10 Yard Roll-Off Dumpsters For Rent

About our 10-Yard Roll-Off Dumpsters

A 10-yard dumpster is a roll-off bin that we deliver to your residence or business. Ten-yard roll-offs are ideal for one-time clean-ups, decluttering, garage or basement clean-outs, or small remodeling projects. The dumpster holds 10 cubic yards of material, roughly equivalent to around three pickup truck loads.

We offer flexible pick-up schedules based on customer needs. This makes it convenient for ongoing remodels or construction projects, as well as for businesses that generate a consistent amount of waste.

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10-Yard Dumpster Dimensions

Our 10-yard dumpsters are designed to be placed on a driveway or construction site, providing a convenient and accessible solution for waste removal. These dumpsters are constructed with welded steel and designed to withstand the rigors of a job site.

Perfect for small and medium-sized projects, our 10-yard roll-offs generally measure 16′ long, 6′ wide, and 3′ tall. We also offer a smaller light-duty dumpster that is perfect for small urban projects with space limitations. The light duty dumpster is 12’x8’x3’.

The dimensions of a 10-yard dumpster is suitable for residential or small commercial projects, such as garage clean-outs, small interior and exterior remodeling jobs.

Capacity and Suitability for Various Projects

Our roll-off dumpsters are the perfect solution for a wide range of projects, making them a great choice for residential remodels, junk clean-up, disaster recovery, and property rehabilitation. With varying sizes available, we can accommodate any project, big or small.

For smaller projects like residential remodels or junk clean-up, we also offer light duty roll-offs in 6-yard roll-offs, 8-yard dumpsters and 10-yard sizes. Looking for something even smaller? Our 3-yard TUBS are great for tight spaces.

Dumpster Rental Checklist

Before renting a 10-yard dumpster there are a few important things to consider:

  • Check your space.
    Assess whether you have enough space on your property to accommodate a dumpster. The 10-yard size is relatively compact, but still requires a designated area for placement. It’s crucial to ensure that there are no obstructions such as overhanging trees or electrical wires that could hinder placement.

  • Learn the rules.
    It’s important to check if your local ordinances or rules restrict the use of roll-off dumpsters. Some communities have guidelines governing the placement and duration of dumpster rentals.

  • Avoid restricted items.
    Certain materials such as soil, household hazardous waste, liquids, and lithium batteries are not allowed in a standard dumpster, so be sure to discuss with us your specific needs.

  • Know your weight limits.
    Consider the weight of the waste you intend to dispose of, as there are restrictions on the maximum weight allowed for a 10-yard dumpster. Speak to our customer service representative for weight allowance. Please note some materials may incur additional charges depending on the content of the dumpster.

To learn more about terms and conditions of our dumpster rentals, please download the Terms and Conditions here.

Common Questions

Have a question? Take a look at some of our frequently asked questions below or contact us to learn more.

  • Can I put household trash in with my construction debris?
    No, construction debris and household trash have different disposal rates. Adding both residential waste and commercial waste to your dumpster means that the entire load must be disposed of as “trash” at a higher rate.

  • Are there taxes associated with renting a dumpster?
    Yes, taxes differ between construction debris and household trash. Speak with our customer service to find out what taxes apply to your specific area.

  • Are there any extra charges for oversize or other restricted items?
    Yes, oversize items like refrigerators, sofas and other large furniture are subject to additional fees. Please ask our representatives about potential surcharges if you plan to dispose of oversize items or other restricted materials, such as electronics or tires.

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