Perth Waste Removal Commercial Mini Skip Bin Hire Joondalup Site Launched

A new site has been launched for Mini Bins, the leading mini skip provider in the northern suburbs of Perth. The company provides high quality waste removal services at a competitive price.

Heathridge, Australia - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

MiniBins, a leading mini skip provider based in Heathridge, Western Australia, has launched a new site advertising its services for local customers. It provides commercial mini skip bin hire in Joondalup and the surrounding areas, with a 100km operation radius around Heathridge.

More information can be found at: http://minibinsnorth.com.au

The site explains that Mini Bins offers high quality, affordable mini skip hire north of the river. It can provide clients with all their waste removal needs and requirements for a range of projects, and prides itself on its high quality service.

Customers looking to complete home renovations, garden makeovers, household cleans, commercial site cleanups, and building site rubbish removal and demolition waste removal, can get in touch for the best waste removal services.

The mini skip services provided by the Heathridge skip provider are very competitively priced, and designed to offer the best solutions for residential and commercial customers around the local area.

Mini Bins is a leading mini skip bin provider in the northern suburbs of Perth. As a specialist skip provider for residential and commercial waste removal, it can provide customers with a fast, friendly and reliable service for a wide range of service areas, including skip bin hire in Joondalup.

The company states: “We offer a 7 Day rental on our open skips, but we are also very flexible, and length may be negotiated upon booking. If you’ve filled the mini skip bin quicker than expected, then no problems, just phone us and we will arrange an early pickup for you.”

Mini Bins is a trusted family run business, and works hard to provide customers around Perth with the best waste removal services possible. It is a proud, Australian company, which launched in 1984.

Since then, it has helped numerous customers, and grown to be a leading provider of affordable, reliable skip solutions in the local area. It provides the best services for all types of waste removal, excluding hazardous materials.

Full details 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: 314248

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