Roll off Dumpster Rental
Why Rent a Roll Off Dumpster
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.
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- 22′ x 8′ x 6′ (sizes may vary)
- 7 Day Dumpster Rental Period
- $10 a Day after 7 Days
- 6 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
- Paint Cans
Roll off Construction Dumpster
Renting a Construction Dumpster
Renting a large construction dumpster should be in every contractors budget. Keeping a clean site will boost your teams productivity by not having to alway move debris while while moving scaffolding and equipment inside and out. Clean your job site as progress continues by renting a dumpster from A1 Porta Potty. Whether you need if for a day or the entire length of the project, we are here for you every step of the way. Rent a large or small dumpster today.
How much will a 30 Yard Dumpster Hold?
A 30 Yard dumpster holds just that, 30 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 10 yard dumpster.
Now lets plug the dimensions of our dumpster into our equation. The dumpster measures 22′ x 8′ x 6′ (sizes may vary). Lets do our high school math and multiply these from left to right. You get 864 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, 864 by 27. This gives you 32. 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. Made to handle up to 4 tons.
Easy enough, right? Now all you have to do is practice.