Renting a construction dumpster is not something that you generally undertake lightly, it is a serious commitment of both time and space that is undertaken in order to get rid of a great deal of waste material in one bulk load.
It is not uncommon for people living in residential complexes to get frustrated with how little space they have to dispose of their waste in the trash bins provided by the landlord, but contrary to the common griping choosing to rent industrial dumpsters is generally not the proper solution to the situation. The average commercial dumpster will cost the individual more than $100 at bare minimum to rent, often several hundred dollars for the standard 20 yard models–and that cost is per pick up, not per month!
Renting a dumpster is appropriate for many other situations, however. Businesses generally rent large commercial dumpsters or work out an arrangement with the city in order to handle the hefty volume of waste that they generate with merchandise packaging, paperwork and spoiled goods.
Construction companies and homeowners engaging in renovation projects are the most likely clients to rent an industrial dumpster, generally referred to as roll off service after the way in which the dumpsters are picked up and dropped off. These dumpsters are rented for a short period of time in order to remove large amounts of waste with the least hassle possible. The higher than average waste removal costs are generally prohibitive for long term use for residential purposes.
If you are looking for dumpster rentals Chapel Hill has a number of agencies that offer waste management services for reasonable rates. Locating these companies is often as easy as a simple internet search, but the finesse comes into play when trying to determine which business offers the best price scheme for your purposes.
Some companies may charge you a flat fee for the waste removal, but most will offer a price quote based on the length of time you want to rent the dumpster for and the amount of waste that you want to cart away. For this reason construction companies often only rent a dumpster for a brief period of time at the end of a demolition project or during the final cleanup, and try to have it filled and picked up as soon as possible. Some companies charge hefty fees for keeping their dumpsters longer than originally agreed upon.
Hiring an industrial, commercial or construction dumpster rental is not something to be taken lightly, but it is extremely useful when the situation calls for it. If you run a business, are working on a construction project, or need to clean out a building getting a dumpster may be just what you need. But do not expect it to supplement your municipal garbage collection any time in the near future.