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San Diego Dumpster Rentals

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Easy & Affordable Dumpster Rentals in San Diego

Got junk? 
Finally cleaning out all that old yard waste, remodel waste, construction debris, or just household junk? Haul'n Off Dumpster Rentals in San Diego is your go to dumpster rental and or Junk removal  service! When it comes to dumpsters in San Diego CA area, we're the experts. Our Team members are pros at dumpster rental services, representing the San Diego area. We supply great quality dumpsters that are clean and ready to be used. Our dumpsters are great for household clutter, or your latest remodel project.
When organizing drop off and pick up we work hard to make sure you get your dumpster rental when and where you need it. Our customer service department is well versed when it comes to Various situations and how best we can serve your waste removal needs.

Our San Diego dumpster rentals are a fleet of commercial-grade dumpsters. We are confident that we have the perfect dumpster to suit your needs like dumpster for construction debris, yard waste dumpster, building material loads, household junk removal, waste removal, or home remodeling dumpster rental. Our dumpsters are maintained by our maintenance crew. We guarantee that the structural integrity of our dumpsters will be top-notch. All of the moving parts of our dumpsters are frequently inspected and serviced to ensure ease of use. You will be pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness of our commercial dumpsters.

Our maintenance crew ensures that any dumpster provided to our clients is very well kept. Affodable Dumpster rental in San Diego provided by Haul'n Off guarantees a great experience for our customers.

To learn more about dumpsters such as weight limits, cost to rent, dumpster permit, and rental period, contact our dumpster rental in San Diego CA today. We are a locally owned and operated company and here to assist you right away! Call today.

Our Dumpster Rentals

Types Of Dumpster Rentals

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Dumpster for Construction Debris

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Dumpster for General Home Waste

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Dumpster for Yard Waste

Renting a Dumpster is Easy!

Renting a dumpster in San Diego is easy, but it can look like a daunting task for a first time renter.

You can schedule delivery in minutes, but make sure you do a some research to learn how to get the best deal on your dumpster rental. There are many companies out there to choose from, but many are national brokerages that lack customer relations. Our dumpster rental guide will cover everything you need to know to ensure your rental goes smoothly.

Common Uses for Rented Dumpsters

  • Garage cleanouts

  • Spring cleaning 

  • Decluttering a house 

  • Yard waste removal

  • Roofing waste

  • Kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects

  • General Construction Waste

  • Moving Out and getting rid of junk


    What types of Dumpsters are there?

Commercial Dumpsters

Commercial dumpsters are the permanent dumpsters placed at a businesses.

These types of dumpsters aren't temporary, like roll-off dumpsters. They are assigned by service contract maintained regularly by a Waste management company. These dumpsters are usually smaller that a roll off and hold about 3-6 yards of waste. These trash containers have plastic lids to keep the odor of waste in and un-authorized waster out. 

Construction Dumpsters

Construction dumpsters  or roll-off dumpsters as most tradesman call them, can be used for more than just construction debris removal. Construction dumpster rental is a great solution for any large cleanup job, like cleaning out your house, backyard, or even material hauling. one of the most common uses removing debris from a home remodeling projects.

Typically holding 10 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards of debris, these are larger, open-top waste containers rented by the day.

Understand Dumpster Rental Terms and Conditions

Often, customers are surprised by dumpster overage charges and fees, so it's important to understand the rental terms by reading the contract thoroughly. No one likes surprises when it comes to a service charge. Make sure you know your rental terms before you place your order. 


Here are a few things you should make sure you understand clearly when renting a dumpster:

  • How much tonnage of waste is included in the price?

  • What can and can not be put in to the dumpster?

  • How do I arrange for pick-up when I'm done?

  • Will you protect my driveway and or property?

Understanding the waste tonnage included in your dumpster rental is very important, especially if you're disposing of heavy debris. If you go over your weight limit, you will have to pay additional fees, which can add up quickly. San Diego Landfill fees are some of the highest in the country so overage fees can add up quickly. Some companies will automatically come pick the dumpster up at the end of your rental period, this helps the Renter stay within budget. Others will wait for you to call this can add unexpected cost to the final price of your rental. We recommend Choosing a company that lets you see the full amount of your rental upfront. That way you can stay within budget for your waste removal project. Because each hauling company works a little differently, and they have different exceptions to rules, we recommend confirming with them what can and cannot be put in their dumpsters.

If you are disposing of Dirt or concrete, you may need specialized equipment to load the dumpster some dumpster rental companies can assist you with this. because heavy materials such as dirt and concrete can require additional equipment they are some of the most expensive materials to haul in a dumpster. 


What Can Go in a Dumpster

You can put just a bout anything that can go into your household trash can, which includes,

  • Household junk

  • Furniture

  • Clothing

  • Paper products

  • Non-organic trash

Some building materials are best loaded as “clean loaded,” meaning it is the only material in the dumpster. This aids in recycling and not adding to the build up in our cities landfills.

These include:

  • Concrete

  • Roofing shingles

  • Wood

  • Drywall

  • Dirt

  • Concrete

Make sure and check with your provider to make sure they offer discounts for clean-loads on your dumpster.


What Can't Go in a Dumpster

You cannot put hazardous waste or liquids, food waste, and other hazardous materials into your dumpster.

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Televisions

  • Computer monitors

  • Refrigerators

  • Paints

  • Solvents

  • Asbestos

  • Tires

  • Batteries

  • Contaminated soils

  • Fuels

  • Resins

  • Food waste

  • Adhesives

  • Railroad ties

If you have any hazardous or unacceptable items, talk with your provider or contact the San Diego Environmental Services  to learn how and where you can properly dispose of hazardous wastes.


How does the Dumpster Rental Process Work?

Drop off and Delivery

Once you've shopped around a bit and you've found that Haul'n Off offers the best price, it's time to schedule a delivery date and time. Every company is different some you will have to call and ask for their availability while others offer fast convenient online booking. Contact the company of choice and let them know when you need your dumpster.

If they can't provide the dumpster when you need it, you will likely want to call Haul'n Off (I know shameless plug, just thought we'd save you some time). When scheduling  your delivery, make sure you express clearly where on your property you would like the dumpster placed. In the City of San Diego if a Dumpster is placed on the street the home owner will need to purchase a permit. A good dumpster rental company will do their best to protect your property during delivery and pick up by placing something between the dumpster and your driveway/walkway. Always make sure the work site is ready when the dumpster arrives. Having a driver wait for an extended period of time could cost you in additional fees. 

Loading Your Dumpster

Once your dumpster is where you need it, it's time to load it up with all your waste or debris.

We recommend packing it tightly to get the most out of your rental. Some items can be large and bulky its best to break these items down to make room for other waste. 

Schedule Pick-Up

Once you’re done using your dumpster, contact the rental company to let them know you’re ready for it to be picked up.

When they arrive, they’ll pick up your dumpster, pull it back onto their truck, and haul it off.