If you’re making a big move and need to get rid of a lot of junk, it may be a good idea to rent a commercial dumpster. This article will help you figure out if renting a dumpster can fit into your budget.
To figure out how much it costs, you have to take into account a few factors. Dumpster size, length of the rental, your location, the cost of dumping at your local landfill, and the weight will all affect the cost.
Smaller dumpster rentals will run you about $200-600. Medium-sized dumpster rentals will cost you $300-$500. Large dumpster rentals will run you from $350-$600. These are based on averages, but as you can see, commercial dumpsters likely won’t break the bank.
You can use throw out general household and construction waste. You cannot throw out chemicals like paint or propane. Make sure to check your city or county website for rules on disposing these hazardous materials. You’ll also want to check if you need any permits to have a dumpster in your driveway or on the road in front of your house.
Renting a commercial dumpster can be a huge help in a big move. Contact your local rental dumpster service to see what your options are.