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Are you working on a big home improvement project, clearing out the basement or trying to make space in your garage to park your car? When your junk drawer turns into your junk garage, it’s time to start getting rid of unwanted stuff.

One in two Americans admit they have a problem with clutter, and 25% of homeowners with two-car garages don’t have room to park a car inside. At Rumpke Waste & Recycling, we know there are times you need a bigger trash can, so whether you need a small dumpster for your home needs or for a job site, we’re ready to help.

It isn't always feasible to put a lot of stuff on the curb during a major cleanout, so contact us about our dumpster rental service.

If you have items still in good condition, consider Haul-it-Away, our junk removal service that will collect items from anywhere at your home (like garages, attics, backyards, basements) donate and recycle what they can. Contact us today for a free quote.

The Right Dumpster Size for You 

Rumpke offers open top dumpsters in a variety of sizes (measured in cubic yards) for weekly or monthly rentals. Whether you’re decluttering, working on a DIY home remodel, or need to move loads of garbage, home dumpster rental will make the process easier. 

All of our dumpsters for residential use are constructed with heavy-duty materials to withstand the toughest usage. 

Let us help you choose the dumpster size that suits your needs: 

  • 10 yard dumpster 
  • 12 yard dumpster 
  • 15 yard dumpster 
  • 20 yard dumpster 
  • 30 yard dumpster
  • 40 yard dumpster
  • 42 yard dumpster 

Dumpster Rental FAQs

Renting a dumpster and having it on-site at a single-family home is usually possible, but it’s always best to do your homework. Our team can help you confirm if you need a permit or advise if you’ll need permission from your HOA based on your address. We can also help you plan where to safely place the dumpster in case blocking shared driveways or utilities is a factor in the decision process.

Pricing for roll off dumpsters varies based on your location and the size of your dumpster container.

Our team strives to provide competitive upfront pricing, and will take factors including your address, and the expected weight and volume of your refuse into account. Factors also include how long you plan to keep the dumpster, and how many times it will need to be removed and replaced over the duration of your project.

Weekly and monthly dumpster rentals are available to suit your needs. If you fill up your dumpster earlier than expected or need to extend your dumpster rental period, get in touch with our team so we can help coordinate based on your needs.

Dumpsters are usually placed on solid, flat surfaces. They should not be stored on uneven ground or soft soil, or in a spot that poses a threat to underground utilities or septic tanks. It's usually most convenient for home projects to have the dumpster placed alongside the house close to the door, or in the driveway. Our vehicles must be able to access the dumpster easily for drop-off and pick-up.

If you need to put your dumpster in the street, be sure to research any laws and guidelines based on your municipality.

Roll off dumpsters can accommodate non-hazardous waste, debris, and general junk. Items that fall into these categories:

  • Packaging
  • Yard waste (including branches and leaves)
  • Mattresses
  • Toys
  • Cloth
  • Furniture (wooden, metal, or PVC)
  • Cabinetry
  • Paper
  • Metal
  • Hardware and fixtures (such as lights and sinks)
  • Siding
  • Drywall
  • Construction debris
  • Carpeting or flooring

It’s always best to discuss the types of items that you’re planning to dispose of before you rent a dumpster, so that our team can help you scope size, and forewarn you of anything that may not be accepted at the landfill.

Customers commonly ask, “What can't I throw away?

Never add flammable or hazardous items to a dumpster. That includes batteries, paint cans or lacquer containers, oil or oil-soaked rags, refrigerators, hot water tanks, tires, or medical waste.

If you’re disposing of heavy, solid items such as large volumes of dirt, gravel, bricks, or concrete, let us know! We can arrange the best size container to avoid overage charges.

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