Understanding Dumpster Rental Fees

Understanding Dumpster Rental Fees – Make Sure You Don’t Overpay For A Rental

  • Tonnage overage fee/overweight fee 120+ Tax per pro rated US ton over 1 US Ton included in each rental package.
  • $25 fuel surcharge per bin.
  • Terms of lease: Non-refundable cancellation fee. 15%
  • $10 per tire (ECO Fee)
  • Cleaning Fee: 450$ + Tax for paint, light bulbs. Hazardous materials, cleaning chemicals, hazardous chemicals. “What can and what cannot go into a dumpster in Hamilton Ca
  • $100 Dry run fee: If we’ve dispatched to pick up the bin and we have no access to the dumpster bin.
  • Fill Line fee = $200 (If customers are caught with garbage filled above the fill line).
  • Day Extentions ($30 per day) Maximum of 3 Day Extensions per rental package chosen (3 Day, 7 Day, 10 Day, 14 day).

When renting a dumpster in Hamilton you want to make sure that you’re getting the best dumpster for the best price. Fortunately, at Clean Er Up Bin Rentals we are completely transparent in our dumpster fees. You can look up any one of the dumpsters online and see how much they would cost by size and by number of days rented. That link is below. 

But there’s more that goes into dumpster rental fees than just a dumpster. What do you get for your money when you rent a dumpster in Hamilton, and what additional fees could there be?

What Do You Get For Your Dumpster Rental Fees?

When you rent a dumpster from Clean Er Up Bin Rentals, we have your back. Yes, we know that makes it sound like it’s a vacation with everything included, but when you’re doing a lot of heavy work and loading that dumpster it’s going to feel like a vacation when someone shows up to take all of it off your hands and leave you with a clean yard.

The dumpster rental fees include the delivery of the dumpster, the pick-up, the disposal (including landfill and recycling fees), and fuel charges. In other words, it’s the whole package. You pick how long you want to have it, then we come with the dumpster on our truck, place it in the driveway (or the relevant area where you’re working), you fill it up over the course of the several days you have it, then we pick it up, haul it away, and you’ll never have to worry about anything in it ever again.

Where Can You Find the Rental Fees?

The rental fees are on our website, which you can access here. When you get to the page, you can select the right size dumpster for your job, the number of days you’re going to need it, and the date you want it. The price will be right there in front of you—you don’t even need to talk to a salesperson. 

Each quote gives you the full price and gives you a weight limit. If you exceed that weight limit, then there is a prorated disposal cost on top of the original price (and that prorated disposal cost is also listed on the website, so everything is transparent). If you want to keep the dumpster for an additional few days, there’s a cost listed there for that as well.

What Additional Fees Are There for Dumpster Rental?

There are additional fees for dumpster rentals for going over the allotted weight limit (which is clearly marked online), and the cost for keeping the dumpster for additional days, though there are a few more fees for rare circumstances. 

  • Typically, all our dumpsters include one US Ton (2000 lbs) of weight. Extra weight is $120 per US Ton, and that’s prorated (so if you only put in an extra half ton, you’ll only pay half that). 
  • If you need the bin for more than your rented days, the day extension fee is $20 per extra day
  • In the event that we come to pick up the dumpster and cannot get it (either because it is overfilled or is blocked by vehicles) there will be a dry-run charge of between $100 and $150.
  • Every tire in the bin will add a $10 Eco fee charge. 
  • In the event that you have disposed of restricted or hazardous materials in the bins to which a spill occurs, there will be a charge for $450 for a Hazardous Materials/Spill Clean Up.


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The Best Bin Rentals For Large Property Cleanouts

Southern Ontario is a unique place because within 100 mile radius, you can experience just about every style of living. You can go from living in a dense heavily populated city in Toronto, to suburban living in Mississauga, Oakville, Brampton and the surrounding region, to smaller more intimate towns and even living on a farm. It is a great place filled with a diverse population that enjoys everything from condo living, to settling into life on a horse farm.

One of the benefits of living on a large property like a farm, or larger piece of land is that you can simply enjoy your outdoors. You can create it in any way you choose, and since you are far away from your neighbors, your outdoor space becomes an extension of your home.

Now that more and more people are able to work from home, living outside of a city makes even more sense. Your home buying dollar goes further, and you get to spend spring, summer and fall on your large piece of property and enjoy nature. You can even build on it and create a completely detached home office, so when you need some privacy from the main house, you can retreat to an office and focus on your work.

One of the downsides of large properties is that over the years they become magnets of unwanted stuff. If you take a walk around any farm house or large property you will find endless amounts of stuff just laying around against fences or in fields. It can be anything too from old bicycle frames, broken equipment, long forgotten about pieces of fencing and leftover material from renovation projects. It is everywhere and unfortunately it is not only an eyesore, it impacts the value of your home.

Getting rid of all of these bits of stuff and debris is a great way to give your outdoors a spring cleaning.

Depending on how much unwanted junk you have on your property, you will probably need at least a weekend or two to get rid of it all. You will also need two more things. A few good friends to help you out that are willing to work for bbq and some cold pops, and a roll-off disposal dumpster bin.

Your stuff has to be taken to a local recycling centre and disposed of safely and according to the law. That means it all has to go into a dumpster and safely be removed. You can choose from 4 different sizes of roll-off bins, and have it placed on your property in a location that is central to where you are working. Then when it is full, it can be hauled away and returned if needed for another load.

Once everything is removed from your property you will now be able to enjoy it clean and free of rusty unwanted junk and enjoy a nice increase in your property value. It’s a great way to start the summer with a fresh start and look.

What Can Go Inside Of A Disposal Bin Rental?

With spring around the corner in Southern Ontario, and summer right behind it, construction companies and homeowners are gearing up for their next home renovation, landscaping project, large scale decluttering and construction job. All of these projects mean that you will require a roll-off dumpster bin, and you can order one of our 4 bin sizes online. When you place your order we will schedule delivery and pickup times that are convenient for your schedule, and place your dumpster bin on your property on a hard flat surface that is easily accessible for your crew.

If this is your first project and you have never used a disposal bin rental service before, you probably have a few questions. Questions are great, and we love helping our clients. One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is what items are allowed in a roll-off dumpster bin, and what can’t be placed in our bins.

Here is what you can place in our disposal bins:

• Wood – fencing, decking, firewood, old lumber.
• Construction materials – debris, drywall, tiling, wallboard, Sheetrock.
• Garden debris – branches, tree and hedge clippings, sod, dirt.
• Furniture – couches/sofas, desks, file cabinets, tables, dressers, sofa beds, mattresses.
• Appliances – fridges, freezers, stoves, dishwashers, washers and dryers.
• Basement, garage, shed and attic junk – boxes, books, old tools, tires.
• Electronics – computers, monitors, copy machines, printers.
• Garbage – cardboard, rubbish, paper.
• Concrete – from broken pathways or flooring.
• Roofing items – cedar and asphalt shingles.
• Renovation junk – walls, doors, windows, plywood, drywall, floor boards, plasterboard and frames, etc.
• Old tires – there is an added disposal charge for tires.

There are numerous items that cannot be disposed of because of safety hazards, environmental threats and local restrictions.

Items that cannot be placed in our bins:

• Combustible or flammable liquids
• Propane tanks
• Paint
• Paint thinner
• Solvents
• Items explicitly listed as hazardous

The items that cannot be placed in our bins can be taken to your local hazardous material depot. Most cities and towns have one or several of them, so a quick internet search will help you find one closest to your home.

We always remove your unwanted debris and material as safely as possible, and according to the law, so if you have any further questions regarding what is allowed in our bins, we invite you to contact us with any questions and a member of our team will be happy to answer you as soon as possible.

Decluttering Tips For Bin Rentals In Hamilton, Ontario

Spring is almost here and thousands of homeowners in Hamilton, Ontario are spending their spare time planning a weekend of cleaning out their homes and doing a deep spring-clean.

We love spring cleaning because it allows you to totally rediscover and reinvent your home. You suddenly find loads of untapped space in your closets, spare room, basement, garage, shed and kitchen. All of that space that way previously being used as storage space for unwanted stuff can now be remodeled into anything you want. The basement was full of old unwanted stuff? Now it can be turned into a home entertainment room, a home office, or a gym. Really, it can be anything of your choosing and it is like putting an addition on your home, that is totally free.

We have offered a few spring cleaning tips in other articles, and here are a few of our ideas on how to make decluttering your home a much easier.

Go Deep

We have all heard the term “Out of sight out of mind” right? It certainly applies to our homes and unwanted stuff that accumulated over the years. We kept all of these things in our storage areas because we thought we might need it one day, but we forgot why. Remember that massive old school big screen you put in the garage 10 years ago? Do you really think you will be using it again? Nope. You really won’t. The same goes for that couch the in laws asked you to store, but they forgot about and those golf clubs you kept despite only playing the game once every 5 years.

Go Even Deeper: Nooks And Crannies

When you are digging through your closets and deciding to toss out your pleated jeans and old bowling shoes, go deeper and check the shelves. You will find loads of brand new space in your bedroom and kitchen closets when you look up high and go through the shelves and drawers. If you think of it as square footage, it adds up quickly and you can repurpose that space to store things you actually want to keep and have easy access to when you need it. Plus it is also a great excuse to hit up the retailers and pick up a few things you have always wanted, but never felt you had space for.

Forgotten In Plain Sight

You have to give it up to Marie Kondo. She really knows what she is talking about. Her axiom of “if you don’t love it, get rid of it” are words to live by, and this especially applies to furniture.

Your floor space is filled with furniture that you navigate every day and never really think about very much. However, if you take a good honest look around at all of your furniture, artwork, accent pieces etc, ask yourself if you really love it. If the answer is no, then it’s time to get rid of it.

These are just a few ideas to help you inventory your next spring cleaning project. It will also help you decide on a dumpster bin size when you order with us online. However, we suggest that if you aren’t entirely sure of what size bin you need to order, then you should contact us and we will be happy to suggest the ideal bin size for your next project.

Dumpster Bin Guide

So you have finally decided that your next project can’t or won’t wait, and you are putting the pieces together. You have found a contractor, pulled the necessary permits, planned your life accordingly and now you are here because you need a dumpster for all of the material that needs to be removed.

At this point you have decided to use Clean Er Up dumpster rentals because we’re awesome (yes, we really are and we thank you for your business), however you are trying to pick the correct sized bin for your project. You can call or email us and we will offer you a suggestion, or here is our simple breakdown of what we suggest for your next order.


Let’s say you are doing some decluttering like cleaning out the garage, basement or even the whole house. Depending on the room you are cleaning out, and how much stuff you have (most people tend to underestimate how much stuff they have accumulated over the years) you will almost certainly want one of our larger bins. You can choose from our 16 yard or 20 yard bins, and again depending on how much stuff you are throwing out, you can expect anywhere from 6-8 truckloads to be removed.


If you are planning a home renovation, addition or large scale construction project we strongly advise you to simply skip right over the smaller bins and order our 20 yard bin. Construction projects produce a massive amount of material and debris, and many of those pieces like wall framing are large pieces that won’t fit into a smaller bin, so it is best to go for the largest of our bins and expect roughly 12 truckloads to be removed.


Roofing and shingle replacement is fairly common in Southern Ontario because our winters tend to be rough on our homes, which means we usually need to replace our roofing every 20-25 years. These projects created a lot of debris so depending on the size of your roof, we suggest that you choose our 16 yard or 20 yard bins. They can handle all of the material easily and you can expect roughly 4-5 truckloads to be removed.


Our clients are always amazed at how much material is removed during a landscaping project. Even a small project like simply re-sodding your lawn produces a massive amount of debris. For example, imagine rolling up all of your existing yard, plus a few layers of soil, rock and other sediment and then fitting it all into your garage. See what we mean? Therefore, we suggest that you order either our 4 yard or 10 yard dumpster for your project, and expect roughly 6-10 truckloads to be removed.


Are you digging up your old driveway or removing a large concrete slab, like a patio? If so you are going to need a 4 yard dumpster bin and expect anywhere from 6-8 truckloads to

What Not To Do When Renting A Dumpster

What Not To Do When Renting A Dumpster

Winter is almost over for Canadians and we at Clean Er Up Bin Rentals know you want to get your project completed. Whether it’s a household cleanout, renovation or an end of tenancy cleaning, it’s understandable to get as much done as possible considering how cold it is outside. With temperatures sometimes reaching as low as -30°C, it’s tempting to over heap contents into a dumpster. I mean hey, who wants to be outside in the cold weather, but work has to get done regardless and we’re here to help guide you through the process of what NOT to do when renting a dumpster so you don’t have to work twice!

Over heaping Dumpsters

First and foremost, over heaping isn’t good for our driver’s safety and it’s not good for when they have to tarp the bin. Going past the Fill Line carries a fine of $200 as the driver has to stop the normal flow of work and has to start taking debris out of the bin that is poking out. It’s also illegal for dumpster rental companies to haul any containers that have debris sticking out. Along with the fact of tarping, it’s already time consuming to put a tarp onto a dumpster by yourself never mind having to first take out debris and then starting to put the tarp on. Can you imagine having to do that to every bin you come across? It would be a nightmare. Also, when one our drivers comes to pick up your dumpster rental and the dumpster is over heaping, it slows down our order flow as the driver has several orders to fulfill and slowing down isn’t fun for anyone involved. One of our goals at Clean Er Up Bin Rentals is to always be on time for pick up and drop off for all customers involved so everyone has a great experience.

Dry Run

This one really isn’t fun at all as a dry run can be confusing for both parties involved. A Dry Run charge occurs when an order is scheduled out and when it comes time to fulfill that order it is either

A- Cancelled by the customer


B- A random occurrence stops the driver from being able to fulfill the order (car blocking access to the dumpster bin)

Before you call for a pickup please make sure the driver has access to the bin so the driver doesn’t have to either call you or the office to find out what’s going on with the pickup. When an order is scheduled to be fulfilled, the driver is going to be there on time to remove the bin but when the bin cannot be removed a Dry Run Fee is charged at a rate of $100

Hazardous Material/Spill/Batteries

When filling up your dumpster rental, the first thing that comes to mind is to just throw out all of your “garbage” that’s been sitting around for a long time. Make sure you read our Terms of Lease to have an understand what can or can’t go inside the dumpster not only for your safety but for the safety of the economy and our drivers. Certain material is considered hazardous to the environment and should not be disposed of inside our dumpster rentals. We’re trying to help the earth by bringing your garbage directly to a recycling plant so they can sort through the recyclables and any hazardous material slows down the process of recycling. When going through your chosen debris to throw out, please don’t throw any paint inside the bins as the paint will stain the inside of the bins and a fee of $450 will be charged so we can have the bin re-painted and cleaned by a 3rd party company. Paint spills are really unfortunate for us as a company and for your driveway so be sure to be careful with what you put inside the bin rental or the paint contents could end up spilling on your driveway! Last but not least is batteries. Batteries tend to leak out heavy metals and is not good for the recycling facility to handle as it contaminates the good high quality recyclable material making it not so recyclable anymore.

As you can see, we care about our customers and want the best for everyone so please be fair to our bins and we will always deliver the exceptional service you trust in at Clean Er Up Bin Rentals. If you have any questions or concerns about what can or can’t go inside one of our dumpster rentals feel free to email us at the bottom of the website or give us a call.

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Rent A Bin

When it comes to renting a dumpster, there are many reasons why you would want to rent one. Junk Removal jobs, yard waste disposal, new construction jobs you name it. As you can tell the list doesn’t stop but we’ve realized the top 5 reasons why you should rent a bin from Clean Er Up Bin Rentals.

Junk Removal

Whether you’re in the mood for your own junk removal or would like us to help with your debris removal we’re one phone call away. Junk Removal can be a tedious job as lots of objects are very heavy and can be time consuming. We offer 4 different container sizes, 4-yard containers, 10-yard containers, 16-yard containers & 20-yard containers that easily help with your junk removal needs

New Construction

Yes, you read that right, New construction jobs are a big demand for bin services. Our trucks are able to quickly deliver junk bins, skip dumpsters whatever you want to call it, we have them in stock. For New construction jobs we recommend our 20-yard garbage bin along with a 7-day rental package.

House Hold Clean Outs

Have you ever woken up one day and thought “I should really clean out this basement”? That’s where we step in and help you with your house hold bin rental. Our bin services are mainly house hold clean outs ranging from 16-yard to 20-yard dumpster bin rentals. The best part about household cleanouts from what we’ve seen in our data is that 3-day rentals are the perfect rental packages so no more worrying about long it should take you to clean that basement we have it answered right here for you!

House Renovations

One of the staples in the waste management business is renting out bins to customers for home renovations. These bins range from 4 yards to 40 yards in length. For now, Clean Er Up offers 4 yards to 20 yards to service your home renovation needs. For heavier debris like dirt, concrete, asphalt, we recommend 4-yard container rentals. For lighter debris like wood, drywall, and appliances, we recommend 16-to-20-yard container rentals.

Yard Projects

We’ve saved the best for last, landscaping bins! Designing your garden creates excess dirt that will need to be disposed of. Our 4-yard bins for your garden are great for sod removal, concrete removal and many more types of debris. When renting a 4 yard, please notify us if you’re using the bin rental for clean fill (the same debris type no mixing) or a mixed bin (different debris mixed together) as our trucks can only pick up a max of 5 Tons (10,000 lbs.) and yard waste is usually very heavy.

How To Rent A Bin In Ontario

Renting a bin in Ontario depends on a few different factors. How long of a rental period should I choose? What container size would I need to get rid of the unwanted debris? What tools do I need to make sure I can complete the job at hand? These are all questions people ask when renting a bin. At Clean Er Up Bin Rentals we’re here to help you with all of those confusing questions. We understand how to choose the right waste container size from years of experience. As a customer, you’ve come to the right place to get your job completed and we’re here to guide you through the process in helping you understand how to rent a bin.

Order Online

We have Online Ordering for customers who are computer savvy, it’s as easy a few clicks and they’re on their way to booking a bin online. For other customers who are used to calling, we offer that service as well but we recommend all customers check our FAQ and Pricing List for any questions or pricing concerns they may have.

Phone Calls

Calling Clean Er Up Bin Rentals would be the fastest way to rent a bin as well as asking us any questions you have in regards to the rental process. Please call +1 844 958-5678


For customers that are always busy, we recommend you contact us via email and we will promptly get back to you with any questions you have. We will help guide you through the process of choosing the right bin size all the way till the day of pick up!

Social Media

If you managed to see us on Social Media Via Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, then feel free to reach out on one of those platforms and we will get back to you In the same day

Choosing the right tools

Make sure before you rent a bin from us that you have organized how to get the job done. Each customer is different when it comes to renting a bin but we want to make sure it’s as easy as possible for you to work efficiently.

Tools that help with renting a 4-yard dumpster


Skid steer (Bobcat) we offer this service as well and you can call in to book the rental


Garbage Cans


Tools that help with renting 10-to-20-yard dumpsters

Lifting straps (for heavier objects like fridges, pianos, and washing machines)

Boxes (for smaller items)

Garbage Bags

Tarps to cover the bin for days that it rains

Preparing for delivery of the bin

There’s a few things you’ll need to know when preparing for the bin rental drop off day.

We’ll need at least 40ft space of length and 8ft of width to drop down the bin on the surface instructed to us.

Clear any cars that will be in the way the day of delivery

Before we leave, we’ll need you to sign the rental agreement unless you’ve signed it online.

Preparing for pickup of the bin

Steps are the same for the delivery process and this time there’s no paperwork to sign.

We will notify you of pickup day either by phone, email or text message

If you need to extend the rental it will be an extra charge of $20+tax per day

How Do I Know What Dumpster Size I Need?

Finding the right size roll-off dumpster is crucial, no matter what the type of project. With the perfectly sized dumpster onsite, waste disposal becomes convenient, efficient, and even cost-effective, whether it’s a renovation, new construction, demolition, or a simple home de-cluttering project.

How to Choose the Right Dumpster Size for Your Project?

If you try to squeeze 10 yards of debris in a 4-yard dumpster in an attempt to save costs, it can be counterproductive. A dumpster bin that is too small tends to be overloaded, which can lead to a mess and extra disposal fees. It can even slow down work as piles of junk gather on location and you find yourself struggling to fit it all in or work around it.

In some instances, you may even have to scramble for an additional bin at the last minute, which can prove to be twice as costly. On the other hand, if the bin is too big, you end up paying unnecessarily for a large sized bin that is not required.

So, how does one find the perfect dumpster rental size? Clean Er Up Bin Rentals provides a helpful guide to help you pick the ideal size based on the type of project so you’re able to stay on schedule and on budget.

Factors to Select the Right Dumpster Size

When picking the right size disposal container for any venture, residential or commercial, some of the most important considerations are the type and volume of waste

Type of Waste

What type of junk will your project generate? Will it be household waste or construction material like wood planks, saw dust, or other raw material? Will it be concrete and brick? For instance, demolition projects typically lead to heavy waste such as block, brick, and asphalt that require large-size dumpster bins that have a high weight bearing capacity. On the other hand, for a garage or attic clean-out, a moderate 10-yard dumpster rental will suffice.

Total Volume

Clean Er Up Bin Rentals provides dumpsters that are typically ‘sized’ according to the cubic yard of volume they can hold. We provide 4, 10, 16, and 20 yard dumpster rentals.

To get a sense, please note that one yard can hold the waste of up to six trash bags (13-gallon). Or you may consider the weight instead of volume but it’s more difficult to estimate the weight of your junk. Then, based on the yard volume or weight, you can easily pick one of our bin sizes. For additional help in selection of the right dumpster size, refer to the next section.

What Are the Different Dumpster Sizes?

Clean Er Up Bin Rentals offers four different sizes of dumpsters to accommodate the varying needs of different types of projects, be it remodeling, construction, demolition, or clean-out. Here are their respective dimensions and project suitability.

4 Yard – 12′ long, 4′ wide, 2′ high

This is the smallest size of dumpster and is a fit for compact-sized home projects. It’s also perfect for small scale home de-cluttering.

10 Yard – 12′ long, 5′ wide, 5′ high

This model is best for small scale contractors looking to have a waste or storage bin onsite for renovation projects.

16 Yard – 12′ long, 6′ wide, 5′ high

Families looking to de-clutter their full-sized houses or mid-size contractors looking for a bin for debris for renovation projects can benefit from this midsize bin.

20 Yard – 12′ long, 8′ wide, 6′ high

This large commercial dumpster size is most suitable for contractors or families working on large remodeling or de-cluttering projects.

Quick and Easy Clean-Ups with Clean Er Up Bin Rentals

Clean Er Up Bin Rentals offers dumpsters for rent for diverse projects like construction, household debris, home clean-outs, renovation, remodeling, flood / fire restoration, and more!

If you need help in choosing the right dumpster rental size for your needs, contact us today and one of our experienced staff will evaluate your requirements and then recommend the perfect solution. Or reserve a bin now!

Dumpster Services: Dumpster Rental or Junk Removal?

Whether you’re renovating or starting new construction — or even if you just have a lot of junk you’d like to get rid of once and for all — it’s not like you can snap your fingers and have it all cleaned up. In fact, unless you want to start accumulating junk as a side gig, you’ll need various dumpster services such as a dumpster rental or some kind of junk removal to get all that rubbish off your property and safely disposed of.

But when is it better to rent a dumpster versus hiring a junk removal service? That all depends on what kind of junk you have, your capabilities and how much you’re willing to pay. Let’s take a look.

Junk Removal Option 1: Dumpster Rental

If the job is on the smaller side and you have the capability to clear out the debris and junk yourself, a dumpster rental is your best bet. It works like this: Basically, you call a dumpster services company in Hamilton, Ontario, and they’ll schedule a drop-off of one of their dumpsters. Once you’ve filled it, they return to haul the junk away. 

Keep in mind that you’ll want to have a general idea of how much junk you have so that you can order the right dumpster, and if you’re in an urban area you may have to secure additional permits for a dumpster on a city street in the Hamilton area.

Sizing for dumpster services is fairly straightforward, and dumpsters are typically measured in yards, which refers to the cubic capacity of a given dumpster. Dumpsters come in sizes as small as 4 yards up to 20 yard bins. Larger dumpsters are more expensive than smaller ones, so you’ll want to order the dumpster size that is adequate for the job at hand but no bigger. That’ll help you save money and optimize space on the site. 

A dumpster rental in Hamilton, Ontario is also charged by time and pickup weight, so it’s important to keep those considerations in mind before reaching out to a dumpster services company.

Junk Removal Option 2: Junk Removal

On the other hand, if you’d rather not mess with all that junk, you can rent a dumpster as well as the manpower that will take all your junk away. Not only will the dumpster services company bring a dumpster to your home, place of business or wherever you have a junk disposal need, but they’ll lift and move all that junk and heavy stuff into the trailer so you don’t have to lift a finger.

That’s great if you just want the junk gone, and it’s also just as easy as ordering a dumpster. Simply tell the dumpster services company how much junk you have, and they’ll show up, load everything and then take it all away to a local recycling or disposal center.

If you have more than a few pieces of large furniture, the junk removal company should be able to give you a cost estimate up front, as well as when they expect to be completed. Depending on what kind of junk you have and how intricate the job is, once the job’s done, you’ll get a final invoice with the total cost based on how much junk was removed, how long it took and the dumpster size that was used.

Keep in mind that this service is more expensive than a simple bin rental, so if you have the ability to load up the junk yourself, that’s probably the way to go.

For more on dumpster rentals and other dumpster services in Hamilton, Ontario Canada, contact the junk removal experts at Clean Er Up Bin Rentals. We’re your answer to a junk disposal problem.