Long Term skip Hire Service for Commercial or Domestic Customers
As a Long Term skip Hire Service, Grinners Skips supply commercial or domestic customers with a wide range of skips from mini-skips suitable for garden waste up to industrial container-sized skips capable of dealing with large-scale demolitions. With the exception of our grab & tip all our skips are delivered to your site and collected when they are full or when you have finished with them.
If you have never hired a skip before of used a commercial waste disposal company, you may not be aware of the strict regulations regarding banned items. As a Renovators cleanup Townsville, We suggest you avoid trying to hide banned items in the middle of the skip, the contents will be separated at the waste disposal site and some items recycled so you may get caught and fined.
Every skip hire company will have a maximum weight limit for their skips. If you put too many heavy items into the skip, the collection lorry will not be able to lift the skip off the ground. If it did, the weight of the lorry may over the legal weight for that vehicle. You will then have the undesirable task of unloading items from it to lighten the load. Extra care should therefore be taken if you intend to fill the skip with bricks and hardcore or earth. We suggest you contact your hire company if this is the case.
As a general rule of thumb; skips can be filled to the top with heavy items such as bricks and earth. Larger skips should only be partially filled with such heavy items; the remaining space can be filled with less heavy items.
If you want to keep costs down then you may able to bring in a house clearance specialist to remove any items that you would otherwise have placed into the skip. These firms usually remove items for free and sell them on for a profit. They may be interested in metals for scrap value or items that you think are just junk. It all depends on exactly what you intend to skip. So, if you choose Grinners Skips to manage your waste. For more information visit the site http://www.grinnersskips.com.au/ .