Sometimes you need a skip on your property for a few days. However, there are also times when this isn't the optimum solution. Sometimes, it's better to use a wait and load service. Here, the skip company brings the bin to you as usual, but they don't drop it off. They wait while you fill it and they then take it away immediately. When is this a good option? 1. You Don't Have Space for a Skip
4 January 2020
If you have decided to hire a skip bin so you can remove garbage from your property, you may be wondering about the best place to put it so it can be easily accessed. Below is a guide to some of the locations you may wish to consider. The driveway If your property has a driveway, this may seem like the obvious location for your skip bin. The driveway offers a number of advantages.
28 April 2019
Australia is home to only 0.32% of the world's total population, and yet it's also home to 16% of the cyclones that occur across the world each year. Admittedly, many of these cyclones blow themselves out before they reach land or are downgraded to a tropical storm (which can still be pretty darn potent). And this doesn't even include the bouts of extreme weather that can be unleashed. You could go your whole life without ever having to worry about it (and hopefully this is going to be the case), but cleaning up after a storm is something that many Australians will have to do at some point.
13 December 2018
Skip bins are the ideal solution to your rubbish removal needs. However, make a mistake in hiring a skip bin or use it the wrong way and you will end up spending more than you should. There are many aspects that can increase your skip bin hire costs, and if you are new to skip bin services, you can pay more than you were expecting. Therefore, here is what you should be keen to avoid.
15 May 2018
Throwing waste into the streets or down the drain is a fairly common habit, particularly if the waste is small in size. It is not a surprise to come across a paint container or a hair dye container when you are taking a walk in your neighborhood. The problem with throwing rubbish away instead of disposing of it properly is that you could be putting your life as well as other people's lives in danger.
20 March 2017
If you are engaging in a project that will generate a lot of waste, you would have to consider how to dispose of this waste so as to prevent it from accumulating on your property. Some homeowners tend to think that opting to take this waste to their local tip would be a cost effective option. However, this is not entirely true. Here are some of the reasons why residential skip hire would be ideal for you.
7 June 2016
Undertaking DIY repairs around the house is often touted as the best way to save money on residential repairs. However, this may not always be the safest of options. DIY homeowners need to be informed on the safe handling and removal of hazardous waste materials emanating from these repairs. Being that asbestos is one of the most common residential hazardous waste materials, here are a few tips on asbestos handling and safe for the hands-on kind of homeowner.
2 November 2015
Skip bins are considered one of the most convenient, efficient and affordable ways of disposing trash and junk material when carrying out construction and renovation projects. There are various companies that one can approach for skip hire, who avail skip bins and offer waste disposal services. Before approaching a company, there are various factors to consider regarding the type of a skip bin that you need for your waste disposal needs.
14 October 2015