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What Can Influence the Cost of a Skip Bin?

Hiring a mobile skip bin is a great way to dispose of all the things around the home that you simply don’t have the room for any more. Perhaps you’re about to undergo some serious renovations. However, one thing home and business owners frequently forget about is planning for rubbish removal.

Here at Mobile Skips, we provide customers all over Australia with a smart and convenient waste management system.

That’s smart rubbish!

We’ve reinvented the way Australians do skip bin hire.  Our mobile skip bins sizes are 4m³ and can be used for both residential and commercial applications. With availability all over Australia, you can either pick up from your local Bunnings or we deliver straight to your door. Our skips require no council permit, can go anywhere a car can park and have lockable lids. All these mean we have eliminated the hassle of regular skip bin hire.

However, several things can influence the cost of your Mobile Skip hire. Including your location and the type of bin weight limit, you require.

We’ve even made understanding our skips service the waste types that are accepted in our bins easy!

Keep reading to find out more:

Our Skips – Standard Skip Bin

Our standard skip bin is perfect for general rubbish. In fact, you can load up the standard skip with 500 kg worth of different waste types (including 1 wheelbarrow worth of ‘heavy stuff’). This is perfect for those who are looking to do a residential and commercial clear out before a big move or just wanting to tidy up the backyard and de-clutter.

Heavy Skip Bin

Our heavy skip bin is for those looking for easy rubbish removal when undergoing heftier tasks such as residential and commercial building and renovations. With the ability to hold and dispose of up to 1000 kg of waste (including 5 wheelbarrows of ‘heavy stuff’), the heavy mobile skip bin provides you with a convenient way to tackle hard rubbish.

It is also crucial to note that exceeding the weight limit of your hired skip bin may result in additional charges.

Waste Types We Accept:

General Rubbish

Our general rubbish is inclusive of the following:

  • Furniture
  • Timber
  • Household Junk
  • Office Material
  • Electrical Goods
  • Plaster
  • Carpet
  • Steel
  • Building rubbish
  • Gardening Waste
  • Trees
  • ‘Heavy Stuff’

We coin ‘heavy stuff’ as waste types that are usually found on a construction site. We take heavy stuff such as sand, soil, bricks, and concrete. However, how much ‘heavy stuff’ you can dispose of in your skip bin depends on the weight allowance of the skip that you hire.

Waste Types You Can’t Dispose of in a Mobile Skip Bin

An important thing to note is the types of waste we do not accept. This includes dangerous materials like asbestos, chemicals, poisons, batteries, paint, food, and biological waste.

Looking to make the change to smart rubbish?

Let Mobile Skips help you. Our 4m³ mobile skips are available nationwide, suitable for domestic and commercial markets and require no council permits.

Get in Touch our team now to find out more about our different approach to skip bin hire.

That’s smart rubbish.

Skip bin hire without the hassles.

That’s really smart rubbish.

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