We see others nickel and diming customers to try to make up for the artificially low prices they promote. We decided to NOT play that game, so instead, we show you our rate. Period. End of discussion. Unless you exceed our generous weight maximums, you pay the price quoted by your Dumpster on Demand rep.
Yes, you can fill the dumpster. But you can’t over-fill a unit. We’re required by law to cover the units during transportation, so you’ll need to keep your stuff within the confines of the unit, below the edge of the top of the unit. If you think you’ll struggle there, it’s probably best to get a larger unit.
We make every effort to NOT damage property. Yours, ours theirs. That’s just good business. In some situations, we may suggest adding a protective barrier or material to make sure there’s no damage. If you have concerns or your property presents special challenges, let us know. We’ll work with you to make sure we get the dumpster in and out without tearing stuff up.
We try to get units to customers as quickly as they need it, often within 24 hours. Of course, inventory, schedules and the occasional challenge thrown at us by Mother Nature can derail those plans. But we’ll make every attempt to get it to you quickly, communicating any delays as soon as they’re know.
We will put the dumpster where you want us to place it, so hopefully there’s no need to move it. And frankly, they’re kinda challenging to handle without the right kind of equipment. So we’d prefer you not try to move it. Plus, if you damage it… well, let’s just not go there.
A cubic yard is 3’x3’x3’. Or 27 cubic feet. Most people don’t know what that looks like, but if you think of your standard trash toter, those hold roughly 100 gallons of stuff and ONE cubic yard is equal to TWO toters worth of stuff. Or, look at it another way, a pick-up truck bed holds about 2 cubic yards worth of stuff.
This sounds like a trick question… we’ve put together a basic chart that shows what some commonly discarded items weigh, by the cubic yard. You can see that here.
First, understand that our maximum weights are pretty generous, if we do say so ourselves. So unless you’ve got some really heavy stuff, it may not be an issue. But if you do exceed the weight maximum, you’ll simply need to pay an overage fee of $53/ton. Here’s a chart showing how much stuff typically weighs.