Especially in the summer renovating a garden is the perfect way to give your home a new lease of life and create somewhere unique that you can enjoy on those hot sunny days. However a large renovation is always time consuming and requires as much planning as possible, ensuring that the process is as smooth as can be. Here are 5 considerations to make when hiring a skip bin to help make waste removal quick and efficient and ensure you hire the best company to help turn your garden renovation into a reality.
1. Professionalism And Fees
Ask about the cost of the skip hire and whether they include deliver, collection and disposal for one fee. Some companies may also be associated with the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA); if so, this demonstrates a high level of professional understanding about waste disposal.
2. The Legality of It All
Always talk to the company to see how they dispose of their rubbish in the correct way. Any respectable company will understand how to legally dispose of any rubbish and will happily talk you through the process to give you peace of mind. All skip hire companies should be aware of the National Waste Policy which aims to increase recycling and dispose of waste effectively.
3. Size Always Matters
Talk to an employee and describe the task you are undertaking. They will be able to advise you on the most suitable sized skip bin that will meet your needs. Don't be afraid to hire a slightly larger skip bin as this will help to reduce the amount of removals you will require. Skips are usually measured in yards ranging from 2 -18 yards. However some companies will simplify this for you and give you the approximate number of bin liners each size holds.
Always consider the location of your skip bin. The company will be able to advise you on the best location regarding your own property, as they will have a better understanding of what vehicles will be needed to move different sized bins. Having the skip close to the road will make it easier for a truck to collect it; however, you must be aware of issues that this can cause with regards to blocking right of way to roads and paths. Alternatively having the skip closer to the site, particularly when removing heavy concrete such as paving slabs will make the process of loading up waste quicker and easier.
To get started on your search for a skip bin company, consider one like C. Fulton Pty Ltd.