How Much Does Junk Removal Usually Cost?

How Much Does Junk Removal Usually Cost?

No matter where you live in Brisbane, you will face the question of how to handle your junk. The average Aussie creates a whole lot of trash. In fact, according to The Australian Bureau of Statistics, the average Australian creates just over 2,000kgs of waste each year. Each household spends $1,266 on goods purchased but was never used. And, around $600 worth of food is wasted by each household every year. With that amount of junk, the next question to ask would be just how much does junk removal in Brisbane cost?

This is not an easy question to answer because there are many variables that affect the cost of junk removal in any city. As a company that specialises in junk removal in Brisbane, 4 Waste Removal has a pretty competitive pricing policy. However, in this article, I’ll walk you through the different factors that influence the cost of junk removal in Brisbane.

Where you live

Your geographical location is going to be a major issue for most waste removal services. If you are registered with a waste removal company that has a very limited area of operation, you might find yourself saddled with a higher cost for junk removal. It is always important to ensure that your location falls within the service area of the company of your choice. 4 Waste Walk-In skip bins provide junk removal in Brisbane and we operate in most suburbs in Brisbane Southside.

View our Service Areas for the full list of areas we service.

The type of Junk

The type of junk you are disposing of can also affect the cost of your junk removal. The reason for this is that many waste disposal companies have different types of skip bins for different types of waste. As a result, the cost of your junk removal will depend on whether you are getting rid of garden waste or junk.

If you are using 4 Waste’s Walk-In Skip Bin, it is a little different because our skip bins can handle mixed waste since we take care of the sorting. So in our case, the type of waste you want to dispose of does not affect the cost of your junk removal.

The Amount of Junk

This is another major factor that usually influences the cost of your junk removal in Brisbane. A typical waste removal company has different sizes of skip bins and will deliver a particular size to you based on the amount of junk you wish to get rid of. Naturally, the size of your skip bin will affect the price you pay.

4 Waste’s Walk-In Junk Skip Bins are unique in that they come in only three sizes and you only pay for the amount of space you use. The rear-facing hinged doors also make it possible for you easily dispose of your waste.

One of 4 Waste’s Walk-In Junk Skip Bins

Conclusion

The cost of junk removal in Brisbane can be a bit high and there are several factors that can influence that. These factors include your geographical location, the type and amount of junk waste to be disposed of. Hiring your skip bins from a company like 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins automatically eliminates most of these factors. We operate in almost all neighbourhoods of Brisbane Southside, and our walk-in skip bins can handle mixed waste. Besides the unique design means that you can get a really large skip bin, but you only need to pay for what you use. If you use only half of your skip bin, you get to pay just for that amount.

With our skip bin hires starting at $275 for a 7 day hire with $50 per additional day, we provide the cheapest junk removal service in the area. Contact 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins for affordable junk removal in Brisbane.



*Please Note: Prices mentioned in this article may not be accurite at the time of publishing or viewing and will not be honoured. For current pricing, always refer to the prices quoted when ordering.

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