FAQs

Go to our online booking page to ‘Book online’ or our ‘Contact Page’ for more details on contacting us and making a booking. Alternatively, call us, and we will do the needful.
Yes we do. We deliver 6 days a week Monday – Saturday.
Yes, our services are available on all days – 6 days a week from Monday to Saturday.
We accept all common mode of payments that includes cash, VISA, AfterPay, Zip and MasterCard. However, we expect our customers to make the payment in advance before the delivery of the skip bin takes place.
Our normal rental period is a period from 1 to 7 days. If you require a longer period ask our sales staff what the cost would be to keep the bin a little longer. Once you have filled the bin, please phone our office to book in a collection. While we quote a seven-day rental period, we find many people ring within two days to have the bin picked up. This is because bins are such a convenient and easy way to get rid of rubbish, you get the job done sooner and have more time to do other things.
All bins may only be filled level with the top of the bin. For safety reasons, skip bins should not be filled any higher than the height of the sides of the bin. Although we use tarps during transit, overloaded bins increase the risk of rubbish falling from the truck – we, therefore, will not transport overloaded bins.
To estimate the size of the bin you need, imagine your rubbish in a pile and then estimate the volume like this:

To estimate the size of the bin you need, imagine your rubbish in a pile and then estimate the volume like this:

the volume like this:

Multiply the ‘length x width x height to calculate the bin volume for your rubbish.

Size estimate = 1.6 m x 1.8 m x 1.3 m = approx. 3.75 cubic metres Choose a 4 cubic metre bin.

Once the bin is full, please contact our office and let us know, or you can ‘Book a Pickup’ online. Many people finish before the allotted days, and we can often pick up the bin sooner. While we endeavor to remove bins ASAP, due to scheduling trucks, disposal facility opening times, weekends, public holidays, etc, we may need to schedule the bin to be removed on or after the allocated days. There is no additional charges when this occurs.
For safety and legislative (i.e., road rules, load limits, etc.) reasons, skip bins should not be filled any higher than the top rail. They should be loaded carefully to avoid any spillage during transit. If a driver arrives to collect your bin and overfilled, we reserve the right to remove some of the contents and charge an extra amount for the excess. You can also choose to book another bin for the excess, charged at the appropriate rate.
The general answer is yes if the position of the bin is safe for all traffic. The local council may need to be contacted for confirmation & a permit may be required.
Asbestos products, tyres, liquids, paints, general hazardous materials, animal droppings, nappies, or food cannot be disposed of in our skips. If you require more information on this, please contact our office.