A mini dumpster is becoming a popular option in dumpster rentals for a number of reasons. The compact size, easy manageability and lower costs all make a small sized dumpster a popular option. Depending on your dumpster rental company, a mini dumpster can come in around 10-12 cubic yards which is a generous amount of waste for a simple project. Larger residential or commercial projects such as deconstruction, office renovation and roof replacement might need larger dumpsters of over 20 cubic yards.
Consider a mini dumpster for your waste disposal needs if you have a small project such as seasonal cleaning or a one room renovation in mind. Here are a few reasons why mini dumpsters are so popular among buyers.
They Require Less Space
Space is always an issue with dumpsters and when you’re renting a large sized dumpster, it becomes a huge problem. To make use of dumpster, you need to have space and room in your parking lot for the dumpster to park and the company to safely drive the loaded dumpster away. If you rent a large sized dumpster and find out you don’t have enough room to park it, you might not be allowed to use the dumpster at all.
Easier on the Wallet
When it comes to the overall cost of the dumpster whether loaded or empty, size matters. A large sized dumpster will naturally be more costly than a mini dumpster. If you want to be more economically efficient, a smaller size is the best option for you.
Every dumpster company has a different pricing system though. Not every company will charge you more for a large sized dumpster and might calculate the final cost according to the waste loaded in the dumpster. Talk to your dumpster rental company to confirm their pricing system before making a choice.
In the end, the type of project ultimately determines the size of dumpster you need. If the project is simple, go for a mini dumpster with practical cubic yards – it will be cheaper and easier to manage for everyone.
Looking for a dumpster rental service in New Port Richey? Call PAW Materials today.
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