Whether you’re completing a neighborhood cleanup, decluttering your home or have a large commercial project disposal, Keystone Roll Off provides dumpster rentals to make debris removal simple, affordable, and convenient. If you have never rented a dumpster before, we’ll be happy to explain the process step by step and provide ongoing support throughout your rental period. For more information on how to rent a dumpster for your residential or commercial project, please take a moment to view our website. Once you have a better idea of what you need, feel free to reserve online, fill out the contact form for more information, or give us a call!
If there was a quick fix to this answer we would provide it. However with all the factors that go into renting a container that unfortunately isn’t so. We will need to know what kind of materials you plan to throw away and how much. In the end it comes down to the weight of the material you plan to get rid of. Not only does each dumpster carry a specific amount of volume but there is also a weight limit as well.
Different dumpster sizes include a specific amount of weight in the cost of the rental. Be sure to ask about the weight limit so that you are aware of this prior to throwing material away. When we take your trash to the local dump the trash truck is weighed in. The driver then dumps all of the trash out at the dump and receives an additional weight ticket when they exit the facility. The difference between the two weight tickets is the total weight in the container.
Common terminology for weight when renting a roll off is tonnage. For example most 24 yard containers hold up to 2 tons of debris. One ton of weight is equal to 2,000 pounds. When we dispose of debris at the dump we pay on an agreed upon price per ton. If you are under the specified weight limit on your invoice there is no additional cost. If the weight limit is above the specified limit, Keystone Rolloff pays this fee and then recoups the cost from the customer. This rate is listed on our pricing page.
The best way to avoid a permit is to place the roll off container on your private property. The majority of time the dumpster is placed on the driveway which allows for simple disposal and quicker removal. In some cases a permit will be required if you plan to place the container on a street or city right-of-way. These permits are issued by the local city’s planning and building department. Not sure if you need a permit? Give us a call and a representative will help you understand the permitting process.