Dumpster Rentals in Lenola, NJ

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Do you need a quick and easy dumpster rental in Lenola, NJ? Look no further. At Junk Rescue, our dumpster rental services are affordable and hassle-free. We’ll work with you to get your dumpster fast, even as early as today.

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Available Rental Dumpsters in Lenola

No matter the size of your project, we have a dumpster rental in Lenola for you. We offer 10-yard and 20-yard dumpsters that are both versatile for a variety of situations. You can fill one of our rental dumpsters with anything from bricks, flooring, clutter, and even furniture.

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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Ready to get started? Our dumpster rental services are a great way to declutter your home. We can deliver your dumpster as soon as tomorrow, which means you won’t have to wait around long to get started on your next project. Our pick-up and drop-off procedure is stress-free and hassle-free; it’ll be the easiest part of your next project.

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10 Yard Dumpster Rental

If you plan to renovate your living space, bathroom or just want to clean out the garage, then the 10-yard dumpster is a great option. It’s a versatile size which means it can hold up to 3 tons of material or even a full-sized couch.

20 Yard Dumpster Rental

If your renovations include taking down a wall or replacing a refrigerator, then the 20-yard dumpster should be your choice. Our 20-yard dumpster holds up to 4 tons of material with the convenience of fitting into your driveway.

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How to Figure Out Your Dumpster Rental Size

If you’re not sure which size you’ll need, then our knowledgeable team helps you determine which is best for you. Usually, we recommend the 10-yard dumpster for smaller projects, like bathroom renovations or shed cleanouts. For larger projects, the 20-yard dumpster is a safer choice, especially if you plan to remove any appliances.

Dumpster Rental vs. Junk Removal

At Junk Rescue, we also offer junk removal services in Lenola, NJ. Once you’ve determined what clutter you want gone, our team comes out and removes it for you; all you’ll have to do is point! Our junk removal services in Lenola are a quick and hassle-free way to remove clutter that you already know needs to go. 

If you want a more DIY approach, then a dumpster rental allows you to take the time to sort through your clutter. If you need help deciding which service is right for your project, contact us today at  844-934-0608.

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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]