10 Yard Roll Off Dumpster Rental
About Our 10 Yard Containers
When you’re working on a small-scale project that leaves too much debris for the curb or need a place to throw away heavy materials like concrete, a 10 yard dumpster is a great option for waste removal. Check out the video to learn more, then give us a call to talk to our team and get a quick quote.
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10 Yard Dumpster Dimensions
Exactly how big is a 10 yard dumpster? The typical measurements are 14 feet long, 7.5 feet wide and 3.5 feet high. It can hold up to 10 cubic yards of debris in volume, which is about 50-60 13-gallon trash bags.
Price of a 10 Yard Dumpster
The average national cost to rent a 10 yard dumpster is $376.90, ranging from $224 to $524. Our rates are all-inclusive, covering delivery, pickup, taxes and disposal with a generous weight limit. But keep in mind that prices vary depending on your location and the type of debris you’re throwing out.
Weight Limit Included in Our Rate
A 10 yard container typically holds about 2-3 tons, or 4,000-6,000 pounds. Disposal costs for this weight limit are part of our flat rates. Keep in mind, a kitchen sink can weigh between 50-100 pounds, so be aware that the weight of your debris adds up fast.
Is a 10 Cubic Yard Dumpster Right for Your Project?
Remodeling & Construction
Homeowners and contractors often use 10 yard dumpsters to manage debris from small home renovation projects like:
- Removing a wall.
- Remodeling a half bathroom.
- Installing new kitchen countertops.
- Removing flooring from a living room.
We accept a variety of remodeling debris, including:
Typical Covered Weight Limit: 2-3 tons
If you need to declutter a room in your home, a 10 yard bin is great for:
- Cleaning out an attic.
- Decluttering a basement.
- Removing junk from a one car garage.
Our 10 yard dumpsters can handle a range of items from cleanouts, including:
- General Trash
Typical Covered Weight Limit: 2-3 tons
Whether you’re dealing with yard waste or removing concrete, a 10 yard container can handle these outdoor projects:
- Removing a brick patio.
- Trimming trees or shrubs.
- Repairing a section of a driveway.
- Removing general landscaping debris.
Many types of heavy debris can be thrown into our dumpsters, including:
- General Yard Waste
Typical Covered Weight Limit: 10 tons
Please note that covered weight limits and accepted items may vary by location.
How to Prep for Delivery and Pickup
When ordering a 10 yard dumpster, keep in mind that you will need to provide placement instructions for the driver. No one needs to be onsite when the container is dropped off or picked up, but remember the following guidelines:
Clear a spot where you'd like your dumpster placed. Remember that you'll need a permit from the city to have the bin placed on the street.
The truck requires about 60 feet of space to approach and about 23 feet of vertical clearance to raise and place the dumpster.
If we come pick up your container and debris is sticking out of the sides, we won't be able to safely haul it away, resulting in a fee.
Don't forget to call to schedule pickup for your dumpster on or before the last day of your rental period.
10 Yard Dumpster FAQs
How much fits into a 10 yard dumpster?
A 10 yard bin holds 50-60 13-gallon trash bags, or about three pickup trucks of waste. If debris is piled higher than the dumpster walls or hangs over the sides, the driver may not be able to pickup your bin.
What are the dimensions of a 10 yard dumpster?
The standard measurements are 14 feet long, 7.5 feet wide and 3.5 feet high. Dimensions may vary by location, but all of our 10 yard containers will hold 10 cubic yards of debris.
What does a 10 yard dumpster look like?
Roll off dumpsters are rectangular with an open top. You can toss light garbage over the wall or use the swinging door to load heavier items.
How many tons does a 10 yard dumpster hold?
A typical 10 yard bin can hold 10 tons of waste, but our standard weight limit is 2-3 tons, or 4,000-6,000 pounds. We set this limit for the safety of our drivers. Keep in mind that your covered weight limit may differ by location and debris type.