National Skip Bins

Hire a Skip Bin today to get your backyard Summer ready

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Spring is in the air, bringing with it warmer days and the opportunity to get back in the backyard after a long and wet winter. If your garden is looking a little tired and overgrown, then now is a good time to give it some love and attention. Your kids (and pets) will thank you!

Here are our handy tips to help get your backyard back into shape;

- Spring means play time and entertaining alfresco is back on the agenda, so it's
important to give your outdoor furniture and any swings or cubby houses a quick
spring-clean. Any old timber pieces may need to be disposed of if they have worn
over the winter. At National Skip Bins we have 2m - 10m bins perfect for getting rid
of those bits of furniture and old toys that have deteriorated over time.

- Prune any dead flower heads, leaves, stems or stalks from perennials to allow for
new growth and take out any old or dead plants. Green waste removal is one of
our many services and hiring a skip bin can save you valuable time by eliminating
trips to your local tip and back.

- Our Perth climate can play havoc with your lawn come summer. One of the key
tips to looking after your lawn and keeping it looking good for the season ahead is
vertimowng. Vertimowing during spring can set your lawn up for the weeks ahead
when you and the family can really start to enjoy the outdoors again. Hiring a skip
bin can make light work of getting rid of your unwanted lawn after a vertimow.

- Last but not least, get the family involved and take advantage of our beautiful
Perth weather . Whether you need some helpers with the gardening and general
maintenance or just some company – get your kids outdoors with you and enjoy
the fresh spring air together!

So whether you’re looking for a small, medium, large or extra large skip, National Skip Bins have the best prices in Perth. We have you covered with our range of 6
convenient bin sizes to choose from. Unsure about what size skip bin you require?
Visit nationalskipbins.com.au for more information.