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Old 04-17-2012, 07:33 PM   #1
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i bought a 20 yard sorce dumpster in dec and filled it up quick and i need another one but i only need probably a 8 yard. does anyone know a company that has less than a 12 yd and at a cheap price for hartland. i dont want to spend another 300+ on a 12 yarder as i dont even need one that big, thanks

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call the same company and check with them to see if they have smaller ones. most companys that deal in that do otherwise your going to have to call a small hauling outfit who will load it and take it away

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How about the "bagster" from HD?
Big enough?

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call the same company and check with them to see if they have smaller ones. most companys that deal in that do otherwise your going to have to call a small hauling outfit who will load it and take it away
any cheap ones that you know of?
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How about the "bagster" from HD?
Big enough?
thought of that, i probably need something a little bigger. want to finish cleaning the basement and do some landscaping
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thought of that, i probably need something a little bigger. want to finish cleaning the basement and do some landscaping
They are rated at 3,300 lbs?
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The bagsters are only 3yds and approx $140-170 including pick up.
I paid $375 for 20yd dumpsters. The 10 and 15 aren't much cheaper, maybe $30ish.

Get the 20 and let your neighbors throw some stuff in it.....goodwill goes a long way!!
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The bagsters are only 3yds and approx $140-170 including pick up.
I paid $375 for 20yd dumpsters. The 10 and 15 aren't much cheaper, maybe $30ish.

Get the 20 and let your neighbors throw some stuff in it.....goodwill goes a long way!!
yea i know they not much cheaper, i just dont have a lot of extra money right now so trying to find a good deal. not in a hurry right this moment
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you cant go by what people say on the internet.. you'll have to do the legwork and call around to company's in your region. im no where near you so i cant say plus our company hauls all our own debris in the trailer we own saves us $1000's of dollars over having someone else do it for us
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you cant go by what people say on the internet.. you'll have to do the legwork and call around to company's in your region. im no where near you so i cant say plus our company hauls all our own debris in the trailer we own saves us $1000's of dollars over having someone else do it for us
This is an excellent point!
I called half a dozen companies before settling on the one I picked.
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This is an excellent point!
I called half a dozen companies before settling on the one I picked.
i know, i figured it wouldnt hurt to ask if anyone had a good reccomendation
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They all are going to be pretty similar. You aren't going to get much cheaper than a 10-12 yarder. Remember, state tax on landfill tipping fees went up in the last year and with fuel prices the way they are, it's not as cheap as it used to be.

Reminds me - make sure to ask what % they are going to tack on the bill for "fuel surcharge" and how many days you can have the container before they start charging extra for rent.

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