Edgewater Perth Mini Skip Hire Home Commercial & Construction Services Announced

MiniBins, a trusted Perth based waste removal bin and skip hire company, has announced it can help customers throughout the northern suburbs. The family run business offers affordable, friendly bin and skip hire for all project needs.

Heathridge, Australia - June 28, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A leading Western Australia skip hire company has announced it can help customers throughout Perth and the surrounding region with high quality skip bin hire. MiniBins offers cheap, affordable mini skip hire north of the river, providing bins for waste removal, home renovation and more.

Full details can be found at: http://minibinsnorth.com.au

The site explains that MiniBins has a reputation for high quality service, and works hard to provide Perth customers with the best skip hire services in the area. Whether customers are doing garden makeovers, household cleans, site cleanups on commercial office sites or other projects, MiniBins can help.

Customers around the northern suburbs of Perth can get in touch using the URL above and use the instant query form to get a quote for their project. MiniBins offers a 7 day rental on skips, but this service is flexible, so there is room to maneuver if need be depending on the project.

MiniBins is known for being a specialist in the field, providing customers with fast, friendly, and reliable mini bin and skip hire for all their construction and home renovation needs.

Often with large home renovation projects, waste can get out of control because it’s difficult to predict how much there will be. This is where it can be highly beneficial to have a skip hire service on hand, because it takes the stress out of waste management and rubbish control.

What’s more, the vast majority of waste material is recycled, so working with MiniBins can ensure the environment is well looked after.

MiniBins states: “When you hire a mini skip bin from Mini Bins, you can be safe in the knowledge that we doing our bit for the environment. We are passionate about supporting a healthy environment, with all the waste collected being transported, sorted and recycled at approved sorting facilities. Up to 80% of all waste collected is recycled.”

Full details of the Perth waste removal mini skip hire services available from MiniBins can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided on site.

Contact Info:
Name: Blair Bolland
Email: minibinsnorth@outlook.com
Organization: MiniBins
Address: 24 Faversham Way, Heathridge, Western Australia 6027, Australia
Phone: +61-8-9401-5784

For more information, please visit http://www.minibinsnorth.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 367867

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