Have you got enormous construction or residential garbage that needs to go and considering a dumpster? It can be difficult to determine which dumpster size will work best for your project.
If you've checked our dumpsters here at KDR dumpster rental, you realize that there are various options capacity-wise. Your project needs a dumpster, but what size or container design fits your residential or commercial endeavor?
Getting comprehensive information about your waste disposal options is critical to getting the ideal solution.
And luckily, KDR dumpster rental is here to help if you're figuring out a suitable container or the ideal waste disposal option. Notably, the dumpster size is a vital variable when determining rental pricing.
At KDR dumpster rental, we've got typical 15 and 20-yard dumpster and rubber wheel trailers in 10, 20, and 25 cubic yard sizes.
Let's break down these dumpster sizes and help you understand the optimum bin for your project.
15 Cubic Yard Dumpster
Our dumpster sizes here at KDR dumpster rental start from 15-cubic yards, and this is the size for moving up to four tons of debris.
One unique thing about our 15-cubic yard containers is the special orange line policy. We understand that the project scope can change down the road, so we have options for excess debris.
Our Orange Line Special dumpster is typically 15-cubic yards, but you can hire it to move 10-cubic yards worth of debris. And this means that when you rent the 15-yard container for a 10-yard dumpster, you'll only need to pay for the latter.
This is an excellent container if you aren't 100% sure about the amount of waste you anticipate producing. A 15-cubic yard dumpster is excellent for the residential cleanout and construction jobs.
20 Cubic Yard Dumpster
Another popular dumpster container we rent at KDR is the 20-cubic yard dumpster. This container can take up to four tons of debris, more like eight truckbeds of junk.
We can rent you this dumpster size for commercial construction or residential projects. Ideally, this is the perfect container size for roof repairs, shed demolition, garage demo, homer remodelings, clean-ups, and construction sites.
How many tons can you put in a 20-yard dumpster? The weight limit for a 20-cubic yard dumpster is four tons, and anything above this limit attracts a penalty fee for overweight.
Our standard rate for overweight is $52.50 per ton in excess.
10 Yard Rubber Wheel Trailer
Rubber wheel dumpsters are handy containers that guarantee driveway protection. And our rubber wheel container sizes start with 10-cubic yards.
This rubber wheel dumpster container is 12' long, 6' wide, and 4' tall and can accommodate up to four tons of residential or construction garbage.
20 Yard Rubber Wheel Trailer
Do you anticipate producing heaps of residential waste and looking for a driveway-friendly container?
Our 25-cubic yard rubber wheel container is ideal for significant home remodeling, estate cleanouts, and construction jobs. You can also reserve this container for large-scale landscaping works.
The dimensions of this dumpster unit are 16' long, 6' wide, and 5' tall. Additionally, the weight limit is four tons, and excess tonnage is pro-rated per ton.
25 Yard Rubber Wheel Trailer
Our 25-yard rubber wheel trailer is the biggest dumpster size we offer at KDR dumpster rental.
This trailer measures 16' long, 6' wide, and 7' high, making it an excellent container for extensive roofing jobs, remodelings, demolitions, landscaping, and decluttering. Again, exceeding the weight limit of four tonnes incurs overweight fees—$52.50/ton.
What Determines the Best Dumpster Sizes for Your Project?
Furthermore, it depends on the debris types because some are compact and dense while others are light. For instance, our 15-cubic yard container or rubber wheel trailer is best if you're removing demolition rubble like crushed concrete.