Why Rubbish Removal Trumps Skip Bin Hire

Office relocations, kitchen refurbishments and home extensions, they’re all great projects for your home or business but they do produce a lot of waste. There is nothing worse than having a lovely new landscape or home extension sitting beside a mountain of rubbish. Most home improvement and commercial improvement projects produce waste, this waste has to be removed. While some people opt for a skip bin, others make the right choice by calling a junk removal expert.

No Cleaning & No Heavy Lifting

Hiring a skip bin has its advantages, lifting and cleaning aren’t two of them. When you hire a skip bin for waste management purposes, you have to get rid of all the junk by yourself or else the unit will remain empty until your lease period has ended and the hire company come and collect it. Hiring a skip bin means you’ll have to clean the area and put all rubbish into the bin.

This could be lifting and moving bulky items such as:

  • Filing Cabinets
  • Office Desks
  • Home Appliances
  • Sofas
  • Cabinets

When you go for a business who specialise in rubbish removal in Sydney, you avoid cleaning and heavy lifting duties. You basically sit there and let them do all the dirty work. A professional removal team reduces your risk of injury by disposing of rubbish by themselves.

No Need for Guesswork

Skip bins come in a wide variety of sizes, which is great if you know a lot about skip bins. Most of us have no idea about sizes, so we end up hiring a unit which is far too big or too little for the job. If the skip bin is too large, we waste money on something we didn’t need and vice versa with a small skip bin. When you hire a rubbish removal company, they’ll give you a quote, visit your premises and get rid of all the rubbish. There is no need to worry about wasting money on size.

Red Tape

There is no need to worry about permits when you get in touch with a rubbish removal company. If you hire a skip bin for a rented property, you’ll have to call your landlord and tell them you’re placing it on their landscape. If it has to go into a public area, you’ll have to get in touch with the local council and get permission.


Once you’ve gotten rid of all the rubbish in your home or business, and you’ve carefully stacked it in the skip bin, the area still has to be cleaned. Rubbish removal services won’t just take the junk away for disposal, they’ll also do all the clean-up duties, leaving you with absolutely nothing to do.

Hiring skip bins tend to get messy, the unit starts to overflow, and you’re left with rubbish all over the place. In addition, loading the skip bin can be hazardous as some items of rubbish can weigh quite a lot. Professional rubbish removal is a better solution, it is a turnkey service who cover every aspect of waste removal from cleaning to removal to recycling.

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