Answers To Frequently Asked Skip Hire Questions
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As a general rule of thumb, 1m³ is approximately equal to 1 standard 6 foot x 4 foot trailer filled level to the top.
If you can not cut up long or wide items, measure the length, then look at the dimensions of our skips to order the one that will suit your needs the best.
However, the exceptions are more important to remember.
Feel free to let us know of your proposed waste content so we can advise you.
Please Note: These items CAN NOT be placed in Any skip or bin
chemicals or poisons, liquids including wet paint, explosive materials, or uncontained fine dusty substances.
Mattresses, Tyres, E-Waste and Gas Cylinders can be placed on top of your skip or bin for a small extra charge
(see your suburb for prices).
Soil, rubble, bricks: This material should not go above the top of the bin.
General waste: Break down to utilise space efficiently, and once again light waste on the bottom and heavier waste on the top to compact down.
Please remember that before we can transport any loads, they must be made safe. Our drivers can advise you, should you have any questions.
For a larger project, speak to our team about the cost benefits of sorting your loads in to two or more skips.
Even your general waste will be recycled at the ‘Adelaide Hills Recycling Centre’, where up to 92% of general rubbish is typically recycled.
If you need, we can put you in contact with a licensed removalist.
Most of our 6m³ and 9m³ skips do have doors, but it would be advisable to specifically request your preference at the time of ordering.