10 Yard Dumpsters
Dimensions and Common Uses for a 10 Yard Dumpster
When you’re working on a small project that leaves too much debris for the curb, a 10 yard dumpster is your best option for quick waste removal. To understand how big a 10 yard dumpster really is, and whether it will work for your project, browse the stats below or give us a call at 844-444-DUMP.
- Dimensions - 10 feet X 8 feet X 3.5 feet.
Our 10 yard dumpsters small enough to fit in nearly any driveway.
- Volume - 10 cubic yards of debris.
Dumpster sizes are named based on how many cubic yards of debris they hold. For reference, the bed of the average pickup truck holds about 4 cubic yards.
- Weight Limit - 2-3 tons (4000-6000 pounds) of debris.
One kitchen sink can weigh between 50-100 pounds, so be aware that the weight of your debris can add up fast.
Please note: weight limits can vary by location.
- Other Notes - Small enough to fit in virtually any location on your property or work site.
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Common Projects for a 10 Yard Dumpster
10 yard roll off dumpsters are the smallest size we offer. They can be used to haul away almost any type of debris left over from small junk removal or home renovation projects such as:
- Small remodeling projects.
- Dirt and concrete removal.
- Yard debris removal from smaller landscaping projects.
- Garage, basement, attic and other household cleanouts.
Is a 10 Cubic Yard Dumpster Right for You?
If you’re not sure whether a 10 yard roll off dumpster is the best choice for your project, give us a call at 844-444-DUMP. A real person, with real industry knowledge, will answer the phone, go over the specifics of your job and help you determine the right dimensions for the amount and type of debris you’re dealing with. If a 10 yard dumpster doesn’t fit your project, we offer a range of other roll off dumpster sizes to get the job done.
Get the Most Out of Your Dumpster Rental
Use these guidelines to prepare for delivery of your dumpster and get the most use out of it during your rental period.
- Choose a spot - Clear a spot where you’d like your dumpster placed. On delivery day, ensure no cars or other obstacles block the delivery truck’s access to that spot.
- Look up - The driver will need 18 feet of vertical clearance to raise and place your dumpster. Choose a spot free from low-hanging wires or branches.
- Don’t wait - Your dumpster can arrive at any time throughout your scheduled delivery day. But don’t put your plans on hold—you don’t need to be present for delivery.
- Keep it level - Fill your dumpster evenly to use the greatest amount of its volume and stay within your weight limit.
- Don’t strain - Our dumpsters feature front-loading doors. Use them to walk in items too heavy to toss over the side.