For what reason Should I Get a Skip Bin?
Why get a skip bin? That’s a question we come across daily. So, imagine cleaning out your garage which was last cleaned when you probably moved into your house. After the hours and hours, you spent assorting the junk you realise there is more clutter now than there was before. The best way to get rid of the rejected old clothes, sofa cushions, car parts, gardening equipment, old Christmas lights, and whatnot, is to get a skip bin. We are not suggesting industrial-grade 24m3 size bins. You can start off with our mini range starting from 2m3. Our mini skip hire Geelong services are meant for all those major home cleanups.
Bin Sizes for Every Project
Bin Hire Geelong has worked with a number of commercial clients over the years and offers especially massive bins for their use. However, we do not neglect our customers in residential areas. Not everyone has trailer trucks or vans to transport hard rubbish from their homes to dump sites. This is why our bin sizes start from 2m3 and end at 24m3.
There is a bin for everyone. Furthermore, we ensure that our bins are always in perfect condition. They are constantly inspected for any damages and if any are found they’re fixed immediately. Finally, most of our bins are easy to transport, they are attached to equipment that makes it easier for one to transport them from one place to another.
Avoid These Materials & Get A Permit
There is no surprise in the fact that our bins are sturdy enough to handle waste products of any size, however, there are certain materials that are prohibited from being thrown into our mini bins as well. Things such as chemical and bio waste need to be treated at a facility before being dumped or disposed. You need to get in touch with your local council in order to know the right procedure for disposing of such materials. Another reason your local council needs to be contacted is if you are going to be placing our bins on public property. Sidewalks, roads, or nature strips are considered public property, and placing a mini skip there requires a permit. Your local council can provide a permit for your hired mini skip.