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The Basic of Doing a Skip Hire in Adelaide

Posted by Bins Adelaide on 18 November 2015

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What do you need to know about doing a mini skip hire?

People choose to do a skip hire in Adelaide for different reasons - spring cleaning, home renovations, gardening, removal of an old shed and many more. If you're reading this then you're probably in such services yourself. That said, there are a number of things that you need to know about renting a skip bin if only to make the most out of such services.

Now renting out a skip is a fairly convenient process and prices of a skip hire in the area are very competitive. You can even do it online here at Bins Adelaide; simply book a date and time when you want your bin delivered, your desired bin size and location. You will then get to keep the bin for set period of time and fill it with all the rubbish that you're looking to throw out. We then come in to collect the skip along with all your rubbish and drop them off to a proper waste management facility. How convenient is that? We offer some of the cheapest skip bin hire in the area!

A few things to consider when doing a skip hire in Adelaide

Indeed doing a mini skip hire is easier than you think and makes it convenient to get on top of your waste management needs no matter how big (or small) it is. Of course there are a few things that you need to know about such services. For one thing, there are limits to where you can actually set one of these bins for your personal use.

While you can expect delivery of your skip bin to where ever you need it, you need to make sure that there is adequate space for it and that the bin itself doesn't pose a danger to yourself or other people in the community. If you plan on setting the bin on the side of the road, you will need to apply for the necessary permit from the city council.

There are also limits to the kind of rubbish you're allowed to fill your bin with. In most cases, you are not allowed to throw in asbestos, unused paint, gas canisters and other hazardous substances which require added measures for safe and proper disposal. You also are not allowed to overload a skip bin least it presents a danger to others during transport. Make sure that you size your bin correctly or arrange the use of multiple bins whichever suits your needs best.

Looking to get started? Get in touch with us today on 0426 570 035 and check out some of the best deals for a skip hire in Adelaide!

Author: Bins Adelaide
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