How Much Does Rubbish Removal Cost?

How Much Does Rubbish Removal Cost?

When it comes to rubbish removal in Brisbane South, there are only two questions you really need to ask. What are my options and what are the costs? The cost of rubbish removal cannot be determined without first selecting a service option.

There are many options for rubbish removal in Brisbane South. At 4 Waste alone, we offer hands-on rubbish removal, skip bins, garden bags and garden bins – each offering different options and prices. Therefore, before you can find out how much rubbish removal costs, you must know what form of rubbish removal you need.

To simplify things, today we are going to draw out attention to one of the most popular forms of rubbish removal in Brisbane South; skip bins.

Continue reading this article to better understand the cost of rubbish removal using a skip bin.

Hire Cost

When looking at skip bins as the form of rubbish removal, the cost comes down to the size of the skip bin and the length of the hire period.

Skip bins range in size from 2m3 through to 12m3. Knowing which size you need is the first step in getting a rough cost. I recently wrote an article on how you can measure your rubbish to determine what size skip you need. I suggest you take a look at this if you are having trouble estimating your rubbish volume.

The smaller the skip bin, the cheaper the hire cost. Skip bins can range in price from as low as $275 for a 2m3 skip, up to $800 for a 12m3 skip. Click here to see our price chart.

The cost of skip bin hire usually includes a 7-day hire period. This means you have six full days to load the skip with your rubbish before the rubbish removal team come and collect the skip.

Additional Costs

In most cases, if you adhere to the hire policies, there will be no additional costs to the initial hire costs. However, in some cases, additional costs will incur.

Circumstances which may result in additional costs include:

  • Overfilling the skip bin with rubbish: You must not overfill a skip bin. Doing so will ultimately lead to additional costs or the excess rubbish being left on your property. Skip bins are to be filled to the top of the bin, not an inch over.
  • Exceeding the permitted weight allowance: Even if you adhere to the fill limit, you may still be charged for excess weight. Most skip bins, including ours here at 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins, have a maximum weight capacity with each size. Exceeding the weight limit will incur additional fees.
  • Extending the hire period: Should you need more than a 7-day hire to complete your rubbish removal, you can extend the hire period at a cost. We offer this option to our customers at an additional cost of $24 per day.

Conclusion

To find out how much rubbish removal costs, you first have to know what form of rubbish removal you need. There are various options for rubbish removal in Brisbane South, namely hands-on rubbish removal, skip bins, garden bags and garden bins.

Skip bins are by far the most popular form of rubbish removal in Brisbane South. The cost is based on the size of the skip and the length of the hire period. They can cost anywhere from $275 to $800 per hire, which is usually 7-days. However, additional costs can incur if the skip is overfilled, overweight or required for a longer period than the standard 7-day hire.

Compared to other rubbish removal options, skip bins provide superior convenience and efficiency for the removal of rubbish.

If you’re interested in hiring a skip bin for your rubbish removal, pick up the phone and call us on 07 3343 3030. Alternatively, you can order a skip bin via the form below.



*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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Green Waste Rules: No logs, stumps, palm Logs, whole trees, mulched trees, golden cane trunks, soil, or turf. Branches must be under 13cm in diameter. All green waste must stay under the top rail of the Skip Bin, with nothing poking up.

General Waste Rules: No rocks, bricks, tiles, concrete, pavers, hard wood, paint, chemicals, tyres, carpet,mattress, soil, dirt, sand or hard fill. All general waste must stay under the top rail of the skip bin, with nothing poking up.