Reliable Construction Site Cleanup
Renting the right size dumpster for a jobsite is easy when you have access to our national inventory. You can budget confidently with our all-inclusive dumpster rental costs, which combine any related expenses into one flat rate. Plus, you'll have a dedicated account manager who will learn your business and project needs.
Are you a homeowner? Try our residential dumpster service for your next project.
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One Point of Contact
Save time and effort with one dedicated account manager to handle all your dumpster rental needs.
A nationwide network of haulers means we can get a dumpster to you where and when you need it.
Reviewers rate us as 95% reliable thanks to prioritized deliveries, pickups and swap-outs at any jobsite.
Check out our contractor service to see why construction companies across the U.S. choose to work with us.
Construction Dumpster Sizes
10 Yard Dumpster
20 Yard Dumpster
30 Yard Dumpster
Looking for other container sizes? Explore our dumpster size guide for a full list of all the options we offer.
What Can You Toss in Our C&D Dumpsters?
You can throw all sorts of construction debris into our dumpsters, whether you’re using a commingled can or separate bins for each waste type.
Here are some examples of common construction materials we accept in our containers:
Reach LEED Sustainable Construction Goals
Whether you’re bidding on a LEED project or trying to achieve another recycling metric, we’ll leverage our national partnerships to help you divert different materials and obtain the highest market recovery rates for your jobs.
We also consolidate transfer station receipts or tickets from different waste providers into one report with all the relevant information you need.
Dumpsters for Any Construction Project
We carry dumpster rentals for all types of construction jobs, from retail remodels and new home construction projects to ground-up e-commerce distribution centers.
Maintain clean jobsites, keep your projects on schedule and even win more work with major retail brands.
Our residential contractor service can help you cut costs and reduce the time spent looking for dumpsters.
By ordering from us, roofers like you can save up to 30-40% of your planning time on residential and commercial projects.
Get a simple solution for demolition waste removal. We’ll haul the debris after you break up concrete, level a structure or deconstruct an interior room.
Your account manager will help you improve waste efficiency and achieve higher recovery rates while ensuring smooth service.
When natural disasters, fires or other events damage a home or business, our on-demand rentals, nationwide reach and locked-in rates can help restore them.
Construction Container FAQs
What is considered construction debris?
Materials like drywall, wood, siding, concrete and roofing debris are considered C&D debris. Construction waste can include anything that wasn’t useable for the construction project. Because debris can vary from job to job, we like to learn about your business so we can provide the best waste removal service to keep you on schedule.
How big is a construction dumpster?
We provide a range of sizes so your business can have the best option for the job at hand. One of our larger dumpsters is a 40 yard roll off, whose dimensions are 22 feet x 7.5 feet x 8 feet. Our smaller options, 10 and 20 yard dumpsters, are commonly used for heavier debris.
How much does it cost to remove construction debris?
The average cost of a construction dumpster ranges from $285 - $1,068 on average. Our prices vary by size and the area of the country you’ll be using it. Since our flat rates bundle the costs of delivery, pickup, a weight limit and taxes, you know what you’re paying upfront.
What is LEED in construction?
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an environmental building standard set by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The higher the waste diversion rate for construction and demolition, the more likely the project will obtain LEED certification. Using our large network, we can help you achieve some of the highest market recovery rates for any project in the country.
Where can I dispose of building materials?
Transfer stations, construction and demolition drop-off centers and landfills take most building materials. We recommend using a roll off construction dumpster for disposing of building materials because you can choose from several sizes to fit the needs of your project and set up delivery when it's convenient for you. Depending on what debris they'll accept, you may be able to bring your C&D materials to a local recycling facility and or donate them to a local nonprofit organization.
How do I dispose of bricks?
There are a few options to dispose of bricks. You can rent a roll off dumpster, hire a junk removal service, sell the bricks to a city or state materials exchange program, or transport them to a landfill or transfer station yourself using a pickup truck.
Renting a dumpster is a good option if you have a lot of bricks and want to budget the cost of removal ahead of time. If you have a smaller number of bricks and do not want to lift the bricks yourself, you can hire a junk removal company to remove them. If you have access to a pickup truck that's big enough to transport bricks, want to save money and only have a small number of bricks, doing it yourself may be a better choice.
Selling bricks via a state or local materials exchange program will help reuse or recycle materials, but it isn't a guaranteed solution; it depends on what is available in your area and if people want them.
How do I dispose of wooden pallets?
You can break the pallets down and recycle them with other wood. Additionally, you can sell them to a reclaimed wood supplier or online via a website like Craiglist. You can also donate pallets to nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity ReStores. If the pallet came via an order you regularly make, you could send it back. Many manufacturers will credit the return of a pallet for your next order.
What are construction dumpsters called?
The dumpsters used on construction sites are also called roll off dumpsters. Construction dumpsters typically range from 10, 20, 30 and 40 yard sizes and are used for projects such as remodeling, demolitions and roof tear-offs. This type of container has wheels to help haulers place and remove the dumpster from the property, which is why roll off bins work well for contractor work.
How tall is a construction dumpster?
Construction dumpsters vary by height depending on which roll off size you rent. Typically, the smallest container is a 10 yard bin at 3.5 feet tall, while our largest 40 yard construction dumpster averages 8 feet tall. Keep in mind that while total volume for a dumpster may be the same, the exact dimensions vary by manufacturer.
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“As soon as I call for a dumpster, they say, ‘OK, we’ll get one out there right away’…. I’d definitely recommend Dumpsters.com.”
Bert, Home Works Construction