Roll Off Dumpsters
Roll off dumpsters are available for commercial, residential and construction use. Made of heavy-gauge steel, these dumpsters are easily identified by their rectangular shape and tall, straight sides. They are built to be strong and durable, perfect for hauling heavy and large junk like concrete, asphalt and debris generated from construction. Unlike front-load dumpsters that you may find behind a restaurant or an office building, roll offs are best for short-term projects, but may be available on an on-going basis depending on your needs.
Roll Off Dumpster Sizes
We have roll-off dumpsters available in 20, 30 and 40 cubic yards.
30-yard dumpsters are the standard size for all construction, demolition and excavation projects. They are approximately 22 feet long x 7 feet wide x 5 feet high. This size can accommodate all types of debris including drywall, plastic, cardboard packaging, wood trim and scraps, etc. Avoid dumping heavy items like concrete in this size dumpster.
40-yard dumpsters are the largest size dumpster available. They are approximately 22 feet long x 7 feet high x 7 feet wide. It is easy to overload these dumpsters, making them difficult to load and empty. Care must be taken not to overfill this size dumpster.
Roll Off Dumpsters for Construction
New construction projects, gutting and renovating existing buildings and excavations require discarding and moving lots of debris. Roll off dumpsters are a perfect solution for:
- Excavations to clear out plots of land before building
- New construction on apartment complexes, schools and hospitals, resorts, warehouses and airplane hangars
- Renovating an existing building or space within another building (such as a store in the mall)
Roll off Dumpsters for Residences
Dumpsters are useful when your project generates bulky debris or too much waste to leave at the curb for your weekly pickup. Dumpster rentals are available for residential projects including:
- Attic cleanout
- Basement cleanout
- Kitchen remodel
- Bathroom renovation
- New additions