Guidelines For Choosing The Right Dumpster Rental Company

Whether you're working on a home remodel or you just need an extra dumpster outside your business, you'll want to make sure you choose the right company. A little research will ensure the transaction goes smoothly and you have one less chore to worry about. Below are a few guidelines to follow when considering a contract with a dumpster rental company. 

Size of the Dumpster

The first question you'll want to ask the company representative is what size dumpsters they offer. One size does not fit all, and you'll be charged a higher price for a large dumpster that you may not even need. Typically, dumpster sizes range from 10-cubic-yard containers to 40-cubic-yard containers. If you are unsure as to the size you'll require, the representative should be knowledgeable enough to suggest a size based on the amount of recycling you need to do. 

Duration of the Rental

Another important piece of information to gather is how long you'll be allowed to keep the dumpster. If one company allows you to keep the dumpster for just one week, but your project is two weeks long, you'll want to keep searching down your list. Should you plan on needing dumpster rentals on a regular basis, you may be able to strike a deal with the company representative. 

Ease of Scheduling

Life can get extremely hectic, which is why you'll want to look for a company that makes scheduling a dumpster rental quick and painless. Check the company's website to see if you can make arrangements online with a few clicks of your mouse. Calling to arrange for the rental isn't a problem if you can get through to a human being without having to spend 30 minutes on hold, or wait for a call back.

Properly Labeled Dumpsters

Safety is of the utmost importance when renting a dumpster. Inquire about the company's safety procedures, such as how the dumpsters are labeled. You don't want to take the chance that someone hurts themselves, which could end up in a lawsuit. You may also want to discuss the drop-off and pick-up procedures and what is done to ensure safety during those times. 

Once you are pretty sure you have the company you'd like to rent a dumpster from, confirm that there are't any extra fees. Always read the fine print before signing the contract so that both parties are in agreement about scheduling and final pricing.  

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