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Can Do Dumpster Rental Bradenton FAQs

Can Do Dumpster Rental Bradenton is here to help you with all of your waste removal needs. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have regarding our services. Read below to see if we’ve already covered the subject, you’re interested in. If not, please give us a call at (941) 241-3139 and we’ll be pleased to assist you.

1. How much does it cost to rent a dumpster?

Answer: Our dumpster rental prices vary depending on the service you select, your location, and other factors including the: size; type of Debris; the weight of the debris (heavier materials increase the cost); and length of the rental term. Contact us today and we will help you find the most efficient options.

2. Is it possible to dispose of large items in the dumpster?

Answer: Yes. Our 10-yard and 20-yard dumpsters can carry most large household items, even furniture. If the item is too bulky or too large for the dumpster, they may need to be cut or broken down before disposal to fit within the container.

3. Which size roll off dumpster is right for my project?
Answer: The size of your dumpster will be determined by the scope of your project. We have a variety of sizes to accommodate both large and small projects. Visit our dumpster sizes page to learn more, or give us a call.
4. How should I load my dumpster?


Break Things Down

Break down whatever you’re about to throw in the dumpster to its simplest form. This applies to foam, concrete, drywall, and other similar materials. The more you can break down these products, the more you’ll be able to fit in your dumpster, resulting in a higher value for your dollar.

Flatten Boxes

It’s important to flatten all cardboard boxes when working with cardboard. This can be inconvenient and time-consuming, but it will save you a lot of space in a dumpster. Make sure they’re as flat as possible. Folding flattened boxes should also be done with caution. They can sometimes produce pockets of unused space at the bottom of a dumpster if they don’t fold entirely flattened.

Bulk at the Bottom

Are you working with large goods such as antique equipment, furniture, or dwelling fixtures? If that’s the case, put the heaviest items at the bottom. Once you’ve got a layer of large goods in your dumpster, you can start filling it up with smaller stuff, which takes us to our next point.

Fill the Gaps

As you begin to fill your dumpster, make sure to fill in any gaps. When you’re in the middle of a major removal project, you may wish to work and finish as quickly as possible. However, remain vigilant during your assignment and take a break now and again to ensure that all gaps are filled.

Distribute Weight Evenly

Make sure the weight of your dumpster is distributed evenly. The dumpster can shift during loading or transit, if the weight is not correctly distributed – posing a threat to everyone involved. Throughout your project, check to see how effectively your dumpster is filled and that the weight is evenly distributed.

Don’t Load too High

Finally, avoid loading the dumpster above the side wall to avoid loose items flying out during transportation. If loose debris causes an automobile accident or collides with someone, it can cause serious injury or death.

5. What can’t I load in a dumpster?

Answer: Never dispose of flammable materials such as batteries, asbestos, gasoline, motor oil, automotive fluids, propane tanks, explosives, fuel tanks, contaminated oil, and hazardous items including medical waste, tires, chemicals, and solvents. Contact our team for more information about regulated and prohibited waste items to arrange proper disposal.