How does renting a 30 yard dumpster work?
Unfamiliar with dumpster rental jargon? We’ll help you understand the processes so there aren't any surprises. Check out our full guide on how to rent a dumpster for even more details.
First off let's estimate how much weight you'll be putting into the 30 yard dumpster. Weight limits are based off of US tons, where 1 ton is equal to 2,000 pounds. A weight limit is a pre purchased amount of material that you can put into the dumpster at a discounted disposal rate. Our online ordering will take you step by step to help you find the best weight limit for you
Having trouble figuring out how much that pile of debris weighs? Give us a call (732) 366-9355 we are always happy to help. We'll go over your project with you to help you determine the best weight limit for you.
Delivery and loading
Ok you've ordered your dumpster, now onto delivery. By checking Google Maps before your delivery we make sure we send the appropriate sized truck so that your delivery is a breeze. If we anticipate any issues with your delivery we'll contact you to make sure the dumpster can be placed where you want it, or find a suitable delivery placement.
Below are a few tips to help ensure you have a great experience:
- Dumpster placement: The truck needs about 60 feet of space to place the container. Please move any cars out or to the side of your driveway, and remove all obstructions that would be in the path between the truck and your delivery spot.
- Watch for wires: The average truck needs about 23 feet of vertical clearance in order to raise the dumpster and place it in location. Don't have the space? Don't worry we compact trucks that do not need as much clearance. If you think that there will be an issue please call us.
- No need to wait around: Great news, no one needs to be home for the delivery! With changing traffic conditions and unpredictable wait times at disposal sites it is hard to know exactly when your dumpster will arrive. If you'd like to stay up to date you can take advantage of our text message updates.
- The kitchen sink: The kitchen sink can go into the dumpster, but do not throw in any prohibited materials. Also do not load over the top of the dumpster, as we may not be able to pick it up.
Pick up and disposal
Pick up is even easier. Simply let us know when you're done with your dumpster and promptly pick it up. No one needs to be home for the pick up either.
We will dispose of your material at the appropriate facility, in order to maximize recycling efforts. If you are within your weight limit you’re all set! If the dumpster goes over the weight limit the agreed upon overage disposal fee will automatically be charged.
You’ll receive your payment receipt by email.