- Big house construction or renovation
- Commercial or office clean out
- Commercial or home roof tear off
As with any guidelines, you should use your best judgment. But in case you have any doubts or are still unsure when it comes to the correct size canister to use in your task call us and we could help figure out what best meets your demands.
Things Influencing Debris Container Prices in Troy
Homeowners, construction contractors and commercial enterprises need to be aware of the things affecting trash container costs in MO. Given that rental rates differ from one renter to the next. Here are a few of the variables that will be used to prepare your price quotes.
Nature of Waste
There are various kinds of debris that needs to be dumped. Houses generate different kinds of waste from what construction contractors and manufacturing businesses make. Usually, homeowners pay much less than building businesses. When the waste products are heavy and bulky, higher rates will be quoted by the waste disposal firm. Most businesses also charge lower rental rates if renters generate recyclable waste. It is because recycling companies generally charge lower waste disposal rates in comparison with landfills.
Obviously, bigger canisters carry more waste, so they are more costly to rent. On the flip side, smaller containers are far less expensive to rent since they can be taken to the dump easily when compared with larger units.
Some landfills cost a lot more as opposed to others for similar waste disposal. These rates generally differ from state to state not to mention from city to city. Depending on fees incurred by the landfill nearest to your city your costs could be higher or lower.
Distance from Landfill
Transportation costs incurred by the canister provider are typically passed on to the renter. Renters who are located far away from the garbage dump or recycling transfer stations generally pay more when compared with those who are closer.
While there may be some others, these are a few of the biggest things affecting prices.