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Dumpster RENTAL Size Options
Below is a brief description of each Dumpster Rental size available for Nassau County Long Island and what each size is commonly used for. Select the size that best fits your Dumpster Rental Nassau project.
(18 feet long x 7 feet wide x 3 feet tall)
(18 feet long x 7 feet wide x 4 feet high)
DUMPSTER RENTAL FAQ’s
FAQs Dumpster Rental Nassau
- COVID - Does Guardian Dumpster Rental Nassau Provide Zero Contact Service During The COVID-19 Pandemic?
Our Nassau County Dumpster Drivers follows CDC and OSHA guidelines to protect its employees, customers, and communities. 99% of the time the driver will drop the container and pick up the dumpster without ever speaking with the property owner, unless necessary.
- When Comparing Nassau County Dumpster Rental Companies, What Questions Should I Ask?
Our most often-asked dumpster rental questions from Nassau County, NY Residents typically are:
- How much does it cost to rent a dumpster?
- What size of dumpster do I need?
- How long is the rental period?
- What items can I put in the bin?
- Will my driveway be protected?
- What is the charge if I go over the allotted disposal weight?
As a Nassau, NY resident, we expect that you’d like; a dumpster when you need it; you’d like to know exactly what you’re going to pay for the dumpster; you’ll want to know your property will be protected; and will want to know what you can and cannot put in the container.
If a dumpster rental company can’t answer these basic questions, it’s best to keep looking.
- Can You Deliver A Dumpster To My Nassau County Location Today?
The short answer is; POSSIBLY. Call (516) 261-5600 to find out if same-day delivery is available for Nassau County today. Typically, we’re proud to offer same-day delivery across Nassau County, however, sometimes resources are not available. In most cases, a dumpster can be delivered within 24 hours or less.
Long answer? Read our full Dumpster Rental FAQ Page.
- What Dumpster Sizes Does Guardian Offer For Nassau County, NY?
Guardian Dumpster Rentals offer the most widely used dumpster sizes in the industry. The following sizes are available for your next project:
Continue to the next question below to figure out what dumpster size you may need for your next project.
- What Size Dumpster Will I Need?
Dumpster sizes are measured in cubic yards, which means measuring the length, width, and height of the container and multiplying the three numbers together. For example, a bin that is 18 feet long, 7 feet wide, and 2 feet tall is 10 cubic yards. Guardian’s available dumpster sizes include 10, 20, and 30 yards.
Of course, the size you’ll need for your home project depends on the project and amount of waste. For small remodeling projects in Nassau County Long Island, like a bathroom, you’ll probably be fine renting a 10-yard dumpster. Obviously, for larger remodeling projects like kitchens and basements, you’ll want a 20-yard container.
Sometimes, the weight and density of the waste will dictate what dumpster size you’ll need. If you’re doing a roofing project for a Nassau County home, you’ll need to rent a 20-yard bin or 30-yard container, simply to remove the sheer weight of the debris.
Although you must make the final decision on what size you need to rent and we are not responsible for picking the size for you, this article may help you choose the right dumpster size for your next project.
- Will The Dumpster I Choose Actually Fit In My Driveway?
Guardian’s Nassau County Dumpsters Rentals come in 10 Yards, 20 Yards, and 30 Yard sizes. They have a footprint size of approximately the size of two vehicles long. All our dumpsters are 18 feet long and 7 feet wide. It’s the height of the dumpster that changes the number of yards you can fit inside the container. Most Nassau County Long Island driveways are at least 10 feet wide, providing plenty of room for the container.
- Can I Place The Dumpster Rental On My Lawn Or The Street?
It’s best to place the dumpster on a flat, hard surface – like a driveway or patio. Surfaces to avoid include slopes, city streets (without a permit), soft ground, and any property that you do not own. Each county, either Nassau County or Suffolk County, and each City or Town will have their own regulations. So, it’s best to be prepared for where you will place your bin rental. All Long Island, NY Counties, Towns, and Cities will allow the dumpster in your driveway or on your property.
- Will The Guardian Dumpster Damage My Driveway?
The only way to truly protect your Nassau County property and driveway is to make sure that the dumpster itself never actually touches the driveway surface. We use large, strong wooden planks to protect the surface we are placing the dumpster on. This is all part of our driveway protection system. Check out our residential-friendly delivery process.
- Do I Need To Be Home When The Dumpster Is Delivered?
Not at all. However, be sure you clearly inform your delivery driver (who will text you when they are on the way) where you’d like your dumpster placed. Our Nassau County Dumpster Rental Consultants are trained to always ask where you’d like the container placed on your driveway, which allows you to be elsewhere when it’s delivered to your home. View or Tips on how to prepare for your dumpster rental.
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