Understanding the Size of Dumpster BinsDisposal Queen Team
If you’re planning to rent a dumpster for your next project, avoid the trouble of estimating how much space you need by taking measurements now. You can then use those exact measurements when you order your dumpster rental and be sure that it will be the right size when it arrives and go together easily. You could be off by a little bit, but it’s better to have a little extra room than too little. Because if you’ve ordered a dumpster that fits poorly on your site, things will get complicated quickly!
Renting a dumpster can be a tricky process at times. Many factors are involved in the size of the dumpster you will require. A basic outline is provided below to make it easier to determine how much space you need. This will help you choose the right dumpster for your needs, whether it is a small residential or large commercial project.
Sizes of Dumpsters Based on Capacity
A dumpster is a large, open-top container used by businesses and homeowners. It’s usually made of steel and contains a variety of materials like cardboard, industrial waste, and clay for construction waste. The cubic yard measurement is the measure of the capacity of a dumpster. It’s found by multiplying the length, the width, and the height. Dumpsters range in size from 10 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards, but 10-yard, 20-yard, and 40-yard are fairly standard sizes.
A 20-yard dumpster isn’t 20 yards long. Instead, it is a standardized size. That makes the actual usable space more consistent from one dumpster to another. The truth is that the entire container isn’t exactly 20 yards in length. There are little points and edges sticking out when it’s on the truck.
How Big is the Dumpster
Determining the correct dumpster size for your project is very important for avoiding overpaying for your dumpster rental and preventing the delivery of a dumpster that is too big for your needs. Trying to fit too much garbage in a dumpster can cause it to overload and prevent the lid from closing properly. It’s best to take the time to correctly estimate how much waste you have before placing your order with Disposal Queen. We’ll answer any questions and help you choose the right size to avoid undue stress during your project. At Disposal Queen, we offer these dumpster bin sizes:
- 02-Yard dumpster: Measures 3 feet long by 6 feet wide by 3 feet tall
- 03-Yard dumpster: Measures 4 feet long by 6 feet wide by 5 feet tall
- 04-Yard dumpster: Measures 4.2 feet long by 6 feet wide by 5 feet tall
- 06-Yard dumpster: Measures 5 feet long by 6 feet wide by 6 feet tall
- 08-Yard dumpster: Measures 6 feet long by 6 feet wide by 7 feet tall
- 10-Yard dumpster: Measures 18 feet long by 8 feet wide by 2 feet tall
- 20-Yard dumpster: Measures 18 feet long by 8 feet wide by 4 feet tall
- 30-Yard dumpster: Measures 18 feet long by 8 feet wide by 6 feet tall
- 40-Yard dumpster: Measures 20 feet long by 8 feet wide by 7.8 feet tall
What Dumpster Bin Capacity Means
While it’s important to know the size of your dumpster, make sure you get the right one for your project. Capacity is only one factor to consider when deciding on a rental. If you incorrectly select a trash container size, you could need to rent another, which could get expensive. On the bright side, if you do your homework and determine everything correctly, you can avoid paying extra for a job well done!
Regardless of the size you choose, we believe in offering value. We’ve worked hard to reduce our prices to provide you with the best dumpster prices available without any hidden fees or long-term contracts. If you need help determining which dumpster size to choose, speak with your waste disposal representative while placing your order. They have a good sense of rental rates in your area and can help ensure that you don’t end up with a unit that is too large or too small, with extra fees added on because of that.