With a construction debris dumpster nearby, it’s easy to keep your jobsite clean and running smoothly. Count on us to streamline your cleanup, whether you’re working across multiple cities or only managing one construction site. Budget Dumpster serves all 50 states, which means we can partner with you for any project.
Working with multiple vendors for waste management is a hassle. Not when you work with Budget Dumpster. We offer a variety of on-site portable sanitation services, including standard and ADA porta potties, towable portable toilets, hand-washing stations, freshwater tanks and gray water holding tanks. Work with just one account manager to schedule everything from your construction dumpster rental to your portable sanitation services.
We’ll match you with an account manager who learns the ins and outs of your project. They will support you from the moment you place an order until you’ve scheduled your final pickup.
Order one or multiple dumpsters and have them delivered directly to your jobsite. We can even coordinate deliveries to more than one location if needed.
We'll deliver your contractor dumpster to your designated spot, so your team can fill it as they work. Contact your account manager when you’re done and we’ll haul away the mess.
Ready to order another contractor dumpster rental? Call, text or email your account manager and they’ll help you get started on your next cleanup.
Renting a dumpster is a simple way to remove debris from your jobsite. Budget Dumpster is available from your first order until your final pickup, ensuring your project stays on track. Plus, we know every job is different. That’s why we offer a range of container sizes and dumpsters made for specific materials. Our construction debris dumpsters are ideal for a number of projects, including:
Have lots of leftover materials from your roofing job? You can easily dispose of roof shingles and sheathing in our construction dumpster rentals. We’ll drop off your bin in a convenient spot on your jobsite so you can clean up as you go. With us, you'll have an easy way to keep your work area tidy to avoid project delays.
Tearing up concrete is already a difficult job — you shouldn’t worry about getting rid of it, too. That’s why we offer contractor dumpster rentals made specifically for concrete and other heavy debris. We’ll reliably haul away your heavy waste as long as you dispose of it properly. You should note the restrictions our concrete dumpsters have, including strict weight limits and contamination constraints. Make sure to talk to your account manager about specific restrictions in your area, as you may only be able to partially fill your dumpster.
We offer roll off containers to fit small and large landscaping projects alike. You can get rid of shrubs, grass clippings, tree limbs and more in our bins. Simply load yard waste into your dumpster, request pickup through your account manager when you’re finished, and we’ll take care of the rest. Tell us about your landscaping job, and we’ll find the right bin for your waste.
Whether you’re knocking down a wall or tearing down an entire building, use our dumpster rental service to streamline your cleanup. We’ll simplify any demolition debris removal project, reliably hauling away your mess. We can take most debris off your hands, including busted brick, smashed windows and crumbling drywall. Plus, we offer extended rental periods and empty-and-return service for large-scale demolition jobs.
If you’re working on a home improvement project, we have the right roll off dumpster for your materials. Check out our dumpsters for homeowners to see how we can simplify your residential cleanup.
You already know the kinds of projects a construction dumpster is good for. But what can you throw in a construction debris dumpster specifically? Here are the materials we usually accept:
Tiles, felt paper, roofing gravel and flashing.
Concrete, blocks, brick, and asphalt
Branches, shrubs, grass, stumps and dirt
Drywall, flooring and lumber
Siding, windows and glass
Tables, cabinets and HVAC units*
*Let your account manager know if you’re getting rid of appliances before ordering.
While we accept most construction debris in our contractor dumpster rentals, there are some restrictions you should know about.
Used paint cans often contain lead and mercury, making them a safety hazard in landfills.
The empty space in hot water tanks can collect harmful gases in landfills. This may cause them to explode.
Hazardous chemicals are usually mixed in with contaminated soil, making it dangerous to haul away.
Pesticides contain harmful chemicals that aren’t allowed in landfills.
Asbestos is banned from landfills in most states and should be removed by a licensed asbestos abatement contractors. Materials that contain asbestos cannot be thrown in our contractor dumpster rentals.
You can’t throw lumber or drywall in our concrete dumpsters.
We bundle your rental period, delivery and pickup into one affordable price to make budgeting easy.
We offer dumpster sizes ranging from 10 to 40 cubic yards across the U.S. Just tell us what you’re working on, and we’ll recommend the right size bin for your materials.
Our team supports you from the moment you rent a dumpster until you’re ready for pickup. We’ll help with the entire process, from preparing for delivery to avoiding extra fees during your cleanup.
Depending on availability and demand, we can usually drop off your dumpster within three business days. Just tell us your project timeline, and we’ll schedule deliveries and pickups accordingly.
Our dumpster rental service can accommodate any construction project. We can deliver multiple dumpsters to one jobsite or one dumpster to multiple jobsites, depending on what you’re working on.
Budget Dumpster offers simple, easy-to-read invoices that include all project locations and active inventory.