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Dumpster rental specialists are standing by to give you a quick, no-hassle quote. Let us know what dumpster size you are looking for, when you need it, and what zip code your roll-off is going to.

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Simply give us a call and we will answer any questions you may have about the Canada dumpster rental procedure, allowed materials, size you may need, etc.

Next-Day delivery of your dumpster

Our roll off containers can usually be delivered in Canada the day after you place your order. Make sure to call us early to ensure timely delivery.

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Front-load vs Roll-off Dumpsters

Front -load and roll-off dumpsters have different designs which make them useful in various manners. Understanding more about them will allow you to choose an alternative that's right for your endeavor.

Front-load Dumpsters

Front-load dumpsters have mechanical arms that may lift heavy things. This is really a convenient option for projects that comprise lots of heavy things like appliances and concrete. They're also good for emptying commercial dumpsters like the sort restaurants use.

Roll-off Dumpsters

Roll-off dumpsters are normally the right option for commercial and residential projects like fixing a roof, remodeling a basement, or including a room to your home. They've doors that swing open, allowing you to walk into the dumpster. Additionally they have open tops that let you throw debris into the container. Rental businesses will normally leave a roll-off dumpster at your endeavor place for a number of days or weeks. This is really a convenient option for both small and big projects.


What Kinds of Debris Can I Put Into a Dumpster?

You can put most kinds of debris into a dumpster rental in Canada. There are, nevertheless, some exclusions. For instance, you cannot place substances into a dumpster. That includes motor oil, paints, solvents, automotive fluids, pesticides, and cleaning agents. Electronic Equipment and batteries are also prohibited. If something poses an environmental risk, you likely cannot place it in a dumpster. Contact your rental company if you're uncertain.

That leaves most kinds of debris that you can place in the dumpster, include drywall, concrete, lumber, and yard waste. Just about any kind of debris left from a construction job can go in the dumpster.

Certain kinds of okay debris, nevertheless, may require additional fees. In the event you plan to throw away used tires, mattresses, or appliances, you need to request the rental company whether you have to pay another fee. Adding these to your dumpster may cost anywhere from $25 to $100, determined by the thing.

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Dumpster Sizes Explained

When comparing dumpster sizes to find one that fits your project's needs, it is important to understand how rental businesses measure dimensions.

Virtually all roll of dumpsters have the same width (generally eight feet). This makes it feasible for businesses to make use of the same trucks to transport a wide selection of dumpsters. When you see a dumpster's measurements, therefore, you can assume they refer to depth and length. You may even see dumpster sizes listed by yards. This really refers to square yards that measure the dumpster's volume.

What Size Do You Need?

In the event you are coordinating a large commercial job, then you will probably need a 40-yard dumpster or larger. Large home renovations may require a 30-yard dumpster, but most smaller dwelling repairs only want 20-yard or even 10-yard dumpsters. Speak to an expert if you want more advice on picking a dumpster size that matches your job.


What if I should keep a dumpster longer than 7 days?

Most dumpster rental companies in Canada usually rent containers for a normal rate for 7 days, although most one time customers end up keeping their container an average of three and a half days. When you call to allow the container, discussion with the customer support representative about the length of time you believe you will need.

If it turns out that your project takes longer than you anticipated, merely phone the dumpster business to describe. Most companies will charge you on a per-day basis after your first 7 days. It's important to communicate this added need as soon as you understand you have it since most dumpster businesses have a limited variety of bins that may already be allowed. Most companies will work together with you to accommodate your extra rental time. In case you believe you will need the dumpster for an extra week or more, make sure to mention that; rates may change based on a longer period of time.

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Paying for your dumpster

If you want to rent a dumpster in Canada, you'll discover that costs vary greatly from state to state and city to city. One method to get real estimates for the service you need will be to telephone a local dumpster business and ask regarding their costs. You may also request a quote online on some websites. These websites may also include full online service that's constantly open. On these websites, you can pick, schedule and pay for your service whenever it is convenient for you.

Factors that affect the cost of the container include landfill fees (higher in certain areas than others) and also the size of the container you select. You must also consider transportation costs and also the kind of debris you will be putting into your container.

Price quotes for dumpster rental in Canada normally include the following: the size of the container, the kind of debris involved, the base cost for the dumpster, how much weight is included in the estimate, a specified rental period and delivery and pickup fees.


Terms to know when renting a dumpster in Canada

When you rent a dumpster in Canada, you are dealing with professionals who use terms associated with the construction industry and dumpsters each day. As you probably do not use these terms every single day, here's a bit of the lingo to get you acclimated. This will really enable you to deal with company employees who may get impatient if you don't comprehend what they are explaining about their products.

"Container" and "roll-off" are both acceptable terms for the big metal box you need to rent. Professionals do not use the term "dumpster" as much as the other terms. Containers are usually let in cubic yard sizes, but you do not have to include the "cubic" part. Only say "yard" or "yarder." If, for instance, you need to rent a 30-yard dumpster, you may say, "I am interested in a 30-yard roll-off" or "I Had like to rent a 30-yarder." Take advantage of these terms, and you will sound like a pro when you call.

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Does my waste get recycled?

When you rent a temporary dumpster, your goal is to fill it up and have the waste hauled away. But if you want your waste recycled, you might need to go about it in a slightly different style. Waste in most temporary dumpsters isn't recycled since the containers are so large and hold so much stuff.

If you're interested in recycling any waste from your job, check into getting smaller containers. Many dumpster rental companies in Canada have a wide range of containers available, including those for recycling. All these are generally smaller than temporary dumpsters; they are the size of regular trash bins and smaller.

If you want to recycle, figure out whether the business you're working with uses single stream recycling (you do not have to sort the material) or in the event that you'll need to form the recyclable stuff into different containers (aluminum cans, cardboard, plastics, etc.) This can really make a difference in the variety of containers you need to rent.


Can I Use a Roll off Dumpster in a Residential Area?

Most residential areas enable roll off dumpsters. If you own a drive, then you could normally park the dumpster there so you do not annoy your neighbors or cause traffic problems by placing it upon the street.

Some jobs, though, will necessitate setting the dumpster on the road. If it applies to you personally, then you must speak to your city to find out whether you must get any permits before renting the dumpster. In most cases, cities will let you keep a dumpster on a residential street for a brief period of time. In case you believe you will need to be sure that it stays to the street for a number of weeks or months, though, you will need to get a permit.

Contacting your local permits and licensing office is generally advisable. Even supposing it's an unnecessary precaution, at least you will know that you're following the law.

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Dumpster Rental Companies Near Canada
Company Name Phone
Legacy Carting LLC(859) 369-7000
Specific Waste Industries(502) 425-2770
All Star Waste Disposal(502) 364-1930
Poplin Roll-Off Services(606) 473-1175
Best Deal Dumpsters(502) 396-0666
Monarch Environmental(270) 781-0781
Muhlenberg Sanitation Site(270) 338-0667
Louisville Dumpster Rental(888) 784-2243
Southeast Dumpsters- Lexington(859) 756-4094
Apple Valley Sanitation Inc(606) 789-5980
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Dumpster Sizes Available Canada

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10 Yard

Great for small projects

  • 12 feet long
  • 8 feet wide
  • 4 feet tall
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20 Yard

For moderate sized cleanouts

  • 22 feet long
  • 8 feet wide
  • 4.5 feet tall
 

30 Yard

All around good dumpster size

  • 22 foot long
  • 8 feet wide
  • 6 feet tall
 

40 Yard

For the largest projects

  • 22 foot long
  • 8 feet wide
  • 8 feet tall

*Dimensions & availability may vary by location. Call to confirm.

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