by Edward Thorby | 8:26 pm

You might be considering renting a dumpster to manage the debris from your recent home project but are not too sure how to go about it. We know that there are a lot of companies offering this service in New Jersey, but you do not have the time to inquire to each of them to make a shortlist.

To assist you, we asked the help of Dumpster Rentals NJ Company to give us an idea of the cost and other relevant information on renting a dumpster.

Price and Dumpster Size 

The cost of dumpster rental could range from $300 to $700. The dumpster that you can rent can vary in size. For example, a ten cubic yard container which you can use for light construction projects costs around $300. There are bigger dumpsters that you can rent depending on your requirement. The cost already covers the transportation and disposal fees.

If your project is just small or you do not have the space to keep a ten cubic yard dumpster, you can opt for a collapsible one. The cost is around $30, and you can call the dumpster service once it is full so that they can haul it away. Do note that the collapsible container will not be returned to you once it is hauled away.

Another option is to hire a garbage removal service. Here you would need to pack the junk and then the trash removal service will take it away from you. You will not be given any container to keep your garbage. This option is a cheaper alternative costing only around $150 per truck load. However, this is mostly used to just dispose of bulky wastes such as broken furniture. You should still opt for a dumpster rental if you are doing any renovation or construction in your house.

Availability and Term 

The posted amount for dumpster rental is usually good for a week. They can charge an additional fee of less than $10 per day of extension.

You should also take note that the dumpster rental company may not have the dumpster size you need at your location. If this is the case, pick the next bigger size instead of getting the size you want from another site as this would involve an additional cost for you.

Types of Garbage Accepted 

Your rented dumpster could accept regular construction debris such as wood, drywall, yard waste, wires, roofing materials and some small appliances. However, you cannot dispose of items that have harmful chemicals in it such as batteries, paints, and appliances that use Freon. Please contact your dumpster service provider if they can accept other items that are not listed, such as mattresses and tires, because you might incur additional fees if you load them in your dumpster for your disposal. Remember never to overload your dumpster because you might incur additional landfill fees.

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