Calling all home renovators, builders, party organisers, and anyone in need of a professional and reliable skip bin service in the Perth Metropolitan Area!
If you’re looking for professional, reliable, and great value for money skip bin services, look no further than Melville Bin Hire.
Let’s look at some facts you need to know before hiring a skip bin from us:
- We have a variety of bin types available
- There are items you should never put into a skip bin, and
- You should never overload a skip bin!
DO: Check out our wide variety of bin types available for your convenience
Putting the wrong types of waste into the wrong bins may result in additional charges after the skip bin has been collected, so it is important to order the correct bin type for your requirements.
We have a wide variety of bins available. Light Bins are suitable for most general household waste, heavy bins are suitable for waste from household clean-ups and renovations, asbestos bins are for asbestos only, and our bricks and concrete bin is for clean bricks and concrete that will be recycled after collection.
If you are looking to hire a skip bin and have questions about our various bin types, don’t hesitate to contact the friendly team at Melville Bin Hire for further information, or visit our website to find out more!
DO NOT: Place these items into a skip bin
There are various types of waste that are not suitable to be placed in our skip bins. If you’re unsure if the waste you wish to dispose of is suitable for our bins, please feel free to contact us. As a general rule, the following items should never be placed into our bins – putrescence and hazardous wastes, liquids, gas bottles, empty chemical containers, car batteries, large tree trunks, and tyres.
For a full run down on what you can and cannot place into a bin from Melville Bin Hire, please contact us or visit our website for more information!
DO NOT: Overload your skip bin
For a hassle-free skip bin experience, you must ensure that the skip bin is only filled level to the top of the bin. This means that no items should be protruding in any way. Overloading a skip bin can create various health and safety risks, not to mention frustration for our valued customers and our employees alike. If we find our bins are overloaded upon collection, and additional skip bin will be ordered at the customers cost, and the customer will be asked to unload the excess waste into the second bin.
For more information about our various bin sizes, please contact us! We have small bins and large bins, and many sizes in between, and we are happy to recommend the right size bin for the job. Contact Melville Bin Hire today!