We’ve already written about the different uses of skip bin in relation to proper waste disposal whether for local household use or commercial large-scale type of waste. In this article, you will better understand why you do need to place the skip bin in a certain spot or location on your property. Likewise, you will get to know where the bin can be placed to ensure your safety and, at the same time, be able to maximise its accessibility.
It is of utmost importance to put safety on top of your list. Skip bin placement should never ever get in the way, or compromise you and your family’s safety. Before you think about a potential damage that the skip bin can cause to any part of your house or property, make should it can’t cause physical harm to yourself, any member of your household or even your neighbours. This is why we provide guidelines that will help you place your skip bin.
Did you know that the layout of your property and the size of the skip bin that you intend to have will help you determine at which spot you can place it? That’s why at Newcastle Skips, there are different sizes to choose from and that is just one factor.
Here’s a list of other potential consideration when choosing where to place the skip bin:
- Choose a spot with no tree branches or utility lines that can get in the way of the delivery truck when it is time to move the bin. You could be liable for any damage to a tree or utility line and that may result to fines or unplanned costs. Furthermore, your skip bin location should not block the authorities from checking utility lines and poles.
- Steer clear of creating roadblocks. The delivery truck should be able to drive the bin in and out of your chosen location without causing any interference to the road. It also means that the size of the bin should fit the driveway.
- As much as possible, place the bin on your own property to prevent causing any trouble to your neighbours. You will also need to comply with any local neighbourhood regulations.
- If you have a council permit to place the bin on the street, leave a space to prevent the bin from impeding traffic. But if there is a choice between the street and the driveway, consider parking your car on the street so you can place the bin in your driveway.
- Thou shall not cross borders and place they skip bin on your neighbour’s property. That’s something you do not wish to happen the other way around. Courtesy begets courtesy. A rift between neighbours is worth some inconvenience to prevent.
- If you happen to live in a cul-de-sac, get consent from all homeowners that it is alright for you to place a skip bin there.
- If there is enough space in the garden area where the skip bin can fit, consider placing wooden planks underneath the bin to help ease in moving it aside from preventing damaging the lawn.
Your options at Newcastle Skips
Aside from offering skip bins in different sizes, Newcastle Skips can also provide kerbside collection if you do not have space for a large skip bin. It means that the bin can be placed at the edge of the pavement.
Our team also conducts inspections of your property. We can give you not only the best recommendations for skip bin placement but most of all, for keeping you and your family safe as you go clean and green.