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How does it all work?
You have trash, junk or debris, and you want it out of your way and out of your sight. Full-service junk-hauling is really expensive – even the wages are marked up. It’s better to use your own labor and rented roll off containers. We work with residential and commercial clients who need junk removal help. As a local company, we pride ourselves in affordable dumpster rental for New Jersey clients. If you’ve been wondering “Is there dumpster rental near me?” You’re on the right track for cost savings.
Your waste management needs are our business, and we’ll be ready to help with your garbage containers for rent. To help us help you, we’ll ask you a few questions about your needs.
- What kind of trash needs to be removed? This helps us to provide a weight estimate. Building rubble is heavier than garden refuse, and different types of debris may need to be dumped at different sites. Weight and distance affect cost.
- How much material needs to be dumped? Obviously, this indicates the size and number of dumpsters you’ll need to get rid of it. Not sure how to define quantity? We can help.
- Where are you? You need to know how much it will cost to get the dumpster onto your premises and off to the dump. Many companies don’t include this in estimates, but we know you need a full cost estimate.
What does your dumpster rental cost consist of?
- Rental for the dumpster itself
- Transport to and from your site
- Tariffs charged by landfills and other waste disposal sites
The Best Roll-off Dumpster Rental Prices in New Jersey For Construction or Residential Dumpsters
We offer the best comprehensive dumpster service prices in New Jersey. To expand on what your costs will consist of, and to help you to understand the factors that are considered in calculating an estimate, we’ve discussed each element in greater detail below. Transparent pricing is part of our business philosophy, so we’d like you to know all the elements that will impact on your dumpster estimate.
- Bigger dumpsters cost more than smaller ones, but one big dumpster still costs less than two smaller ones, so right-sizing helps you to save. Remember, transport is a significant element, so getting everything done in one trip will save you money.
- Your location is also important. Not only does the empty dumpster need to be transported to you, it also has to go the nearest waste disposal site. We’ll always choose the most economical option, but for that, we need to know where you are. That means you can’t really judge dumpster costs based on what friends paid. They could be closer to the depot, or closer to the dump than you are.
- The weight of your load not only affects transport costs owing to diesel consumption, it also affects landfill charges. Building rubble weighs more than old furniture, for instance. That means the same size dumpster will cost more or less depending on how heavy your load will be.
- Remember: landfill charges are an important element. These can vary between sites. Once again, we’ll choose the most affordable option for you.
- Cost saving tip: the less time you rent the dumpster for, the less it costs, so be organized, load up fast, and have it taken away the next day if cost savings are important to you.
As you can see, a number of factors come into play when determining dumpster costs. We can easily tell you what rental costs, but at the end of the day, the dumpster isn’t the end-product you’re looking for. What you want is junk removed! That’s why we encourage you to talk to us and get a full cost estimate. Once you know that, you can plan accordingly.
Which dumpster size to rent?
If you regularly hire dumpsters, you already know the answer to this question. But most people have no idea what size dumpster to use for debris removal. Specifics matter, but broadly speaking, the following list shows dumpster sizes and what they’re usually used for.
- 10-yard dumpster: 12 ft L x 8 ft W x 4 ft H. Generally speaking, this mini-dumpster is fine for household and garden waste.
- 20-yard dumpster: 22 ft L x 8 ft W x 4.5 ft H. After renovating your home, you may need a larger dumpster, and the 20-yard option may suit you better.
- 30-yard dumpster: 22 ft L x 8 ft W x 6 ft H. Note the height of this dumpster. Lifting materials into it may be difficult without mechanical assistance.
- 40-yard dumpster: 22 ft L x 8 ft W x 8 ft H. Bigger, better, and much too tall for loading by hand, this big kahuna handles all but the largest waste disposal requirements.
- On occasion, 6-yard dumpsters or 15-yard roll off dumpsters are offered.
What materials can you place in your container?
Dumpsters are versatile and can be used for anything other than hazardous waste. Since you presumably don’t have a nuclear power plant, hazardous waste would consist of items including chemicals or chemical containers, asbestos, fluorescent tubes or certain electronic equipment.
But although you can put anything else in a dumpster, waste management rules apply, so you can’t just mix and match and throw all kinds of junk into one container. We’ll supply guidelines relevant to your area and your junk, but just to give you an indication:
Regular household waste or trash will go to the same landfill that your local authorities have provided for smaller-scale household trash service from your bin. For the sake of the environment, please remove anything that is recyclable from your trash before loading.
Garden waste is great for making compost, and many areas have special bulk composting sites where we can dump your garden rubbish such as prunings, clippings and other organic materials that can later be used to enrich soil.
Construction waste is inevitable, whether you’ve been building or renovating. Unfortunately, it gets a little bit complicated because there is such a wide variety of materials that combine to form this type of waste. Broadly, the heaviest items: waste concrete, brick rubble, broken brick and heavy dirt will have to go in a container of their own. Talk to us about the type of rubble you have on your property, and we’ll advise you.
Household cleanout waste includes everything from worn-out sofas to defunct appliances. Most of these items are fine for a dumpster and don’t need special sorting, but you should still check with us to ensure that no hazardous items end up in your dumpster. You may be surprised to discover where hazards can lurk! Place smaller items in a box for easy disposal.
How you should prepare for dumpster arrival
Being well-organized helps you to enjoy stress-free junk removal. Although you don’t have to go to much trouble when preparing to receive your dumpster, you should give a few factors some thought.
Firstly, where will the dumpster go? Wherever it is, the truck that brings the dumpster and does trash pickup will need access. How wide is your gate? Are there overhanging tree branches that could get in the way?
You should also remember that although it’s already heavy when it’s empty, your dumpster is going to be a whole lot heavier once it is fully loaded. Soft surfaces, and even firm-seeming soil can subside under that weight. Paved surfaces work better, but you still want to prevent scratches or damage. Some plywood under the dumpster helps to prevent that.
If you aren’t sure whether the spot you’ve selected is suitable, call us for advice. We can talk you through your particular situation and help you to find the right place.
When all else fails, or simply because it’s an easy solution, many people decide to put the dumpster outside their properties on municipal ground. But just because you can park a car somewhere doesn’t mean you can park a dumpster without a permit! We can put you in touch with the relevant authorities so that all arrangements are in place.
Then there are your neighbors. If they don’t know what your plans are, they may be shocked or annoyed to see a dumpster parked in full view of their properties. In the interests of maintaining cordial relations, make sure they know how long the dumpster will be there and why you need it. Since they’ll like looking at your junk for ages far less than they’ll like a dumpster in view for a couple of days, chances are they’ll be supportive.
Finally, ensure that the people who will be helping you load the dumpster understand the rules. What can go into the dumpster? How full can it be loaded? We have to take care of our vehicles and keep other road users safe, so there are limits. We’ll advise you, and you will need to tell your team what to do.