A WIDE RANGE OF SKIP BINS FOR HIRE IN BRISBANE
Over our extensive trading history, we have been asked many questions concerning the services that we provide from the capacity of our bins to how much they cost and everything in between. Many of these questions follow a reoccurring theme, and so we have republished the most frequently asked along with our answers on the page below.
Please take some time to look over this section of our website and bear in mind that while it is designed to provide an overview of the services that we provide, it is by no means an exhaustive resume. Therefore, if you cannot find the answer to your specific inquiry, please contact one of our team members who will be more than happy to help you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
WHAT IS A CUBIC METRE?
A cubic metre (m³) is a unit of measure for volume described as 1m x 1m x 1m. To help you visualise this, a level loaded 6×4 box trailer, or Ute is approx. one cubic metre. Four wheelie bins are also approximately one cubic metre.
Please call our friendly staff and who will assist you in choosing the correct bin for your job.
HOW LONG CAN I HAVE THE BIN ON SITE FOR?
You can have the skip bin onsite for 1 full week. We are flexible if you require for longer, please contact our office if you would like to arrange a bin for a longer period.
WHEN CAN YOU DELIVER?
We deliver and pickup bins six days a week – Monday to Friday 7am – 5pm and Saturday morning 7 – 11am.
HOW MUCH NOTICE IS REQUIRED FOR DELIVERY?
Depending on the availability of bins we can usually deliver the bin the same day. However, 24 hours’ notice is sufficient to secure your preferred time frame.
TO WHAT LEVEL CAN I FILL THE BIN?
Bins may be filled to the top rail and no higher because it is illegal to transport overloaded bins and, more importantly, it is potentially dangerous for other road users. Our drivers cannot take the bin if it is overfull.
If you have extra items, please see the driver on the collection and they may be able to assist you.
DO YOUR SKIP BINS HAVE DOORS?
Some of our 4m³, 6m³ and 8m³ bins have a door for pedestrian or wheelbarrow access. They are not standard with every bin but please request a door when ordering. All 10m³ and 12m³ skip bins have a door that completely opens up at one end and locks back for an easy walk-in access. There is NO extra charge for bins with a door.
HOW CAN I PAY FOR THE BIN?
We accept cash, cheque, VISA, MasterCard, and bank transfer on delivery.
HOW MUCH CAN I FIT IN A SKIP BIN?
We supply a range of skip bins from 2m³ right up to 12m³. Talk to one of our helpful team today who will be able to advise you on the best bin for your needs, or head to our Skip Bins page to get an idea of what will fit in each bin.
A single mattress will fit flat on top of a 3mᶾ bin like a lid.
A 4mᶾ bin is visually the size of a small car like a Mazda 2 or Hyundai i20 – a queen mattress will fit flat on top like a lid.
A 6mᶾ bin is visually the size of a Ford Falcon or Holden Commodore.
I THINK I HAVE ASBESTOS, WHAT CAN I DO?
If you think you might have Asbestos, call the appropriate authorities. Do not put it in your skip bin if you are unsure because large penalties will be incurred. We are licensed to transport and dispose of Asbestos, but it must be pre-arranged and must be in a separate lined bin. More information is provided below:
HOW DO I DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE?
Items such as tyres, paint, batteries, oil, chemicals, and gas bottles can be taken to your local council waste service on selected days throughout the year. Call your local council to confirm dates and tipping stations available. Also, no food items or organic materials can be put into your skip bin. For more information on disposing of hazardous waste, contact:
DO I NEED A PERMIT TO PLACE THE SKIP BIN ON MY FOOTPATH?
Some councils do require a permit if the skip is to be onsite for more than 48 hours.
Please check directly with your council.
Any permits required is the responsibility of the homeowner or contractor.
Any fines rests with same homeowner or contractor.
Magic Bills will not be held liable for any fines for improper placement of the skip bin.
Wherever possible, we encourage property owners to have the skip contained well within their own property. This helps with discouraging others from placing unwanted and sometimes prohibited items in the skip bin.