FAQs about Walk-In Skips

FAQs about Walk-In Skips

Walk-In Skip Bins Brisbane offer no-fuss rubbish removal

Have you decided on hiring a walk-in skip for getting rid of your excess waste? Great choice! Walk-in skips are the most efficient and effective way that you can rid yourself of unnecessary rubbish and junk items from your property. However, you may have a few doubts about the skip hiring process. In this article, I will outline some of the questions that are frequently asked by our customers regarding walk-in skips so that you will have no hassles in the hiring process.

Here are some of the most common FAQs about hiring 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins.

Where do you deliver walk-in skip bins?

We deliver our walk-in skip bins all across Brisbane Southside, covering most of the suburbs in the region. To view a complete list of the areas where we deliver our walk-in skip bins, visit our service areas page for details.

Where can I place the skip bin?

When you book your skip bin, we will deliver it to your requested location in Brisbane Southside. However, there are certain regulations regarding where you can place your skip bin. For ease of access, skip bins will generally be placed in a location that causes minimum impact to property or driveways. Skip bins can be placed in your private property without any problems.

Do I need a council permit?

If the skip bin is placed in your private property, you do not need to obtain a council permit. However, if you need to place the skip bin on public property such as roads, nature strips, footpaths, parklands or easements around your property, you will need to obtain a council permit. While most council bodies readily grant permits, different councils have different regulations, so you need to make sure with your council before you decide on placing a walk-in skip bin on public property. Working without a permit may lead to fines being incurred.

What happens to my waste?

At 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins, we are completely committed to caring for the environment. All waste that is recovered by us is collected and sorted at our central facility. Depending on whether the waste can be recycled or not, we sort out the waste and re-use whatever is possible.

What happens if I overfill my skip?

If it so happens that you overfill the skip, our rubbish removal experts will remove all overloaded items and place those in a neat pile next to the skip bin. If this is on public property, you will need to re-hire a skip to get rid of the waste.

What happens if my property is damaged?

In the unlikely event that our rubbish removal experts cause damage to your property when handling the skip, we are fully insured, so you can rest assured.

How do I pay for hiring a walk-in skip?

We accept different modes of payment including internet transfer, cheque and cash, so you can choose to pay as is convenient for you.

Conclusion:

Now that you have a general idea about the details of hiring a walk-in skip, you can hire your skip and have our rubbish removal experts take care of disposing your waste. Make sure that you obtain a council permit though, if you plan on placing the skip on public property.

To hire your walk-in skip, give us a call at 07 3343 3030, or you can also choose to book your walk-in skip online. Once your booking is confirmed, we will deliver your walk-in skip on the same day, or on an alternate date requested by you. With 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins around, all you need to do is fill up the skip bins with your rubbish, and we will take care of everything else!



*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.