Hermosa Beach Dumpster Rental
Hermosa Beach Dumpster Rental is easier and cheaper because Dumpstars Dumpsters is now servicing all areas of Hermosa Beach, Venice Beach, Hermosa Beach and Hermosa Beach.
3,4,5 & 6 yard dumpsters available in the Hermosa Beach & the City of LA.
Above: 6 yard dumpster bin attached to a pick-up.
3 yard Hermosa Beach dumpster from $130 (+taxes). 6 yard dumpster from $270 (+ taxes).
The Dumpstars 6 yard dumpster is perfect for cleaning out a garage or pulling out a bathroom or kitchen. It comfortably fits about 5 rooms of carpet and underlay. Or if you are moving house, we find that the 6 cubic yard dumpster is the right size for about 85 percent of our customers. Some need another bin, whilst others don't quite fill it. For Hermosa Beach dumpster rental requirements where access is often an issue the Dumpstars 6 yard dumpster is perfect.
For those who have bigger renovation jobs, or are doing a more extensive clean out, our 8 yard dumpster is probably more suitable.
6 cubic yard dumpster Dimensions (inside bin). 70 inches wide, 65 inches deep, and 60 inches high (on average).
Above: 6 yard dumpster dimensions with person alongside for comparison.
8 cubic yard dumpster from $240 (+ taxes).
The Dumpstars 8 yard dumpster offers a solution for slightly bigger jobs. With rear opening barn doors this also makes low loading easier.
The 8 cubic yard dumpster retains all of the advantages being trailer mounted. It can be locked to stop unauthorised filling, and can be moved into difficult areas where traditional skip bins can't reach.
So contact Trailer Trash Mobile Skips today to discuss your Northern Beaches skip hire requirements.
Hermosa Beach Skip Hire Online Booking
Telephone: 888-818-6488 for all bookings or in Hermosa Beach Los Angeles call 310 745 3607
Our telephone is answered 24 hours a day 7 days a week. If you are calling out of hours, enter your postcode when prompted, and you will be directed to your local Dumpstars franchise.
Hermosa Beach Information
Hermosa means beautiful in Spanish, and it's a very suitable name for this cozy little beach town in the South Bay area of Los Angeles county.
With its wide, flat beach, Hermosa Beach is one of the most popular places in the world for beach volleyball, and is home to the AVP Hermosa Beach Open tournament, which usually takes place mid June each year. With an average daytime air temperature of 75 °F and water temperature of 68 °F in the summer (winter temperatures are 65 °F and 50 °F respectively), the beach is, of course, also the center for other popular activities, such as sunbathing, surfing, kite-flying, and much more. In July and August, the city puts on free Sunset Concerts at the pier, bringing visitors from all over the LA area to the waters for an evening picnic and lots of fun.
The Strand runs along the beach, from Redondo Beach in the south to Santa Monica roughly 20 miles to the north of Hermosa Beach. On a typical day, you see thousands of people on rollerblades, skateboards, and bicycles, or jogging or just strolling along this path, enjoying the sun and the sights. Throughout the city, you also find plenty of parks, with lush green trees offering a nice shade on a warm day. The Hermosa Valley Greenbelt, a lovely linear trail running through the city from south to north, is filled with joggers in the mornings and evenings.
When the sun sets, Hermosa Beach offers a wide variety of food and entertainment, from the legendary Lighthouse Cafe to the trendy and sexy Blue 32, and everything in between. For blues lovers, Cafe Boogaloo offers great Cajun food to go with the excellent big-name talent on the stage. If you prefer your food without music, have your pick from some 50 restaurants, serving Sushi, Italian, Thai, Mexican, and pretty much any other type of food you can think of.
There are plenty of hotels in Hermosa Beach (seven at last count, and plenty more in nearby Redondo Beach and Manhattan Beach), greeting visitors from around the world. On The Strand, you find the popular Beach House Hotel with 96 rooms and Sea Sprite Ocean Front Motel and Apartments.
If you're looking for a permanent place to live, Hermosa Beach gives you many choices. The Strand is lined by huge villas with multi-million dollar price tags. Moving inland, you find more reasonably priced bungalows, townhouses, multilevel homes and condos. While prices varies, be aware that California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported in July 2007 that Hermosa Beach was one of the top ten California cities with the highest median home prices ($1,205,000).