Whenever you’re doing a home improvement project, you can be sure that you’re going to be making trash. A lot of trash. Enough trash to overflow your kitchen trash can, bathroom trash can, most of your basement, and half of the back yard! Okay, maybe it won’t be that bad. You never know. What you do know is that any type of renovation, demolition, or cleaning project has a bunch of stuff to deal with. You’ll also want to rent a dumpster to help you with this.

The advantages of renting a dumpster

What are you really doing with all that junk? Unless you live in a place that allows you to burn construction rubble (and you don’t drive and trade in dangerous chemicals), you’ll have to haul it to a landfill. If the landfill is fifteen minutes down the street, that’s not a big deal, but unless you live near a residential dump, you’ll either be driving a pickup truck full of rubble for hours or … well, one, or give it really doesn’t! A dumpster rental gives you a place to drop all of the junk while you work, and the company usually comes and picks it up for you when you’re done.

What size do you need?

No matter what someone tells you, there is no dumpster that fits everyone. Big projects need big dumpsters, small projects need small ones Cleveland Dumpster Rentals. Why spend a fortune on space you don’t need? On the other hand, why bother yourself just to save money?

Most dumpster rentals come in the following sizes:

10 Yard Dumpster- The 10 yard dumpster is a pretty safe bet when you have a small cleaning or remodeling project underway. For example, let’s say you are wading through Aunt Esther’s attic! These dumpsters typically hold up to 2 tons of waste. If you have more, you have to go one size bigger!

15 Yard Dumpster – This is your dumpster of choice for kitchen and basement remodeling, home renovation, and HVAC projects that generate up to 3 tons of garbage. We’re talking about 5 pickup loads worth!

20 Yard Dumpster- The 20 yard dumpster is usually the first choice for dumpster rental because it can hold up to 4 tons of rubble (about 10 pickup loads of “stuff”). This is good for whole home renovations, extensions, large basement and attic cleanings, and removing bulky furniture.

30 Yard Dumpster – The 30 yard dumpster, the dumpster rental giant, holds over 20 pickup loads of trash and gives you the space you need to build your home from scratch.

By Adam

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