How to Get a Good Price on Your Trash Dumpster Rental?by PCI Dumpster Your trash is our business.
Do you have a lot of trash to take care of, but not a lot of time or resources to deal with it? You may want to consider renting a trash dumpster. A dumpster sits in your driveway, collects your trash, and when the time is right, gets hauled away to the landfill without looking back.
Getting a roll-off dumpster rental takes most of the responsibility off your shoulders when you are working on a construction, clean-out, or demolition project, and you have a pile of trash building up in your front yard. That does not mean you want to pay a fortune to get a trash dumpster rental, though!
Here’s a look at what you can do to get a good price on your rental (without having to slip the dumpster fairy an extra twenty on the side!)
Don’t buy any bigger than you actually need.
Most people think that bigger is better when it comes to their trash dumpster rental, and in some ways, they are right. When you have a big old dumpster, you will never run out of space. A 30-yard dumpster will cost you more than a 20-yard dumpster, however, and there is no sense in paying for dumpster space you are never going to use.
Don’t buy any smaller than you’re going to need, either.
Trash dumpster rental companies are more than happy to bring you a new dumpster when they come to pick up your old one, but it is going to cost you. Not to mention the fact that there is only so small a dumpster’s going to go. If you have too much trash for a pickup but not enough for a 10-yard dumpster, you will still end up paying for full rental on that second dumpster. Talk to the customer service representative at your trash dumpster rental provider if you are not sure what size you need. They can help you make the right choice the first time.
The first trash dumpster rental company you contact may promise to give you the best prices in your area, but you are never going to know if you don’t put it to the test. Go on the web or scout out the YellowPages to see who is doing business in your area, and get a couple of quotes before you commit.
Choose a company close to where you are.
Yes, companies are going to charge you more to deliver five hours away from their office than they are to drive for three, so choose a company that is close by. For example, if you live in Queens, don’t hire a company from the Bronx or Brooklyn. Hire a dumpster rental in Queens, NY.
Work with a smaller provider.
Big Box companies charge big box rates, mostly because you are paying for their national advertising campaign every time you write them a check. Smaller companies do their business and marketing on a smaller scale, which means they should be able to offer you a better price on your trash dumpster rental.
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