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started by dwayne qualls on 05 Apr 13
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    Given their design, dumpsters are quite versatile. They can be used for trash collection container or even swimming pool structures. There are two significant components when considering the use of a dumpster - dumpster size and dumpster cost. This article brings to light some useful information on how to select a dumpster for the right fit. First and foremost, you must find the most affordable dumpster for your project.

    Dumpster Size

    Dumpster size is a key factor for the rental price of the dumpster. Dumpsters are measured in cubic yards and which is about the size of a washer or dryer. Estimating the amount of debris or trash to dispose of can be a very daunting task. If you require a dumpster for room renovations, then a 10 to 20 cubic yard dumpster could be the right fit; however, for large scale projects a 30 or 40 cubic yard dumpster could very well suite your project needs.

    Dumpster Rental Period

    In addition to dumpster size, the rental time for the dumpster is also an important financial factor. Dumpster rental companies typically have a 7-10 rental period, and days beyond the rental period are additional costs. It's most important to determine the amount of time it will take to load the trash into the dumpster to see if load-time will be within the dumpster rental period. If this is not an important factor, you will just need to extent your rental and pay more surcharges and penalties. Hence, it's better to decide your rental time in advance.

    Dumpster Rental Prices

    The most important item to consider before renting a dumpster is the dumpster price. The initial price for the rental of a dumpster begins with a flat rental price. There is also a limit for the weight of the trash contents. This is typically known as a "Tonnage Fee". A company might restrict the weight limit to 5 tons and if exceeded, there is a surcharge based upon the number of tons over the 5 ton limit. When searching for a dumpster rental company, check to see if the company is local to the community. Companies that are not local are typically "Brokers" who source-out work to local companies. Dumpster rental prices here are drastically inflated as much as 50% with the broker getting the larger share of the rental price.

    By following these simple tips, you are sure to have the best dumpster rental for your construction project.

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