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Are you looking to rent a dumpster in the Dayton, Ohio area? If so, here are a couple of tips on how to choose the best dumpster rental company for your money.
Most dumpster rental companies service construction sites and commercial works but it's not unheard of for individuals to rent a dumpster as well. Waste management and removal should not be limited for big commercial projects only. If you've just finished renovating your kitchen or bathroom then you've probably got a lot of debris left over: tiles, concrete, dirt, old cabinets and so on. The best way to dispose of them is to rent a small dumpster and load it up. This way you can get rid of the debris in one go without having to put it in your car or making additional trips to the local landfill.
If this is your first time renting a dumpster, we recommend you go with http://daytondumpsterrental.org/. They will answer any questions you might have as to the renting process and anything else that you need to know. They will also help you choose a dumpster size that is right for the amount of debris that you need to dispose. Different projects generate different amounts of debris so it's good to get some advice on what size is best. Materials also have different weights which makes choosing the right size tricky.
Landscaping projects will have leftover leaves, dirt and various twigs. For this, a 10 to 20 yards dumpster will do the trick. The same goes for single-room remodelings. If you want to do a "spring cleanout" of your basement, attic and house, a 20 to 30 yards dumpster should be more than sufficient. Lastly, for very big projects that generate lots of debris (like demolitions), the 40 yards dumpster is the biggest you can rent. As a rule of thumb, if you aren't sure about the size, it's recommended that you choose a larger size. This way you won't end up having to rent an additional dumpster. Keep in mind that each dumpster size has weight limitations. So even if you rent a 30 yards dumpster for example, it doesn't mean that you can load it up to the brim. Because of road safety laws and landfill restrictions, dumpster companies have set certain weight limits. When you call the dumpster rental company make sure to ask about this as well as any other extra fees that may be left out of the quoted price. A good company will explain each fee in detail and let you know about any penalty fees that may be incurred in certain cases - for example if you keep the dumpster for a longer period than agreed to, load it up above a certain limit and if you dump certain kinds of prohibited materials (hazardous and toxic).