Roofing Dumpster Rentals

Low-cost Roofing Dumpster Rentals

Installing a new roof? Renting a dumpster is the best way to get rid of the old shingles. We’ve got you covered, whether you’re a professional roofer or a do-it-yourself enthusiast. Dumpster rentals from us make it simple and affordable to complete a roofing project.

There are a broad variety of dumpster sizes to choose from for any residential or commercial roofing project.

Roofing materials such as Roofing Shingles are disposed of in Dumpsters for Roofing Materials, Tile, Wood, and Gravel.

With our drivers’ help, your roof tear-off will go as smoothly as possible. If a dumpster is placed close enough to a building or dwelling, roofers can scrape off the roof’s debris and dump it there.

When it comes to hazardous or chemically linked substances, we rarely get rid of anything at all. Some waste disposal facilities, on the other hand, take roof tar and foam.

Please check with us before loading any form of debris, as city-to-city trash facility rules can vary greatly.

For Your Roofing Waste, Choose an Appropriate Dumpster Size

Before you begin, you should know the type of shingles that will be removed and the overall square footage. The most common types of rubber shingle roofs are three-tab and architectural. Architectural shingles are heavier than three-tab shingles because of their larger thickness.

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  • Shingles (1,000 to 2,000 square feet) x 10-15 Yard Dumpster = 10-20 Squares.
  • 15-40 yard dumpster for 20-40 square feet of shingles
  • 4,000 to 6,000 square feet of shingles need two 20-yard dumpsters.
  • The shingles will necessitate the use of three 20 Yard Dumpsters (4,000 to 8,000 square feet).

Specifications for Three-Tab Roofing Shingles:

  • 10 Yard Dumpster = 10 Shingle Squares (1,000-2,000 Square Feet)
  • 20-40 Shingle Squares in a 15-Yard Dumpster (2,000-4,000 Square Feet)
  • In a 20-yard dumpster, you can fit up to 60 shingles (4,000 to 6,000 square feet).
  • Two 20-yard dumpsters equal 60-80 squares of shingle (6,000-8,000 square feet).
  • Two 20-yard dumpsters are equal to 60-80 shingle squares (6,000-8,000 square feet).

Determine how many squares of roofing material are needed.

  • One roofing square is equal to 100 square feet of shingles. One square of roofing material requires three packages of shingles.
  • Determine how many packs you’ll need to purchase. For a 10 square foot roof, an average of 30 bundles of asphalt shingles are required.
  • (10 is the remainder when you divide 30 by 3.)” If the roof has two layers of roofing materials, there are 20 squares. For cedar shakes, you’ll need a much larger dumpster.
  • If you need to get rid of ten squares of cedar shakes, you’ll need a 10 yard dumpster.
  • Contact a roofing specialist or check the page below to see how many squares of roof you have in total.

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Follow these guidelines to ensure you purchase the correct dumpster for your needs. It will be decided by the amount of layers in your trash. There are 20 squares × 2 layers in this case. There are 40 squares in a row. For cedar shakes, a larger container is required.