Dumpster Rentals in Barclay-Kingston, NJ

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Renting a Dumpster in Barclay-Kingston Is Easy

Are you looking to get started on a new renovation project or just looking to declutter? Look no further because Junk Rescue offers incredibly easy and affordable dumpster rentals in Barclay-Kingston, NJ. If you’re ready to get started, our team can bring your dumpster rental to you the same day.

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Find the Right Dumpster Size for Your Project

No matter the size of your project, we have a dumpster rental that will suit your needs. Junk Rescue offers two sizes of dumpster rentals in Barclay-Kingston: a 10-yard and 20-yard dumpster. Depending on the size of your project, both can effectively get your junk out of sight.

10 Yard Dumpster

Weight Limit:
1 - 3 Tons

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20 Yard Dumpster

Weight Limit:
3 - 4 Tons

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Forbidden Materials Include: Aerosol cans, Dirt, Fluorescent tubes , flammable liquids, Animals ,Paint (except completely dried), Hazardous waste, lead paint chips, White goods (Appliances) Herbicides & pesticides, Propane tanks, Asbestos, Industrial waste, Radioactive material, Lubricating/hydraulic oil, Railroad ties, batteries, Medical waste Solvents, Chemicals, Televisions, Monitors, Tires, gasoline etc and other hazardous objects (yard debris is accepted but most be sourced separated with no other materials inside), shingles only allowed in a 10 yard dumpster

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Dumpster Rental Services in Barclay-Kingston

When you work with Junk Rescue, renting a dumpster in NJ couldn’t be easier. We help those who want to take a do-it-yourself approach to decluttering by providing same-day dumpster rentals. Our services are affordable, fast, and work on your schedule. When you’re done with the dumpster, just give us a call, and we’ll take it away with ease.

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10 Yard Dumpster Rental

Small projects like yard cleanups and garage decluttering work great for our 10-yard dumpster. Its convenient size is big enough to hold your junk while small enough to fit in your driveway. Usually, our 10-yard dumpsters can accommodate the equivalent of 3 pickup truck loads.

20 Yard Dumpster Rental

Consider our most popular size dumpster rental if you’re starting a large cleanout or medium-sized construction project. Our 20-yard dumpster is versatile for any project you may have. It can hold up to four tons while still fitting in your driveway.

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How to Choose the Right Dumpster Size

Every project is unique, and Junk Rescue has the right dumpster for your needs. Are you replacing the roof or cleaning out the garage? Our 10-yard garage is a perfect size to fit roof shingles and boxes. If you’re going through a remodel or a bigger construction project, consider the 20-yard dumpster for the peace of mind that you’ll be able to fit anything you need to remove. 

Choosing Dumpster Rentals or Junk Removal

For projects where you don’t know what needs to go, getting a dumpster rental in Barclay-Kingston, NJ, allows you to work at your own pace. Have you already done all the hard work? Our junk removal services can take all of the junk you have. All you’ll need to do is point, and we’ll take it from there. 

If you still aren’t sure if you should get dumpster rentals or junk removal services, call us today and we’ll help you make the right decision for your project.

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A dumpster is a type of movable waste container designed to be brought and taken away by a special collection vehicle, or to a bin that a specially designed garbage truck lifts, empties into its hopper, and lowers, on the spot. The word is a generic trademark of Dumpster, an American brand name for a specific design. Generic usage of skip or skip bin is common in the UK, Australia and Ireland, as Dumpster is neither an established nor well known brand in those countries.[citation needed]