A construction project big or small may require more cleanup than you realize. That’s where one of our construction dumpster rentals comes in handy.
For new builds, remodeling, or big landscaping projects, do yourself a favor and rent a construction dumpster. Construction debris accumulates quickly, and being able to have it hauled away at the end of a job is worth the investment.
Things to Know About Renting a Construction Dumpster
At Western Elite, our dumpster rentals range from 15-yard to 40-yard capacity. We make it easy to collectively dispose of or recycle waste materials from any job site. But how do you know what size dumpster you need, and if it’s even worth the investment?
What’s Considered Construction Waste?
Before you secure a construction dumpster, you need to make sure the materials you’re throwing away are suitable for collection. Western Elite considers construction and destruction waste to be the following:
- Roofing shingles
- Nails, screws, staples
There are also hazardous materials in construction debris, none of which are accepted in Western Elite dumpsters for disposal or recycling. For a more comprehensive list of what we do and don’t accept, please visit our FAQ page HERE.
Picking the Right Size Dumpster
We make it convenient to schedule a dumpster rental since we guarantee delivery within a four-hour window. We also have a variety of sizes so you get the most out of your rental. Depending on the type of construction project you’re undertaking, you can pick from the following construction dumpster sizes:
Customers like this dumpster for construction projects that have heavy waste materials. Things like brick, concrete, or even dirt can more easily be loaded in a lowboy dumpster. The Western Elite lowboy dumpster can hold approximately three truckloads of debris or recyclable material.
Are you doing a small construction project at your home or office? If so, you may only need a 15-yard dumpster, which holds about four truckloads of material. It’s not designed for heavy materials, though, so be mindful of what you need to discard before securing a construction dumpster.
30-yard or 40-yard
For lightweight debris in great quantities, you can upgrade to the 30- or 40-yard dumpster rentals. These are perfect for discarding wood, drywall, or other construction materials that aren’t as hefty.
If you have a lot of heavy-duty debris to discard, consider renting multiple Lowboy construction dumpsters to safely haul away those cumbersome materials. Our dumpster loads should not exceed 16,000 pounds (8 tons), so investing in multiple dumpsters may be your best bet for avoiding over-fill/overweight charges or causing damage to our construction dumpsters.
For our Nevada construction dumpster rentals, you have a seven-day rental period. Arrangements can be made if you need to have your rental longer. Additional charges may apply, so stay in touch with our office if you have questions about extending your dumpster rental.
With our 2022 pricing, you can rent a 15-yard dumpster for about $53 per day, which is worth it for the time and effort saved compared to hauling construction waste to the dump yourself. Not to mention, the dump fees in Las Vegas and surrounding areas can cost $53 for just one large pickup truckload. Numerous trips to the dump can add up quickly, as well as eat up time you could be spending making progress on your project.
When it’s time to drop off and pick up your construction dumpster rental, Western Elite does prefer if you’re present on site. This will ensure that it’s placed exactly where you need it and that there are no issues with its removal from the job site.
MAKE YOUR JOB EASIER
Even if you think your project is a small one, renting a dumpster for your construction debris can save you the hassle of repeatedly filling your curbside bin with materials for weeks on end. For commercial or residential construction, get in touch with Western Elite today to reserve your dumpster rental. Let us help you make your job easier by providing you with a convenient and efficient method for disposing of construction debris onsite.