Home Renovation Projects

Dumpster Rentals for Home Renovations

Planning a home renovation? You’ll need a dumpster to keep your space clean, efficient, cost-effective, and safe.

A home renovation can be an exciting endeavor – so take the headache out by relying on a prompt, communicative dumpster rental service! If you’re unsure of whether you’ll need to invest in a dumpster, read more here in our article about why you may need a dumpster.

Below is a quick guide on why, when, and how you should rent a dumpster for your upcoming home renovation.


1. Faster Process

First of all, having a home dumpster rental for your renovation project makes the entire process faster and more efficient.

So, instead of making multiple trips to dispose of debris, you can simply toss it into the dumpster while you work.

2. More Cost-Effective


By opting for a home renovation dumpster rental service, you pay a flat rate and handle the disposal at your own pace.

This makes renting a dumpster more cost-effective for your home renovation project. More here in our article on dumpster rental prices.

3. Improved Safety

Loose debris can be a safety hazard. Look no further than a safe dumpster rental service for your home renovation. A dumpster provides a central spot to safely store and dispose of waste. This helps to prevent tripping hazards, makes the worksite cleaner, and keeps things more organized.

To make the most out of safely using your dumpster, please refer to our article on 8 tips for loading a dumpster.


What is a roll-off dumpsterThe roll-off dumpster is the most common type of dumpster used in residential projects. They are called “roll-off” dumpsters because they function by rolling off the back of the truck that delivers them.

Sizes of roll-off dumpsters at Grissman Dumpsters are 20 and 30 yards, although roll-off dumpsters in general are commonly available between 10 to 40 cubic yards. A 20 or 30 yard dumpster (the size we offer), is a common size that is well-suited for most projects.

Choosing the Right Size of Roll-Off Dumpster:

  • 10-15 Cubic Yards: This dumpster size is ideal for small interior projects such as a bathroom or kitchen renovation.
  • 20-30 Cubic Yards: A better choice for medium-sized projects, such as multiple rooms in a home renovation or an entire floor.

Read More: What Size Dumpster Rental Do I Need?


For best results, ideally, you should book a dumpster a week before your project starts. This gives the rental company ample time to deliver the dumpster and helps you avoid any scheduling conflicts.

Cost Considerations:

    • Rental Period: Most companies offer rental periods ranging from a week to a month. Additional days you may need your dumpster may result in additional charges. At Grissman, we offer 1 day to 30 days for your dumpster rental service, with the option to add additional days if needed.
    • Overage Fees: Exceeding the weight limit will result in additional costs.
    • Permits: In some cities, placing a dumpster on a public street requires a permit, which will have an extra fee.

    CONTACT GRISSMAN For A Home Renovation Dumpster!

    Renting a dumpster for home renovations provides a lot of benefits, including cost-effectiveness, safety, convenience, and easy disposal.

    By choosing the right type and size of dumpster for your home project, you can simplify the renovation process considerably. We provide dumpster rentals for roofing projects, commercial work, residential, yard waste removal, moving, and more. Contact our team today!

    It’s time to plan ahead, consider your needs carefully, and consult with your dumpster rental company to make an informed decision.

    Home Renovation DumpsterS in the Fox Cities

    Looking for a home renovation dumpster service in the Fox Valley? Grissman is located in Kaukauna, but serves the surrounding cities and areas of Appleton, Menasha, Neenah, Little Chute, Kimberly, Kaukauna, Oshkosh, Fond du LacChilton, SherwoodDe Pere, Hilbert, and Green Bay. We happily serve residential and commercial customers alike within a 30+ mile radius.

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