Dumpsters Available for Rent with Bin There Dump That
There are a variety of reasons why you might need to rent a dumpster.
It could be for some basic spring cleaning, a small renovation project, or maybe you’re having your roof done.
Whatever your reasons, there’s a dumpster that’s ideal for your needs.
But the vital question you need to ask yourself to help save you money is...
“what size dumpster do I need?”
The one you choose when you need a dumpster shouldn’t be any bigger than necessary. There’s no need to rent a 20 yard dumpster if you’re just doing a small bathroom renovation on your second floor. You're paying for more than you really require.
The reverse could be even more costly. If a local Dumpster Consultant was to suggest a 10 cubic yard container for an entire kitchen remodel, then you'll end up paying for two 10 yards instead of a much more economical 15 or 20 yard bin.
When it comes time to choose a dumpster there are plenty of companies out there. The problem with many of them, is that they’re main focus is on commercial projects.
They may have smaller dumpsters available for rent, but they don’t cater to the residential market. The result can be a great deal of misunderstanding and a mess in your driveway you weren’t expecting.
That said… We cater to your needs
Bin There Dump That is the residential dumpster rental specialist. We know what works for homeowners and we work hard to make sure your property returns to the exact condition it was in before we placed a bin on your driveway.
Everything we do is geared towards the needs of homeowners and contractors working on home projects. Even the trucks we use occupy the footprint of a minivan. It won’t dominate your driveway, so you can go about your normal daily activities while your project is ongoing. The dumpster will take up no more than a parking spot.
We have a variety of options for rent at our various franchise locations. Availability may vary depending on the closest franchise to you and what size dumpster you'll need. It’s always a good idea to call and check what’s available before you commit to anything. Here’s a quick overview of the dumpsters we have available for rent at most franchise locations.
Our 4 Yard Dumpster is Ideal for Your Small Clean Out or Landscaping Projects
Cleaning out your garage can seem like a daunting task – especially when you’ve been using it as the family junk storage center. The majority of homeowners with a garage will know what we’re talking about here.
You might look at the mess and think you’re going to need to find someone with a pickup truck to take all the junk away for you, but there’s another option.
A small dumpster like the 4-yard bin is the standard dumpster size for this type of project. Best of all you can take your time on the project. Our rentals allow you to take up to 7 days to fill the dumpster with that unwanted material. When you’re finished, you just call us up and we remove the dumpster and take care of the waste disposal. Cleaning out your garage has never been so easy!
6 Yard Bins Are The Standard Dumpster Size For Outdoor Projects
If you know there’s a little more junk in that garage than average you may want to upgrade to the 6 yard dumpster. That added space can make all the difference in the world. It’s also ideal for dealing with the waste of a home landscape project, or even a small renovation.
If you’re not sure whether you should go with the 4 yard or the 6 yard, it’s probably best to go with the 6 yard option. It can be frustrating setting aside a weekend to clear out that garage you’ve been meaning to tackle for a year only to discover the dumpster you’ve rented won’t fit everything.
A 6 yard dumpster will hold a lot of material. You can use it for most household items, including yard waste, small appliances, bricks, and even debris left over from a roofing job.
The 10 Yard Dumpster is Preferred by Roofers
Some projects are a little more complicated than a spring garage cleanout. When it’s time to take on a decent size home renovation project, say a complete roof replacement, the 4 and 6 yard dumpsters won’t be enough for your needs. For these projects, the 10 yard is the standard dumpster size. Even if you have a large garage, you may want to consider the 10 yard option.
The 10 yard dumpster is our most often rented container by roofing contractors across America. Typically, the roofing debris of an average size home can be disposed of in this bin. It’s not unusual to have more than one project that needs your attention. For someone that’s been thinking about clearing out the garage and that messy basement a larger dumpster like this should be enough.
It’s a lot less complicated renting a 10 yard dumpster from Bin There Dump That than it is asking your brother-in-law to spend the weekend making runs to the dump for you in their pickup truck. All you have to do is empty any unwanted material into the dumpster and the rest is taken care of for you.
The 15 Yard Dumpster is a Container Ready for Any Home Improvement Project
As a homeowner there are going to be times when you’re taking on a larger project. It might be a major remodel or perhaps you’re putting an addition on your home. Whatever the case may be, that’s when you’ll need to consider one of the larger options such as a 15 yard container.
It isn’t the largest option available, but it has more than enough storage capacity when you need a dumpster for the waste disposal for most home renovation projects, like a kitchen remodel. If you’re doing a major home clear out and you have a large home the 15 yard dumpster is a good choice.
Our 20 Yard Dumpster Continues to Be Our Most Popular Bin Rented
Restoring your home after a flood or a fire can be an overwhelming task. There’s bound to be a lot of debris and maybe even some damaged furniture that will need to be disposed of. This is why our 20 yard is the standard dumpster size for this type of task. It’s also ideal for large renovation projects, major clean-outs of large homes, and home addition projects.
Bin There Dump That’s big dumpster rental are still designed to fit comfortably in your driveway when you need a dumpster. They have a footprint only slightly larger than your standard minivan. It won’t get in the way of everyday living. In fact, if you have a two-car driveway, you can still park your car on the other side of the bin.
There’s a Dumpster for Every Project
A dumpster can make any home renovation, cleanup, or clear out project easier. There’s a different size for just about any project and they’re all reasonably priced.
The most important question is, "what size dumpster do I need?". Know that you know what home projects are associated with each individual dumpster size, you'll save time and money by selecting the right container for your home project.
How do I know what size dumpster I need? ›
The roll off dumpster size that fits your job depends on your scope of work and the type of materials you're tossing. A 10 yard dumpster would be fitting for a small attic or garage cleanout or heavy debris removal, while a 40 yard container would work for a full-home or business renovation.Is a 10 yard dumpster big enough? ›
A 10 yard dumpster is perfect for removing heavy material like concrete, bricks, and sand. The sides are low for easy loading, but it's big enough to hold entire driveways and patios, depending on their size.What size dumpster do I need for small bathroom remodel? ›
A 10 yard dumpster should get the job done for small or half bathrooms. However, you may need a 20 yard dumpster if you have a larger bathroom or need to get rid of sinks or bathtubs.What does a 4 yd dumpster look like? ›
The typical size of a 4 yard bin is 6 feet long, 4.5 feet wide and 4 feet high. It holds 4 cubic yards of garbage, which is equal to about 24 33-gallon garbage bags, or 8 96-gallon trash cans.What is the most common dumpster size? ›
Some of the most common roll off dumpster sizes are 12 yards, 15 yards and 20 yards. Choosing from these three sizes allows you to get the best size according to your project.What will fit in a 6 yard dumpster? ›
A 6 yard dumpster is most often used in multi-family housing and it will hold 72 regular garbage bags. An 8 yard dumpster is often used in large apartment complexes with a capacity of 96 garbage bags.Should I get a 15 or 20 yard dumpster? ›
A 15-yard dumpster is likely adequate for outdoor jobs like a patio removal, tree removal, and leaf and general yard waste. A 20-yard rental dumpster can cover waste from home improvement projects such as a kitchen renovation or a roof removal.Will a couch fit in a 10 yard dumpster? ›
6 cubic yard dumpsters are perfect for two to three pieces of furniture. It may fit more depending on the size of your items. 10 cubic yard dumpsters work well for four to five items and are slightly taller than the six cubic yard dumpster as well.What does a 8 yard dumpster look like? ›
What does an 8 yard dumpster look like? 8 yard containers are large metal or plastic square-shaped bins with lids that are quite tall and wide. The average height of an 8 yard dumpster is 7 feet, and the average width is 6 feet. This large bin size fits well for businesses like big box stores and apartment complexes.How much is the smallest dumpster to rent? ›
Residential or Trash Dumpster
A small residential (or trash) dumpster costs $100 to $300 per week.
What will fit in a 30 yard dumpster? ›
A 30 yard dumpster is ideal for mid-sized cleanouts, light demolition debris, and whole-room remodels. It's big enough to hold a variety of materials, including bulkier household items like furniture and appliances.What does a 6 cubic yard dumpster look like? ›
A 6 yard container is typically 6 feet long, 5 feet wide and 6 feet high. Dumpsters this size hold 6 cubic yards of trash, which is comparable to about 36 33-gallon trash bags or 12 96-gallon garbage cans.How many bags does a 3 yard dumpster hold? ›
Specifications. Capacity: (6) 96-gallon containers. (18) 30-gallon trash bags.What is the size of a 2 yard dumpster? ›
A 2-yard dumpster typically measures 6-foot long by 3-foot wide by 3-foot tall. There may be slight variations on these dimensions depending on location. The capacity of a 2-yard front load is two cubic yards.What is a 20 yard dumpster good for? ›
The 20 yard roll-off dumpster is our most popular size, ideal for seasonal yard cleanouts, small remodels, roofing projects, and decluttering. Sides are low for easy loading, and it's big enough to hold all kinds of waste.What does a 2 yd dumpster look like? ›
2 Yard Dumpster Dimensions
The standard size for this bin is 6 feet long, 3 feet wide and 3 feet high. It can hold 2 cubic yards of garbage, which is equivalent to about a dozen 33-gallon trash bags, or four 96-gallon containers.
The approximate overall dimensions of a 3-yard dumpster are: 6 feet long by 3.5 feet wide by 4 feet high.What size is a 15 yard dumpster? ›
Dimensions: 14' Long x 8' Wide x 4 1/2' Tall 15 yard rolloff dumpsters are a perfect solution when space is limited. They are favored by homeowners, businesses and contractors for small scale renovations, cleanups, junk removal and landscaping projects.
A 12 yard container typically holds about 2-3 tons of trash. That's equivalent to 4,000-6,000 pounds of household trash, or approximately 20 couches weighing an average of 300 pounds each. Remember the maximum weight limit is 10 tons if you're throwing away heavy debris such as dirt or concrete.What size is a 10 yard dumpster? ›
The approximate overall dimensions of a 10-yard dumpster are: 20 feet long by 8 feet wide by 3 feet high, and 2 feet high on the inside of the bin.
How much weight will a 20 yard dumpster hold? ›
20 Yard Roll Off Dumpster Rental
It is used to hold around 110-130 33-gallon trash bags which is equivalent to 20 cubic yards of material. 20 yard dumpsters, however, (like all other large dumpsters) can typically hold anywhere from 6000 to 8000 pounds. Weight limits should always be verified with the dumpster company.
A 30 yard container can fit 30 cubic yards of materials, which is equal to 170-190 33-gallon trash bags or about nine pickup truck loads of waste.What size is a 14 yard dumpster? ›
At 14 feet long by 8.5 feet wide, our 14-cubic yard dumpsters (pictured) are small enough to fit into tight spaces, making them perfect for both home and commercial purposes.How much stuff can you fit in 10 yard dumpster? ›
A 10 yard dumpster can typically haul away between 50 and 70 33-gallon trash bags, or three truckloads. Our average weight limit for a 10 yard dumpster is 1-2 tons (2,000-4,000 pounds), but can be as high as 10 tons if you're throwing away heavy debris like concrete or dirt.Can you leave furniture next to a dumpster? ›
Even if you aren't throwing the furniture away in the dumpster, leaving it next to the dumpster will get you in trouble for trespassing and littering and of course, potentially a fine. Even when you are allowed to throw something in a dumpster, that still doesn't mean you need to or that you should.What are the dimensions of a 5 yd dumpster? ›
6' x 4'6” x 5'How many pounds is a 10 yard dumpster? ›
An empty dumpster weighs between 3,500 lbs. (10 yard dumpster) and 6,500 lbs. (40 yard dumpster).What does a 20 cubic yard dumpster look like? ›
A 20 yard container is typically 22 feet long, 7.5 feet wide and 4.5 feet high. The exterior dimensions may vary by manufacturer, but the total volume will remain the same. It can hold up to 20 cubic yards of material, which is equal to 110-130 33-gallon trash bags or six pickup truck loads.What does a 1 yard dumpster look like? ›
The approximate overall dimensions of a 1-yard dumpster are: 4 feet long by 2.3 feet wide by 2.9 feet high. Please see the dumpster dimensions graphic, below. This dumpster will fit through 3-foot wide doors, inside standard freight elevators and down typical sidewalks.How heavy is a 3 yard dumpster? ›
How much does a 2 yard dumpster weigh? ›
Our 2 yard, front-load dumpster weighs approximately 260 lbs! Recent testing proves that it can hold 2,000lbs.How big of a dumpster do I need for shingles? ›
|Roof Size||Shingle Type||Dumpster Size|
|1,500 square-foot roof (15 squares)||3‐tab||10-yard dumpster|
|1,500 square-foot roof (15 squares)||Laminate shingles||15-yard dumpster|
|2,500 square-foot roof (25 squares)||3‐tab||20-yard dumpster|
|2,500 square-foot roof (25 squares)||Laminate shingles||20-yard dumpster|
20 Yard Dumpster (16' Long x 7' Wide x 5' Tall)What are the different sizes of dumpsters? ›
Roll-off dumpsters typically come in four different sizes: 10, 20, 30 and 40 yard capacities.How big is a 6 cubic yard dumpster? ›
A 6 yard dumpster is a great fit for commercial buildings such as logistics centers, warehouses and industrial facilities, since they can handle a large amount of waste. So, exactly how big is a 6 yard dumpster? Dimensions: 5 feet x 6 feet x 6 feet. Weight Limit: Typically can store up to 1,200 pounds of material.How many pounds does a 6 yard dumpster hold? ›
With a compact footprint, the 6 yard dumpster is versatile for your garage or basement clean out, fencing removal and several other home or commercial projects. This dumpster will hold approximately 2 tons of disposed materials, or approximately 3000 lbs of debris.Why is it called a 20-yard dumpster? ›
Dumpster Volume & Dimensions
20-yard and 30-yard dumpsters are named for the number of cubic yards of waste that they hold. A 20-yard dumpster will hold up to 20 cubic yards of debris (the equivalent of about 10 pick-up truck loads) and are best suited for lightweight and compact waste.
Our 12-yard dumpster is approximately 16 feet long, 8 feet wide, 3.5 feet tall. This dumpster is a smaller option for jobs that don't require a 20-yard dumpster.How many gallons does a 2 yard dumpster hold? ›
Capacity: (4) 96-gallon containers.How much weight can a 30 yard dumpster hold? ›
30 Cubic Yard Dumpster Weight Limit
Our typical weight limit for a 30 yard dumpster is between 3 and 4 tons. A 30 yard roll off container is great for small-scale commercial projects or a full-home cleanout.
What size is a 40 yard dumpster? ›
Approximate overall dimensions of a 40-yard dumpster are:
20 feet long by 8 feet wide by 8 feet high.
How much weight can you put in a 15 yard dumpster? Our standard 15 yard dumpster holds about 2-3 tons, or 4,000-6,000 pounds, of trash.What will fit in a 20 yard dumpster? ›
Your 20 yard dumpster rental can fit 110-130 33-gallon trash bags, or 6 pickup truckloads. The average weight limit for a 20 yard dumpster is 2-3 tons (4,000-6,000 pounds).What does an 8 yd dumpster look like? ›
What does an 8 yard dumpster look like? 8 yard containers are large metal or plastic square-shaped bins with lids that are quite tall and wide. The average height of an 8 yard dumpster is 7 feet, and the average width is 6 feet. This large bin size fits well for businesses like big box stores and apartment complexes.What is the difference between a 10 yd and 15 yd dumpster? ›
10-yard: A 10-yard dumpster is great for small one-room remodeling jobs, roof tear-offs, and household junk removal. 15-yard: A 15-yard dumpster is a little larger and works great for larger home renovation projects and major landscaping work.Is a 20 yard dumpster big enough? ›
The 20 yard roll-off dumpster is our most popular size, ideal for seasonal yard cleanouts, small remodels, roofing projects, and decluttering. Sides are low for easy loading, and it's big enough to hold all kinds of waste. Are you looking for a dumpster for your business ?What size is a 20 yard dumpster? ›
Approximate overall dimensions of a 20-yard dumpster are: 20 feet long by 8 feet wide by 4 feet high.What is the size of a 15 yard dumpster? ›
15 Yard Dimensions
Our 15 yard dumpster interior dimensions measure 17 feet long, 7 feet wide and 3 feet high. Although the exact measurements may vary based on dumpster manufacturer, the capacity and volume of the 15 yard dumpster will be the same.
Roll-off dumpsters typically come in four different sizes: 10, 20, 30 and 40 yard capacities.