If you are doing a house clearout, you are going to end up with a lot of junk and trash that you have to deal with. You can load up your car and do multiple dump runs every chance you get, but that's going to take a lot of time, plus you might not want to have all that garbage in your car if your car even has the space for that trash. Multiple dump runs can also start to get really expensive. You do have other options. One of them is to get a roll-off dumpster or construction container.
These dumpsters aren't the kind that you see behind restaurants or stores. They are much larger and generally, they are open at the top. They are measured by cubic yards and generally start around 10 cubic yards. They can go up to as large as around 40 cubic yards, which can hold a whole lot of trash, debris, or old furniture. What size you get depends on a lot of things, including how many loads of garbage think you might have based on pickup truck loads and how often you think that the dumpster may need to be taken away and emptied. If you decide to go with the roll-off dumpster, you are going to have a lot of things that you are going to have to think about.
Location, Location, Location
One thing that you have to think about is where you are going to put the dumpster. You may have limited options about where you can put it. For example, you may not be able to have it put in your yard if you have a septic tank because the weight of the dumpster could cause the septic tank to collapse. You may also have to deal with things like city rules about how long something can be parked out on the road near your house as well as regulations as to how big something sitting outside your house can be. That can limit the size of the dumpster that you can get. That, in turn, can mean that you are going to have to have a smaller dumpster than you want, which can mean that you have to have it switched out more often.
If you are stuck with a house that is going to need a lot of cleaning out, you may want to rent a roll-off dumpster to handle everything. Contact a company like Mountain Waste & Recycling for more information.