Frequently Asked Questions
Renting The Dumpster
Bin There Dump That has franchises across the United States, so finding a local dumpster rental company in your area should be easy.
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That's easy. Check out this blog all about asking the right questions for your upcoming rental.
Our most often-asked questions to our Dumpster Consultants across the country typically are:
How much does it cost to rent a dumpster?
What size of dumpster do I need?
How long is the rental period?
What items can I put in the bin?
Will my driveway be protected?
What is the charge if I go over the allotted disposal weight?
As a consumer, we expect that you'd like; a dumpster when you need it; you know exactly what you're going to pay for the dumpster; your property will be protected; to know what you can and cannot put in the container.
If a dumpster rental company can't answer that, it's better to look elsewhere.
Check out the next question and answer to discover what dumpster size will be ideal for your home project.
Dumpster sizes are measured in cubic yards, which means measuring the length, width and height of the container and multiplying the three numbers together. For example, a bin that is 2 yards long, 2 yards wide and 1 yard tall is 4 cubic yards. Available sizes include 4, 6, 10, 14, 15 and 20 yards.
Of course, the size you'll need for your home project depends on the project and amount of waste. For small remodeling projects, like a bathroom, you'll probably be fine renting a 6 or 10 yard dumpster. Obviously, for larger remodeling projects like kitchens and basements, you'll want a 15 or 20 yard container.
Sometimes, weight and density of the waste will dictate what dumpster size you'll need. If you're undergoing a roofing project, you'll need to rent a 10 yard bin because many bin trucks can't lift a 20 yard dumpster full of shingles.
Let this article help you choose the right bin size for your next project.
Paying For Your Dumpster Rental
Each Bin There Dump That operator handles his or her transactions differently. Generally, you'll need a credit card that will be preauthorized - you won't be charged until the bin is picked up. Another common approach to payment is paying when the agreement is made, upfront.
Using The Dumpster
Returning The Dumpster
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