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Need a Heavy Debris Dumpster Rental? Call the Experts for Service

There are many different types of heavy debris that could be generated at a construction site, industrial site, landscaping project, or another type of project. Having access to a reliable heavy debris dumpster rental will ensure that the project moves along as efficiently as possible.

Find out why businesses and contractors across the Greater Houston area turn to Gainsborough Waste for their roll-off dumpster rental to handle large, bulky waste.

What to Consider for a Heavy Debris Dumpster Rental

One of the most important aspects of choosing the right dumpster to handle heavy materials is the size of the dumpster. You want to get the most out of every dollar that you spend on a heavy debris dumpster rental to remain within budget. That means that you don’t want to rent a larger dumpster than you really need.

However, renting a dumpster that is too small can bring things to a screeching halt during the construction process. It could also create the need to rent multiple dumpsters, which may not be necessary.

While the team members at Gainsborough Waste can help you choose the right-sized dumpster for the job, it’s a good idea for you to have a working knowledge of the various types of dumpsters available for the task at hand.

Choosing the right dumpster size isn’t an exact science, especially since dumpsters are measured by cubic yards, and you might end up with some odd-shaped heavy debris that leaves empty space in the dumpster. That’s why weight also plays an important role in determining which dumpster you should choose.

Below is a look at the different sizes of roll-off dumpsters that Gainsborough Waste offers for rent. This can give you a better idea about what type of dumpster you may need for your job.

Your Options for a Heavy Debris Dumpster Rental

From 15-yard to 40-yard dumpsters, we can help you select the ideal option for your job.

15-Yard Roll-off Dumpster

A 15-yard dumpster is capable of hauling 80 to 100 33-gallon trash bags, which equals 4.5 pickup loads. According to national averages, the weight capacity for a 15-yard dumpster is between 1 and 2 tons, or 2,000 to 4,000 pounds.

While these dumpsters are more affordable because of their smaller size, they’re often not the best choice for large construction projects, especially those that involve a commercial space. However, if you’re remodeling a small business space, these dumpsters may be perfect for the job.

20-Yard Roll-off Dumpster

20-yard dumpsters, which are considered “mid-size,” are one of the most popular options. These dumpsters can typically hold up to 120 33-gallon trash bags and are ideal for a variety of construction projects.

These dumpsters, which measure at 27.5 cubic yards, are ideal for shingles, flooring, lumber, landscaping, and property cleanouts. For example, you can utilize this dumpster for a major landscaping project that generates bulky waste such as trees, large branches, and tree stumps.

30-Yard Roll-off Dumpster

30-yard dumpsters, which are among the largest roll-off dumpsters in the industry, are ideal if you are looking for a dumpster to handle large volumes of concrete. Their larger size holds up to 180 33-gallon trash bags, which means that you can place a lot of heavy debris into the container. These are most commonly used at commercial construction sites.

40-Yard Roll-off Dumpster

Finally, 40-yard dumpsters are the largest dumpsters that we offer. These dumpsters, which are capable of holding 240 33-gallon trash bags, are commonly used at industrial sites and large construction jobs.

For instance, if you are constructing a new multi-unit apartment complex covering thousands of square feet of property space, you will probably need a 40-yard dumpster. You may also need multiple 40-yard dumpsters to provide workers with access to a dumpster at the various points where construction is taking place.

Which Dumpster Do I Need for Concrete Debris?

Concrete is one of the most unique building materials, especially when you’re trying to find the right way to dispose of concrete. This is primarily due to its weight. A cubic foot of concrete that has been broken weighs 75 pounds, while a solid slab of concrete tips the scales at 150 pounds per cubic foot.

If your construction project involves removing a significant amount of concrete, you should plan on renting a dumpster that is at least 30 yards. Smaller dumpsters, while more affordable, will fill up quickly, prompting additional servicing or the need for an extra dumpster.

Contact Us for a Dumpster Rental in Houston

As a locally owned and operated company, Gainsborough Waste has met the dumpster rental needs of contractors, construction companies, and business owners in the Houston area for decades.

Our team of experts can not only help you pick out the right dumpster for your project, but we will also schedule delivery and pickup at times that work for your schedule.

Contact Gainsborough Waste today to find out more about our heavy debris dumpster rental services so you can begin the construction project with confidence. For fast service, call us at 713-785-8050 to speak with a helpful, Houston-based member of our team.