Simple, Clear, and Fair Pricing

At RedeBin Rentals, we believe in providing straightforward, hassle-free bin rental services. Unlike other companies that surprise you with additional weight-based fees, our pricing is transparent and all-inclusive. When you book with us, you know exactly what you’re paying for upfront.


$325.00* (That's it!)

All Prices include dump fees, no surprises! *Price for 5 yard Residential Bin

The Other Guys

The other guys charge a rental PLUS dump fees. Do you have any idea how much your junk weighs?
$299 + 0 ?

What Type of Bin Do I Need?

Properly sorting your waste is crucial for efficient and environmentally-friendly disposal. Here’s a guide to help you distinguish between Household Garbage and Construction Garbage, ensuring you’re using the correct bin for your needs.

Household Garbage

Household Garbage refers to everyday waste produced by typical household activities. This includes:

Acceptable Items:

  • Kitchen waste: food scraps, packaging, paper towels, and other biodegradable items.
  • Household paper products: newspapers, magazines, junk mail, and paper packaging.
  • Plastic bins: rinsed out and clean.
  • Windows: Broken Glass and windows
  • Metal cans: rinsed out and clean.
  • Clothing and textiles.
  • Small household items: broken toys, small appliances (toasters, kettles), and other minor items.
  • Large furniture: Includes couches and large tables. 
  • Yard waste: branches, leaves, and grass clippings.
  • Mattresses: $30 per unit

Unacceptable Items:

  • Hazardous waste: chemicals, batteries, paint, and solvents.
  • Electronics: computers, televisions, and other large electronic devices.
  • Tires: Tires of any size
  • Concrete: Concrete/cement, includes bricks, small pieces (designated bin for concrete required, see construction waste)
  • Soil: Any type of fill will not be accepted

Construction Garbage

Construction Garbage includes waste generated from construction, renovation, or demolition projects. This includes:

Acceptable Items:

  • Wood: lumber, plywood, and wooden beams.
  • Metal: nails, screws, metal studs, and pipes.
  • Tiles and ceramics: floor tiles, wall tiles, and other ceramic materials.
  • Insulation materials: fiberglass, foam, and other insulation.
  • Carpet: rolled up and manageable pieces.
  • Plumbing materials: old pipes, sinks, and fixtures.
  • Kitchen Cabinets & Countertops: Includes laminate and granite.
  • Flooring: Hardwood, vinyl and laminate
  • Windows: Broken Glass and windows
  • Decking: Railings and materials
  • Concrete, Drywall & Roofing Materials: Please call for a quote.

Unacceptable Items:

  • Hazardous materials: asbestos, lead paint, and chemical waste.
  • Electronics: computers, monitors, and other large electronic devices.
  • Large quantities of soil: excessive amounts of dirt and sand.
  • Tires: any type of vehicle tires.