Dumpsters for homeowners, contractors, businesses and more!
Liberty Hauling Services is a fully licensed and insured dumpster service provider able to accommodate any size project from garage cleanouts to full-scale commercial demolition jobs. Our inventory of 10, 20, and 30 cubic yard roll-off containers will suit the needs of homeowners, contractors, real estate companies, banks, commercial clients, and anyone else in need of bulk waste disposal solutions.
Liberty is a locally owned and operated waste hauler serving Orlando and all of Central Florida. Our team is dedicated to ensuring we meet, and even exceed, our customer’s expectations. That’s why we offer responsive same-day service, 24-hour availability, hassle-free pricing and an easy rental process.
Get started by calling (407) 977-4187 to discuss your project – we’d be happy to offer a free dumpster quote.
Dumpster Sizes in Orlando
Our friendly staff will help you choose the ideal container size based on your disposal needs and budget. Below are the approximate size and dimensions of our dumpster inventory. Give us a call for complete rental terms and weight allowances.
- 10 yarders: 11 ft. L x 8 ft. W x 4 ft. H
- 20 yarders: 20 ft. L x 8 ft. W x 5 ft. H
- 30 yarders: 20 ft. L x 8 ft. W x 7 ft. H
Liberty is equipped for handling container swap-outs, same-day service, multiple dumpster rentals and more. Our rates are negotiable for contractors renting multiple dumpsters. Whatever it takes to achieve complete customer satisfaction, we’ll make it happen!
Which dumpster size is right for me?
It’s important to determine three key bits of information:
- The type of debris, waste or junk
- How much of it you have to dispose of
- Space available for dumpster placement
This information is helpful in deciding whether a compact 10 yard bin is right for the cleanup or if a larger 30 yard dumpster is the best way to go. In general, smaller containers are best for smaller cleanups and for heavy debris, such as concrete or dirt. Larger bins are perfect for big cleanups or for bulky items, such as furniture.
Rule of thumb: When in doubt, go with the larger container.
It’s better to have more dumpster capacity than not enough. Getting too small of a container could result in having to rent a second one, or it could end in an overage charge in the event you overload it with too much waste, junk or debris.
Here’s a handy visual that will help you see how much space 1 cubic yard takes up: