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When choosing a skip bin, you need to consider the size, type and weight of waste you’ll be disposing. For example, general household waste will require a smaller skip bin than construction waste.
You also need to consider the space you have available on your property as well as any access issues.
The cost of hiring a skip bin varies depending on the size and type of bin you require as well as the duration of hire. For more information about our prices please contact us today.
When placing your skip bin on your property, you need to consider access for the delivery and collection truck as well as any height restrictions.
You also need to make sure the bin is placed on a level surface to avoid any issues during collection. Driveways and concrete paths are typically suitable.
Yes, all skip bins have a weight limit. Overloading your skip bin can result in a fine as well as making it difficult for our team to collect the bin.
Anyone can hire a skip. We provide skips for a wide range of uses including renovations, spring cleans, landscapers and more. We’ve assisted locals, schools, demolition companies, offices, restaurants and more.
Junkyard Skips delivers skips in Maitland, Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens.
We have a range of sizes and different skips. From 2 cubic meters to 6 cubic meters.
Price includes up to 7 days of hire. If you need it for longer just let us know in advance so we can make sure we can accommodate your request. An additional charge may occur.
No worries! Just give us a call and let us know, we’ll be more than happy to pick up your bin sooner.
If you’re still not sure, just give us a call and we can advise you further.
Any bin being placed on public land or council property in Newcastle Council requires a council permit at a cost of $82 valid for 28 days which we organise on your behalf.
Contact your local council for their bin placement requirements for public lands for their local council’s policies.
If you overfill your skip bin, we will not be able to collect it. The extra rubbish will have to be removed by you or someone else at your own cost. Overfilling a skip bin can be dangerous as it may collapse, injuring anyone nearby. It is important to follow the fill line on the bin to avoid overfilling. If you are unsure, contact us for guidance.
The hirer is completely responsible for the skip bin during the time that it is located on their site.
We accept cash, credit card, EFT. Payment is required on or before delivery.