What size of dumpster do I need for my project?
Rental dumpster sizes come in 10 yard, 20 yard, 30 yard, and 40 yard roll off dumpsters. Deciding which dumpster rental size can be difficult. Thankfully, our local Kansas City Dumpster rental service is here to help.
The dumpster choice will depend on a few factors. Typically, this is project size, type of waste material, driveway space, and budget dumpster you are willing to spend.
To help make choosing a dumpster easier, we created a list of the most common types of cleanup projects and recommended which dumpster size is best suited for each one.
The 20 yard dumpster in the Kansas City Area
Our 20 yard dumpster is the right size for dirt, garage cleanouts, or just general waste disposal. We specialize in no hidden fees and making sure you order just the right size of dumpster for your project.
20 yard size
How Big is a 20 Yard Dumpster?
This dumpster rental is Approximately 4′ tall X 8′ wide X 22′ long
The 20 yard dumpster rentals in Kansas City should have no problem fitting in your driveway.
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40 Yard Dumpsters:
This is Approximately 8′ tall X 8′ wide X 22′ long.
40 yard dumpster in Kansas City MO will work well for major construction work. This container is great for projects such as large demolition, junk removal, roofing materials, attic cleanouts, or just general garbage.
Many residents in Kansas City MO use Crown for their construction dumpsters because we do not charge a trip fee, have a heavy weight limit, and provide a week rental period.
This includes, delivery and dumping fees, Crown Dumpster will deliver to Kansas City MO as soon as possible.
Frequently asked questions about Dumpsters.
How do I tell what size dumpster I need to get?
There are a few key factors to consider when determining the rental dumpster size you need for your demolition job.
These include the type and amount of debris you’ll be tossing, the scope and size of your project, and the location of your demolition site.
One of the first things to consider when evaluating dumpster size is the type and amount of debris you’ll be getting rid of.
If you are dealing with heavy construction materials like concrete or bricks, you’ll likely need a larger dumpster to accommodate the extra weight.
On the other hand, if your project involves mostly light debris like drywall or wood, you may be able to get away with a smaller size.
How much does it cost to rent a dumpster near Kansas City MO?
Dumpster rental prices are: $293 – $479. Renting a dumpster costs $381 per week on average, but prices range from $293 to $479. There are a few factors that contribute to price when you rent dumpsters. A few factors are: the size project, what container you choose, which service and company, and how heavy the waste is.
What is the smallest size dumpster to rent?
10 yard roll off dumpsters are the most economical rental option for you. Usually, it’s recommended that small dumpsters be used for smaller amounts of garbage, or a heavy load such as a bin full of concrete. You will probably need larger sizes to haul up more debris. Find out what type of dumpster you’re looking to fill and call us to check for availability. We will insure you get just the right size of dumpster rental needed in lee’s summit.
How long do I get to keep my rented dumpster for?
You can rent the dumpster for as many weeks as you want.
From the day of delivery, you have one week to fill the dumpster before it is picked up.
In Kansas City MO you can have the dumpster rental for as long as you like. Typically, most dumpster rental services allow 7 days for free. This rental process is normal, but if you have questions you should reach out to our staff. Additional charges may ensue if you need more time with your junk removal.
What items are not allowed in a Dumpster rental?
Crown Dumpster is proud to support and follow hazardous waste precautions. Environmental safety is important to us. Batteries, asbestos, harmful chemicals, flammable liquids and more are considered environmental hazards and should not go in any yard dumpster. You will be asked to remove this trash if you put them in a rented container. Hazardous materials are classified differently by country, state, county and city.
If you are unsure how the disposal of toxic waste should go into our containers then our staff members will be happy to assist you. Additionally, fees may be charged for some materials. Be clear and up-front about what you will be putting into our container to ensure you will not be penalized for hazardous waste later.