The concept of the Bagster™ is like having a 3 cubic yard mini-dumpster, but is that solution for debris hauling right for you?
Bagsters require time and effort on your end. You purchase the Bagster at a retail store like Home Depot. You must fill the big green bag using your labor and ensure that the bag is within 16 feet of the curb so the waste hauler can reach the bag with its mechanical lift. On average, you ought to budget at least three hours to acquire and fill the bag. The Bagster hauler may charge extra or refuse to haul if you overfill the bag. If you have stone, concrete, or dirt, you can fill only 1/3rd of the bag. No item can exceed 4 feet in length.
The Bagster costs $30 for the bag and you pay another $79 to $249 for the pick-up (average $140) for the hauling. That comes to $60 per cubic yard. You pay the whole $180 whether the bag is full or not.
Junk King has alternatives that provide better flexibility and better pricing. We have 18 cubic yard trucks with crews to provide the labor. We discount for pre-staged debris, essential what a Bagster becomes. Our pre-staged rate for the Bagster’s 3-cubic yard volume of construction debris is $90. That’s about half the cost of a Bagster.
Junk King also has 12-cubic yard dumpsters for rent. Our dumpster would hold 4 Bagsters. These dumpsters are perfect for the DIY and small renovation. The graphite wheels make the dumpsters driveway friendly. The cost is $350 for the dumpster and includes the first ton — normal weight for 12 cubic yards of construction debris. To get the same volume of Bagsters you pay up to $720. Again, our solution is more flexible and costs about half the cost of the Bagster solution.
Call us. We’ll solve your hauling challenge and save you time, money, and aggravation.