FLEXiSKiP, BOOK ONLINE
FLEXiSKiP by handel: is the first heavy-duty Aussie skip bag, that’s supported by technology, and a perfect alternative to steel skip bins. Book online today!
An affordable option, FLEXiSKiPs offer a practical, local skip bag solution for building sites, home DIY project, garden or shed clean-up, company or school working bee or your general rubbish removal.
FLEXiSKiP, coupled with our custom handel: App, will revolutionise the way waste is collected and put the power back in your hands.
HOW IT WORKS
Today’s the day to de-clutter! Let’s grab your FLEXiSKiP out of it’s box (it’s super light) and lay it out flat, ready to be filled.
Hop inside your FLEXiSKiP (go on, we know you want to), lift all four sides up, then fold one side out and down over itself.
Ready to Go
Fold out the remaining three sides, pushing out the bottom corners as you go (you’ll be a FLEXiSKiP master before you know it).
Fill your FLEXi up! Make sure all heavy items are below the heavy fill line i.e. concrete, bricks, rock, dirt and those ugly retro tiles which have lasted the test of time. Remember, if you’re not filling your FLEXi on your kerb, then only fill it part of the way so it’s not too heavy to move.
Find the Best Place
Once half-full, raise all four sides and place within four metres of the kerb. Make sure there are also no obstructions like powerlines, driveways, footpaths and cars
When full, scan the QR code, located in the sleeve on your FLEXiSKiP, for collection. Then simply sit back and congratulate yourself on a now clean abode while we have it collected within 4 business days.
Our FLEXiSKiPs are built tough but, we don’t want you filling them so they are bursting at the seams! If the two long straps can touch each other then you’re good to go but, if not, you might need to order a buddy. Charges may apply to overweight FLEXiSKiPs.
LET’S TALK RUBBISH
Although we’d love to help you clear away everything, we unfortunately can’t due to certain types of waste being prohibited by law.
Below is a quick snapshot of what we can and can’t take. For a detailed list of allowed and non-allowed waste items, click here.