- Skip bin hire
- 2 cubic metre skip bin
- 3 cubic metre skip bin
- 4 cubic metre skip bin
- 6 cubic metre skip bin
- 9 cubic meter skip bin
- 12 cubic meter skip bin
- Delivery Collection of skip bins.
- Set price - no hidden additional costs
About A1 Skips
A1 Skips - Your Gold Coast and Tweed Heads Skip Bin Specialists
“share a bin with your neighbour”
At A1 Skips we can take care of all your Gold Coast and Tweed Heads Skip Bin Hire needs.
Skips ranging from 2m³ - 12m³
Construction & Demolition Removal
Home Renovations Waste Removal
House/Yard Clean UpsReliable service - you can be sure you will get your skip bin on time.
A1 Skips Frequently Asked Questions
Your Tweed Coast Skip Bin Specialist
How full can I fill the skip bin?
Please do not overfill the bin. The skip bin can be filled to the top of the bin only. No exceptions. Overloaded bins are a great risk to the operator, lifting equipment and other road users during transportation. When the bin is loaded ask yourself this question, ‘would I like to drive behind a truck carrying this on the road?’.
What if I overfill the skip bin?
Extra bins can be delivered/purchased to prevent overloading and ensure safety. If you overfill the bin the excess will be removed and left behind.
What can’t I put in the skip bin?
You cannot put anything that is considered dangerous, hazardous or requires a permit to move into the skip bin. We do not transport hazardous, toxic, restricted or regulated waste. Examples of such items include asbestos, tyres, liquids such as oil, paint or thinners, noxious chemicals, herbicides and pesticides, medical waste, explosives and gas cylinders. Household food waste and nappies are also not allowed.
What if I put the wrong things in the skip bin?
Extra charges will apply to contaminated bins due to the excess fees we have to pay. Additional fines from council agencies may apply, especially for the incorrect dumping of hazardous materials.
How do I safely dispose of dangerous and hazardous items?
For safe disposal of dangerous items contact your local council facility. Most will offer a free pick up or drop off point for ratepayers and some waste facilities may also offer free drop off for dangerous items as a community service.
What size skip bin do I need?
As a rough guide, a standard 6’x4’ box trailer is around 1 cubic metre or about 10 wheel barrow loads. If you think you have two trailer loads of rubbish then a two metre bin is the size for you; three trailer loads of rubbish is a three metre bin, and so on.
How quickly can I have my skip bin delivered?
Depending on your location, urgency and our workload, delivery can vary from a few hours to the next day. Our staff can happily advise the approximate lead time when you make your booking. We like to recommend giving at least one day’s notice before you need the bin – if you need it first thing in the morning, organize for delivery the afternoon before. Deliveries take priority over pickups so you can get started on your job sooner.
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