Month: June 2020
We believe community clean-ups are a great way to bring Aussies together, particularly during these unsettling times. A good idea is to organise your community to spruce up your local school, college, community hall or sports club with a good clean-up, and Bookabin is there to help take away all the rubbish you collect. We’ve got some useful suggestions for event organisers, starting with recruiting volunteers early!
You also need to make sure your community event lines up with the dates your local skip company is open, which in the case of Bookabin, is seven days a week! Check our Skip Bin Size Guide here.
It’s a good idea to tell neighbours, friends, community members, local businesses, and other organisations about your event by creating a flyer highlighting the details of the clean-up and distributing it. You can also promote the event on social media, and ask neighbourhood organisations to promote the event in their newsletters. Supermarket notice boards are also a great way to promote your event.
When you are ready, use our skip hire website and it will search our large network of skip suppliers’ current stock and prices, and instantly present you with the best price available for a skip bin meeting your specific skip hire requirements. If you live in the Melbourne area you want to know more about Melbourne skip bin hire go here.
Sometimes the identification of your waste type is normally fairly straight forward, however, we have provided a simple guide as to what you can and can’t place in your Bookabin skip hire. The waste type affects the skip bin hire costs so it is important to choose the right bin hire for your requirement; if any prohibited waste is disposed of in the rubbish bin skip, additional waste disposal charges will apply and that can be an expensive hassle for you.
A General Waste bin, suitable for light domestic and commercial waste, can take light domestic waste, light construction waste, office waste and green garden waste.
What cannot go into a General Waste bin is hazardous waste. This includes TV’s, monitors, fridges, paints, solvents, liquids or any asbestos. To dispose of any of these materials you need to contact your local council. They will be able to provide you with a contact who can dispose of anything hazardous or not accepted in your skip bin.
There’s been some crazy hazardous rubbish left in skip bins over the years, like machine guns and top-secret Nazi documents! Check out more strange things found in skip bins right here.
As we all come out of the enforced COVID-19 lockdown, many of us were prevented from moving home, as we had originally planned, so now we can ‘get moving with our move’. Here are some tips from BookaBin to help make moving an easier task.
Moving home can be a bit overwhelming, but making a list and making all necessary preparations can help you accomplish the move more easily. Making a detailed plan with detailed steps will help you stay focused.
Check that you have a budget and know how much you will spend. Nobody wants unnecessary pressure on their finances.
From experience, we highly recommend setting a timeline for each of your steps. This may include de-cluttering, packing, and cleaning.
- Make sure you give yourself more time than you need
- Start decluttering as early as possible, and you may want to dedicate a few hours a day to declutter your current home until you get rid of everything you don’t need
- Decluttering from room to room will save you time, and ensure you don’t miss out on a thing
- Make sure you get rid of or donate your unwanted and unused items
Our blog has some amazing tips and guidance to help your skip hire a hassle-free experience. Check them out:
- What Kind of Skip Bin is Right for You?
- How To Stop Neighbours Using Your Skip Bin
- Do I Need a Permit For My Skip Bin?
Fortunately, most household items are accepted inside a BookaBin skip, and Bookabin Australia can help you schedule a flexible clutter removal that will speed things up and make for a smooth home movement. Check our Waste Type Guide.
BookaBin offers waste removal around Australia, and our skip hire is available for Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and all the other capital cities of Australia and the surrounding regions. Check our areas here.
The disposal of home renovation, repairs or clean-up rubbish is always a concern. Fortunately, disposing of your waste has never been easier. Hiring a skip bin for your home projects, such as renovations and spring cleaning projects, is a practical and efficient way to finish your projects and dispose of any waste. We try to make waste collection and disposal easy and stress-free.
However, with so many skip hire companies in the market, it can be quite tricky to choose which service to hire.
Bookabin is the specialist in online booking of rubbish disposal services, and our easy-to-use website helps consumers with value for money by offering low prices for rubbish disposal services..
Bookabin tries to make it simple. All you need to do is enter your skip hire requirements, and our website will search all of the local skip bin hire suppliers in our database then you get the best skip hire price we can offer.
We also love sharing tips on how to save money on renovations. Check out these 6 Tips for Saving Money on Home Renovations.
Convenience is one of the great benefits. In most cases, you can schedule the arrival and removal of your rubbish whenever you need to and either commercial and domestic rubbish collections can be ordered.
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