With so many skip bin hire companies running across Australia but selecting one company to cater for your specific waste removal needs can sometimes be a daunting task. Think about the kind of waste you want to be removed from your home or business premises. Is it solid waste such as timber, or is it a hazardous waste such as asbestos or batteries? Are you looking for a bin to be used on a temporary or permanent basis, or is it a hire bin that can be hired for a long-term commitment? All these things should be factored into your search for the perfect skip bin hire Adelaide company to deal with and will determine which company to look to for your waste management needs moving forward.
It’s important to identify how many skips (also known as ‘disposable jars’) you’re planning to have at your disposal when booking your skip bins online. Some hire companies will provide the sizes you require, but others won’t, and often those who do won’t be able to give you a personalised quote for your requirements unless you ask specifically for their specific requirements. Toilets and sinks are quite large, but other sizes may be required for various situations – make sure you check the sizes you need before you book a skip bin hire Adelaide.
The waste that can be safely and securely dropped off with skip bins should include glass, tin cans, bottles and paper. Of course, other items may be permitted through the skip bin hire service – it’s simply a matter of making sure they’re there and ready to go when you’re ready to collect them. If you’re planning on using the skip bins for other purposes than residential waste removal, make sure that any other items you plan to use the service for will also be permitted through the same skip. Items such as fridges, TV sets, cooking equipment and washing machines all fall under this category, but there’s nothing that says you can’t use the skip for other reasons.
Many people think that it’s fine to allow small pets through the skip bin hire Adelaide service – it’s perfectly acceptable to do this so long as they pose no risk to anyone else on the roads. It’s not compulsory to remove household waste from the skip yourself if you have dogs or cats, but dogs and cats cannot hold their own excrement for very long and will certainly relieve themselves elsewhere rather than leaving their waste in plain sight. The exception could be if the pet were a stray – but even then, dogs and cats are usually very protective of their personal areas and shouldn’t be expected to let their personal things out of their own homes. It’s also worth noting that many skip bin hire companies offer a free dog kennel service to ensure that your pets aren’t causing a nuisance by leaving their waste where it can easily be collected.