Dart Dumpster Rental Madison, WI

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10 Yard Roll-off Dumpster Rentals

What's included:

  • Holds about 12 pickup loads or 250 33 gallon trash bags

  • Typically 22 ft long, 8 ft wide, 6.5 ft tall, with a 5 ton weight limit

  • Delivery & pickup with optional rental periods

What types of projects:

  • Ideal for cleaning out the garage or attic.

  • Dispose of small amounts of household and construction debris.

20 Yard Roll-off Dumpster Rentals

What's included:

  • Holds about 12 pickup loads or 250 33 gallon trash bags

  • Typically 22 ft long, 8 ft wide, 6.5 ft tall, with a 5 ton weight limit

  • Delivery & pickup with optional rental periods

What types of projects:

  • A great size for roofing and remodeling projects.

  • Also useful for small-scale demolitions.

30 Yard Roll-off Dumpster Rentals

What's included:

  • Holds about 12 pickup loads or 250 33 gallon trash bags

  • Typically 22 ft long, 8 ft wide, 6.5 ft tall, with a 5 ton weight limit

  • Delivery & pickup with optional rental periods

What types of projects:

  • Great for home renovations or multiple remodels.

  • A convenient size for large-scale cleanouts.

  • Can accommodate projects like a home addition, demolition job or estate cleanout

40 Yard Roll-off Dumpster Rentals

What's included:

  • Holds about 12 pickup loads or 250 33 gallon trash bags

  • Typically 22 ft long, 8 ft wide, 6.5 ft tall, with a 5 ton weight limit

  • Delivery & pickup with optional rental periods

What types of projects:

  • great fit for large-scale or long-term projects

  • can accommodate jobs from commercial cleanouts to major home remodels

Dumpster Rental Pricing in Madison WI

The typical price range for a dumpster in Madison is from $400 to $800. 

Why is there a price range?  Because dumpster prices can fluctuate based on dumpster size, local landfill fees, gas prices, inventory availability, seasonality, type of debris, and other variables.

Please call fexact dumpster costs.

We make renting a dumpster simple.

01

Pick a Dumpster Size

The most important step in renting a dumpster is choosing the right size container. While you don't want your dumpster to be too big or have things hanging off the sides, you don't want it to be overpriced. Our experts can help you choose the right size to fit your waste.

02

Request a Quote

You will need to give some information in order to receive an accurate quote.These details should be available when you request a quote:

  • Your delivery address and your zip code.
  • Type and quantity of debris.
  • When and how long you will need the dumpster.
  • Any special requirements for the project.
03

Place an Order

The most important step is now: ordering your dumpster.It takes just a quick telephone call.This is the easiest step in the rental process. Here are some tips to make your call smoother.

  • Please tell us your zip code and the type of debris you are looking for.
  • You can choose a delivery date and drop-off time within 24 hours.
  • Choose a location that is free from obstructions.
  • To finalize your order, make sure you have a credit card.

‍These steps will ensure a smooth delivery after you have placed your order. We will provide detailed instructions for your delivery so that you are not required to be there when it arrives.

  • Clear the way - clear away any obstructions and make sure there are no wires or trees in the way.
  • Mark the spot - you can mark the desired delivery area with cones or other indicators to let the driver know where the dumpster is.
  • Avoid Prohibited Items - to avoid paying additional fees, be aware of the accepted and prohibited items.
04

Schedule Pickup

We make it easy to schedule your pickup, just like the ordering process. After you have loaded your dumpster with junk from the home, renovation materials, and other debris, we can schedule your pickup by giving us a call at (608) 216-2316, with your address and pick-up date.

These are some things to keep in mind as you make your pick-up day decision.

  • You should be ready for your dumpster's removal at any hour of the day.
  • While we will do our best to give you a time of arrival when possible, our routes are designed to maximize fuel efficiency.
  • Be sure to make your dumpster accessible and not full of debris.

Our customers say the nicest things about our service

"From the staff at the office to the person who delivered the garbage bin dealing with Dart Dumpsters was a great experience. The delivery and pick up were on time. Also, the pricing was very competitive. I would recommend them and will use them again!"

Nathan Costello

"Dart Dumpsters was a pleasure to work with. They were reasonably priced, and they made it clear about what they wouldn't take and the extra charges. They were so impressive that our real estate agent recommended them to other agents."

Susan Slaughter

"Such great service! It was a huge move, and I had a lot of purging to do. Called Dart and they were there the next day. They dropped the dumpster in exactly the right spot on my driveway. Excellent communication. Highly recommended!"

John Hill

Construction Dumpster Rentals

Our construction dumpsters can be used in a variety of ways enough to provide the waste management solution needed for projects that are common, such as roofing, remodels, construction projects, demolition projects, bathroom renovations, major renovations and large debris removal.

It is possible to keep your work clean with our speedy delivery and pickup. This will eliminate any delays caused by debris. We've got the temporary container you need to dispose of construction debris.

Maximum capacity: Heavy debris containers can hold 10 tons of concrete, brick, or block depending on their size and location.

Reliability: We can pick up your trash or swap it out as soon as you fill it. This will ensure that you don't have to carry heavy debris twice.

Personal Support: To ask questions about loading your construction container, call a member of the team who will be glad to help.

Roofing Dumpster Rentals

It is easy to dispose of shingles or sheathing with our construction dumpsters. We accept common roofing materials and other waste. No matter the size of your project or building, we can find the right dumpster for you.

Easy to Use: Your roll-off container will be placed as close as possible to the client's property so that your crew can quickly toss it in.

Convenience: We can pick up your construction container quickly after you have finished loading your shingles.

Quick Service: Your construction dumpster rental can be delivered as soon as the next day, depending on availability. This will ensure that your next roofing project is completed on time.

Yard Waste Dumpster Rentals 

A yard waste dumpster can simplify the process of removing yard waste from landscaping projects. It is easy to dispose of grass clippings and small branches, leaves, and other yard debris with our construction containers. For more information about our dumpster rentals for yard waste, call us before you start your next landscaping project.

Many Sizes: For small yard cleanups or full landscape design, you can pick the container that best suits your needs.

Simple Cleanup: To make loading easier, you can use the dumpster door to remove large shrubs, stumps, and other heavy items.

Simple Scheduling: Your container will be delivered right at the time you need it, so that you don't have any delays in your yard work.

Concrete and Heavy Debris Dumpsters

It's hard enough to tear up concrete. Now you have to think about how to dispose of it. We offer construction dumpsters that are specifically designed for concrete and other heavy materials. As long as the concrete isn't mixed with other contaminants, our heavy debris containers will haul away any concrete or dirt waste. Contact our team to get the right dumpster for concrete cleanup.

Maximum capacity: Heavy debris containers can hold 10 tons of concrete, brick, or block depending on their size and location.

Reliability: We can pick up your trash or swap it out as soon as you fill it. This will ensure that you don't have to carry heavy debris twice.

Personal Support: To ask questions about loading your construction container, call a member of the team who will be glad to help.

We offer fast, reliable dumpster service at a great price.

Common Dumpster Rental Questions & Answers

How to choose the right dumpster size

You can choose between several dumpster rental sizes. However, choosing the correct size of dumpster can prove difficult. These are some suggestions to help you choose the best dumpster for your job:

1. Measure Your Space
First, measure the space you need to place your new dumpster in. You’ll want to make sure that it will fit into your driveway or parking lot without blocking any driveways or walkways. If you have an empty garage, check with your local building department if there are any restrictions on what types of materials you can store in one.

2. Find Out How Much Waste Will Be Produced
Once you know how much waste you expect to produce during your remodeling project, you’ll be able to find a dumpster that fits your needs. For example, if you plan on remodeling your kitchen and producing lots of debris, you might need a 10-yard roll off dumpster. On the other hand, if you only anticipate making a few trips to the dump per week, you may only need a 5-yard dumpster.

3. Consider What Type Of Debris You Have
If you’re planning on remodeling your bathroom, you should consider whether or not you will be disposing of drywall, tile, wood, concrete, or something else. Some items like drywall and tiles must be disposed of at commercial dump sites, while others like wood and concrete can be recycled.

4. Check The Weight Limits
The weight limit of your each roll off dumpster size will depend on the type of material you’re throwing away. For example, if your home has a roof made out of asphalt shingles, you’ll probably need a 20-yard dumpster. However, if your house is made out of cinder blocks, you could use a 15-yard dumpster. And if your home is made out of brick, you’ll need a 30-yard dumpster. Keep in mind that the weight limits listed above are just guidelines; they don’t apply to all dumpsters.

5. Determine Where You Want It Placed
Your location will also determine the size of dumpster you’ll need. Most cities require you to put dumpsters in certain locations. In Madison, for example, you’ll typically have to place them along the curb or street. Other areas may require dumpsters to be placed in a particular spot within your property. Make sure to ask your local government office where you need to place your dumpster before renting one.

How do you properly fill a roll-off dumpster?

Break Things Down
Whatever you’re going to put in your dumpster, break it down to its smallest state. This goes for foam, concrete, drywall and other items. The smaller you can break down these items, the more you will be able to place in your dumpster — which means greater value for your rental.

Flatten Boxes
If you’re working with cardboard removal, it’s highly important to flatten all boxes. This can be time-consuming and a general hassle, but it will save you a great deal of space in a dumpster. Grab a box cutter and make sure you’re reducing the boxes to their flattest state. Be careful when folding flattened boxes, too. If they don’t fold down to be completely flat, they can sometimes form pockets of unused space at the bottom of a dumpster.

Bulk at the Bottom
If so, are you able to handle bulky items, such as furniture and old equipment? The bulkiest objects should be placed at the bottom. You can fill your dumpster with small items once you have placed the bulky objects at its base.

Fill the Gaps
Always fill in gaps as you begin to fill your dumpster. It’s easy when you’re in the midst of a significant removal project to work quickly and go too fast. But be conscientious throughout your project and pause every once in a while to make sure you are filling all gaps. For example, if you’re throwing away furniture, make sure you’ve filled in the empty areas formed by the legs with smaller items to be trashed.

Distribute Weight Evenly
Make sure you’re distributing weight across your dumpster. If the weight is not evenly distributed, the dumpster can shift during loading or transit, which can lead to a dangerous situation for all involved. Take time throughout your project to assess how well your dumpster is filling and to ensure the weight is properly balanced.

Don’t Load Too High
Lastly, make sure you do not load above the side wall of the dumpster because loose items can fly out during transportation. The loose debris can cause harm and possibly death if it causes a car accident or hits someone

Can a dumpster rental damage my driveway?

Damage such as scuffing, scraping and cracking is possible due to the large amount of weight sitting in one spot. However, we'll help you find a location that minimizes the likelihood of damage. You might also consider laying wood planks to protect your driveway.

Do I need a permit to rent a roll-off dumpster?

If you plan to put your container on any public street, sidewalk, or other type of property, a dumpster permit is not required. These permits, also called right-of-way or street permits, are typically issued by your municipality's public works and building departments.

If you are placing your dumpster in your driveway or a privately owned space, you will not need a street permit. If your neighborhood has a homeowners association, you may also need permission from them before placing a dumpster on a residential street.

What is not allowed in a roll off dumpster?

While you can toss most household junk and construction debris in a roll off dumpster rental, a few restrictions apply. Usually, this is because some items must be handled separately from other debris for environmental or safety reasons.

The list below shows items typically not allowed in a dumpster and explains why they’re prohibited. Restricted Items include:

  • adhesives
  • car batteries
  • fluorescent lightbulbs
  • food waste
  • freon
  • hot water tanks
  • household cleaners
  • ink & resins
  • oil, fuel & propane tanks
  • paint and lacquers
  • railroad ties & telephone poles
  • tires

Hazardous Waste

  • flammable or ignitable waste
  • corrosive waste
  • reactive waste
  • toxic waste
  • biohazardous or infectious waste

What can go in a roll off dumpster?

Most household rubbish, as well as construction or remodeling debris can be thrown in a dumpster. In some places, however, you may need to dispose of certain items in a separate container. You can see which materials are accepted, and which rolloff type you should rent in this table.

Residential Dumpsters
Household Junk, Boxes of junk, tables, chairs, bookshelves, desks, flooring materials, pots and pans and toys.

Construction Dumpsters
Remodeling Debris, Lumber, drywall, plaster, siding, scrap metal, countertops, cabinets, vanities.

Roofing Dumpsters
Shingles, Asphalt, slate and metal shingles, flashing, underlayment, gutters.

Items That Vary by Landfill and Recycling Centers

Yard Waste - Yard waste is generally accepted. Some places do not permit organic material in landfills. Additionally, stumps can only be 3' in diameter. Tree branches cannot be longer than 5'. To dispose of organic material, check if there is a dumpster for yard waste in your area.

Dirt - Dirt often requires its own dumpster because it can be reused. As a result, we may not have a dirt dumpster available in every city. If landfills won’t accept your dirt, consider trying to sell it.

Appliances - Most appliances are allowed in a roll off dumpster, but landfills may have restrictions on the number of white goods permitted. Additionally, any appliance that requires Freon, such as a refrigerator or air conditioner, will require a technician to remove the Freon and dispose of it before the appliance can be safely accepted.

Electronics - Some states have banned e-waste from landfills. Even if you’re in an area where electronics are accepted, there may be some restrictions to the number or type of devices accepted. For example, you may be able to toss two electronic devices, but tube TVs are completely banned.

Upholstered Furniture - Furniture and mattresses are accepted widely throughout the country. However, many areas require that you wrap upholstered furniture in plastic. There may be additional fees for removing the framework.

Heavy Debris - Heavy debris such as asphalt, concrete, brick and block can have different disposal regulations. Some markets will accept only certain types of heavy debris in separate containers, while some will accept it all in a mixed heavy debris dumpster.

Our team will review these rules with you so you know what to expect in your area.To find out if we accept these materials near you, give our team a call.

What is the biggest dumpster available to rent?

The largest container we offer is the 40 Yard. We offer multiple options for customers who have projects that generate more than 40 cubic yard of waste. 

How soon can you deliver a dumpster?

We can generally provide prompt delivery, same day delivery, or next day delivery. However, sometimes inventory is limited so its always to schedule your delivery in a time frame of 2 to 3 weeks before your project is scheduled to start.

Do I need to be on-site when you deliver the dumpster?

No. We'll take detailed delivery instructions when you order so that we can still deliver your dumpster even if you aren't around. Please just ensure there are no obstructions where you would like the container placed.

Still have questions?

Give us a call and we'll be happy to answer them.