30 Yard Roll Off Dumpsters
The Measurements and Attributes of 30 Yard Dumpsters
A 30 yard dumpster is terrific for bigger jobs, whether that be at your house or at your job. Have a look at the specifications listed below to identify if you need to rent a 30 yard dumpster for your next project:
- Dimensions: 30 cubic yard dumpsters typically measure 22 feet x 8 feet x 5.25 feet.
- Capacity: This size can carry the equivalent of approximately 12 pickup truck loads.
- Weight Limit: A 30 yard dumpster can hold approximately 6 tons or approximately 12,000 pounds of material.
- Other Key Features: The higher walls on the 30 yard dumpster make it a good choice for holding furniture and other bulky items.
To Rent a 30 Yard Dumpster: Call: (972) 564-2800
If you are clearing out your garage or cellar, preparing to remodel or planning for a relocation – a 30 yard dumpster rental might be the appropriate fit for you. Common jobs for this size roll off dumpster include:
- Workplace clean-outs
- Business renovations
- Room additions
- Moving out of one home and into another home
- Estate clean-outs
- General junk removal
About 50 feet of space length-wise is needed to drop off a 30-yard dumpster. Make certain there are not any type of vehicles or other various objects obstructing your driveway or lot.
18 feet of vertical space is needed to elevate the dumpster off the truck and effectively place it on the ground. Please be sure that there are not any low-hanging wires or tree branches above your drop spot.
We will do our absolute best to get your dumpster positioned in a preferred location, if it can be done safely. Please communicate any type of problems ahead of time.
If you require a dumpster permit in your location please be sure to have it on site before the roll-off is delivered.
While the measurements of a 30-yard dumpster are large, it cannot hold an unlimited quantity of debris. Constantly keep the weight restriction in mind as you pack your dumpster.
We pride ourselves on our ability to help consumers with all kinds of different waste. However, there are still particular products that we cannot accept in our dumpsters. This includes all combustible, harmful, or toxic materials. If your products fall under these categories, examine them to identify warning tags and symbols on the label.