FAQs

We have aimed to answer the most frequently asked questions by our customers. If you still have questions and not sure? Please contact our friendly team.

Can I keep the skip bin on the road?

Yes! You can keep the skip bin anywhere on the street if you have the local council’s permission.

 

Can I get a refund if I cancel the skip bin?

If you cancel the same day of booking, you will get a full refund. However, after one day, we may charge you a cancellation fee.

What to do if someone uses my skip bin without my permission?

Once we drop off the skip bin at your location, it will be your responsibility to keep it safe. To avoid such situations, we suggest you keep a bin under your supervision. 

 

Do you deliver skip bins on the weekend?

Yes! We do deliver bins 7 days a week. You can call us and book your skip bin as per your availability.

Can I keep the skip bin for more than 7 days?

If your bin is not filled up to the rim level and you want to keep it for a longer period, contact us, and we will help you in any way you need.

What do I do with prohibited or hazardous waste?

In order to dispose of this type of waste you need to contact your local council and follow their direction.

Do I need a council permit for using a skip bin?

Different local governments have different rules and some of them prohibit placement on either the road or nature strip. Some others require that either the customer or the skip bin company obtain a permit at a cost. If you need to put the skip outside of your property, please call us and we can guide.

Can I put asbestos in a skip?

Asbestos is not allowed in the skip. As you know, Asbestos is banned in Australia.

Asbestos can be found in many materials in houses. If you are not sure whether a material contains asbestos or not, please consult our friendly staff before placing it in a skip.

Please refer to below links for more information:

https://www.ehp.qld.gov.au/waste/guidelines-information.html

https://www.ehp.qld.gov.au/waste/

What skip bin sizes are available for hire?

Here are the sizes often required for typical jobs are as follows:

  • Kitchen renovation: 3 cubic metres.
  • Bathroom renovation: 2.5 to 3 cubic metres.
  • Moving house: 3 to 4 cubic metres.
  • Building project: 4 to 6 cubic metres.

For other special needs, please call us. If you are in doubt, it is often cheaper to select larger bin size than needing the second skip bin.

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