Dumpster Rental Sizes in Corpus Christi

Selecting a dumpster size is relatively easy, especially when you are renting one through us. Corpus Christi Dumpster Rental has a streamlined ordering process that allows you to select the right size for your work. And if you need a different size swapped out over the course of your project all you have to do is let us know.

Corpus Christi Dumpster Rental Sizes
Size Dimensions Additional Fees Pricing
10 Yard 10 ft. (L) x 8 ft. (W) x 4 ft. (H) None. Flat Rate Please call 361-265-4094
15 Yard 14 ft. (L) x 8 ft. (W) x 4 ft. (H) None. Flat Rate Please call 361-265-4094
20 Yard 22 ft. (L) x 8 ft. (W) x 4 ft. (H) None. Flat Rate Please call 361-265-4094
30 Yard 22 ft. (L) x 8 ft. (W) x 7 ft. (H) None. Flat Rate Please call 361-265-4094
40 Yard 22 ft. (L) x 8 ft. (W) x 8 ft. (H) None. Flat Rate Please call 361-265-4094

But what size should you order in the first place? Well to answer that, we’ll have to give you a little background on each bin we offer. Our current inventory includes all the most commonly used sizes, such as 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 yarders. Due to the volume and weight capacities of each dumpster, you will want to narrow down your choice to the bins that are going to best fit the volume of debris you have. So if you have a relatively small roofing project in the works, your best bet will be to rent either a 10 or 20 yard bin. There is some guesswork that goes into selecting a dumpster for such a project, mainly because it can be hard to anticipate exactly how much debris will need to be thrown out. That’s why it’s always better to go for the bigger of two dumpsters that you are thinking of renting.

After all, you don’t want to find yourself halfway through a roofing project with a filled bin. Otherwise you’ll be forced to have it picked up and brought back, potentially losing precious work hours. And you will most likely end up paying far more for the disposal of all that debris. A single 10 yarder might be cheaper than a 20 yarder, but two 10 yarders is going to be a lot more than a single 20 yarder. So don’t be afraid to rent a bigger dumpster than you think you’ll need.

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When Should I Rent a 30 Yard Dumpster?

The 10 and 15 yarders are great for small to medium sized projects, such as a little remodeling or disposing of old items from around the home. But when it comes to full renovations or large-scale construction, you will have to start breaking out the big guns, i.e. the 30 yarder. The 30 yard dumpsters we offer can safely haul 6000 lbs. or 3 tons of debris which is more than enough for most large-scale projects. Dimensionally, they measure out at 22 feet long and 5.25 feet tall, with a width of 8 feet. With these dimensions, you will want to be sure that you have the space available for the 30 yarder, whether it’s being delivered to your driveway, parking lot, or other space.

30 yarders are generally good for removing large amounts of construction debris, such as from a home renovation or building construction projects. However, homeowners can find a variety of uses for a 30 yarder, such as clearing out an old home or even just throwing out a whole lot of junk from the basement. You’d be surprised how many households have 30 cubic yards worth of trash in their basement! Then again, maybe not if you already know that you are one of those households…

What Can I Not Put in the Dumpster?

While we pride ourselves on the ability to remove copious amounts of debris from a variety of sources, there are some things we simply cannot dispose of regardless of the size of the dumpster. Of course, one of the main things that we cannot accept are hazardous materials of any kind. The term hazardous material refers to any items that are deemed hazardous to human life, as well as pose the potential for environmental contamination. Some common examples of hazardous wastes include household cleaners, car batteries, oils, paints, thinners, lacquers, and solvents.  Of course, these are just a few examples from around the home. There are many other kinds of hazardous waste that can be encountered on a job site or other project. Such things as infectious waste that contain contaminated medical supplies and instruments, as well as chemicals used for various industrial processes.

If you encounter anything that is potentially corrosive, flammable, or toxic, consult Corpus Christi’s solid waste service department to find out where to take the debris. In regards to our own services, you should also keep the following items out of your roll-off dumpster rental: tires, stumps, railroad ties, contaminated absorbents, asbestos, batteries, contaminated soils, fuels, inks, resins, food waste, adhesives, and industrial drums.

How Long Does It Take to Get a Dumpster?

As soon as you call in to order a dumpster, our driver’s wheels are in motion, ready to get your dumpster out and on the road. For the usual delivery, the time between placing the order and the delivery is a maximum of two days. This is because the delivery schedule is set by the previous day’s order, so we cannot always add additional orders to the following day’s schedule. The cutoff time for most orders is 1 pm the preceding day. That means if you need to get a dumpster delivered by a certain date, make sure to call a couple of days in advance to make sure you secure your dumpster for that day.

It is important to note that we cannot guarantee delivery by a certain time of day. Our driver’s delivery schedules are set according to the most fuel-efficient routes, taking into account the distance between our dispatch hub and the customer’s location. Dumpster pickups are also factored into the schedule based on the most fuel-efficient route. This not only helps our drivers save fuel, it also helps keep our prices low; because as anyone knows, gas doesn’t grow on trees.