Lowboy dumpster rental

A dumpster built specifically for dirt removal, concrete, brick, and other heavy inert materials.

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Lowboy dumpster overview

If you're working on getting rid of dirt for a pool, a landscaping project, getting rid of bricks, or even a driveway, the lowboy dumpster is built to handle heavy loads of inert materials.


2.5' H x 18' L x 7.5' W

*Actual dimensions may vary by location


The lowboy dumpster can hold approximately 10 tons of dirt, concrete, and other materials when full.

Project types

  • Dirt removal
  • Concrete & asphalt removal
  • Brick & soil
  • Sod & grass
  • Tiles

Quick tip for renting a lowboy dumpster

When renting a lowboy, try not to dispose of multiple materials (ex. dirt, but not dirt and concrete) in a single load as this can rack up dump fees. Clean loads are often preferred and can save you money when renting a lowboy dumpster. For additional pricing information please request a quote or call to speak with one of our representatives 1-800-674-8227.

Renting a lowboy dumpster

Are you disposing of brick, concrete, dirt, or other heavy materials? The lowboy dumpster is the perfect choice for these heavier loads. If you're not sure if a lowboy dumpster is the right choice for your next project, read on!

We offer a variety of lowboy sizes (depending on the city and state your job is located). Our lowboys come in 8-yard, 10-yard, and 12-yard variations. While the total volume may vary by location, all our lowboy rentals can handle your job!

Why choose a lowboy?

Lowboys are similar to most roll-off dumpsters in terms of width and length. However, what distinguishes the lowboy from other dumpsters are the low walls - typically 2-3 feet high, which allow for easy access while loading the dumpster with heavier materials.

How big is a lowboy?

Most lowboys average around 2-3 feet high, 7-8 feet wide, and 14-18 feet in length. Of course, actual dimensions may vary by location, but their utility remains constant.

What materials can go in a lowboy?

If you're disposing of household junk or doing a kitchen or bathroom remodel, the lowboy will likely be too small. This is mainly due to the lower walls. Because of this, the lowboy is ideally suited for smaller but dense materials like concrete, brick, tile, dirt, and sand.

How many yards is a lowboy?

Lowboy dumpsters come in a variety of sizes. Most lowboys are either 8, 10, or 12 cubic yards and will measure anywhere from 16 feet long to 22 feet long. The height of a lowboy generally measures 2-3 feet in height (about 1-2 feet less than a traditional roll-off dumpster).

Rent a lowboy concrete dumpster

If you're working on a project that requires concrete removal we have the dumpster for you! Whether you're working on a home project like a patio or driveway, or a construction project, the 10-yard lowboy dumpster can easily accommodate your concrete disposal needs. The low-profile walls make it easy to load heavy chunks of concrete.

How much does 1 cubic yard of concrete weigh?
Depending on how you're disposing of the concrete, the weight of 1 cubic yard can vary significantly. For example, a concrete cubic yard slab will weigh approximately 4,000 lbs (or 2 tons) versus broken-up concrete which will weigh about 2,000 lbs (or 1 ton).

Rent a lowboy dirt dumpster

Do you have a large amount of dirt you need to get rid of? Whether you're clearing space in the backyard or leveling the foundation for a building project, our lowboy dumpsters are great for dirt disposal. With the lowboy, you won't have to worry about overloading the dumpster and incurring additional dump fees.

How much dirt does a lowboy hold?
Depending on the size of the lowboy dumpster offered in your area, most lowboys will hold between 8-10 tons of dirt.

How much dirt does 1 cubic yard of dirt weigh?
The weight of 1 cubic yard of dirt will vary by how much moisture it currently holds. For example, 1 cubic yard of dry dirt will weigh about 2,000 lbs (or 1 ton) while moisture-saturated dirt can weigh close to 3,000 lbs (or 1.5 tons).