Affordable Dumpsters for Rent
Renting a cheap dumpster in Southern Indiana from A1 Porta Potty is an easy process. Our small roll off dumpsters are the perfect size for small construction jobs, home remodeling and residential clean ups.
If space on a job site or in a driveway is tight, our small 12 yard dumpster is the solution. The roll off dumpster only measures 12' x 8' x 3.5'. It is small enough to fit but large enough handle all your waste disposal needs.
Renting a Small Dumpster
Calling A1 Porta Potty is the easiest and fastest way to rent a dumpster in Clark County or Floyd County Indiana. Our waste management team is fast and efficient at handling your orders. Our office staff will input all the required information and distribute your work order to our dumpster delivery drivers using our state-of-the-art software. This allows us to be quick, efficient and better serve our customers.
Not all jobs require a large 30 yard dumpster. Most residential dumpster rentals only require a small 12, 15 or 20 yard dumpster. Our smallest Roll off dumpster is a 10 yard. It is lightweight and is roughly 12' x 8' x 3.5'. If a roll off dumpster is too large for you, we have even smaller front load dumpsters that can may be a better fit.
Don't know exactly what size dumpster you need? Let our experienced team members give you some recommendations. By explaining a little bit about what type of debris you will be disposing of, our team can guide you to the perfect dumpster size. Choosing the right size dumpster is very important and can save you money. When in doubt, always go bigger. There is nothing worse than not being able to fit all of your trash into one dumpster.
- 12' x 8' x 3.5'
- 7 Day Dumpster Rental Period
- $10 a Day after 7 Days
- 2 Tons Allowed
- $40 Per Ton Overage
- TVs and Computer Monitors
- Refrigerators & AC Units
- Hazardous Materials
- Propane Tanks
- 55 Gallon Drums
- Railroad Ties
- Oil & Oil Filters
Cheap Dumpster Rental Near Me
Renting a dumpster from A1 Porta Potty is a very simple process. We are very straight forward on pricing so there are never any surprises. However, most customers do not take the time to learn the rules and regulations for our dumpsters. They just order the dumpster, have it delivered and start throwing all of their waste and debris into the dumpster until it is full. That is an easy way to get extra charges once we pick up the dumpster.
So to make it easy and make sure you do not get any excess charges, follow these points and you will get a cheap dumpster rental.
Choosing a Dumpster Size
Cheap Dumpster Rentals
Whether you are a general contractor looking for a small roll off dumpster for your construction site, or a business owner looking for a dumpster to set at a bay of your loading dock, A1 Porta Potty has a dumpster ready to be delivered. Our fleet of 12 yard dumpsters are lightweight with short side walls. Being light allows for more choices with placement. The small sides allow the renter to easily dispose of items over the edges. No hurting your back trying to throw heavy objects over higher rails. When you want a small simple dumpster, a 12 yard is for you.
How much will a 12 Yard Dumpster hold?
The waste management service industry uses a number of nomenclatures and acronyms that can be confusing to individuals not into garbage collection. First, we need to take a look at how dumpsters are classified. This starts with the industry term know as cubic yards.
A 12 Yard dumpster holds just that, 12 cubic yards of material. A cubic yard is a unit of volume. One cubic yard is how much material you can fit in a space one yard wide by one yard deep by one yard high. Think of one cubic yard as a trash can 3' x 3' x 3'. Now put 10 of those 3' trash cans together and you have the volume of a 12 yard dumpster.
Now lets plug the dimensions of our small dumpster into our equation. The dumpster measures 8' x 12' x 3'. Lets do our high school math and multiply these from left to right. You get 288 cubic ft. Now we must turn this cubic ft number into cubic yards. To do that you now have to divide the number from our first equation, 288 by 27. This gives you 10.6. The cubic yards of material our dumpster will hold. Now you are asking, where did that 27 come from? There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.
Easy enough, right? Now all you have to do is practice.