Home » How is a Residential Curbside Pickup Scheduled?

How is a Residential Curbside Pickup Scheduled?

You may walk around your homes and find that as clean as you thought it was, it’s really not. No matter where you go, there’s some sort of trash that needs to be taken care of. Maybe it came from years of accumulating things and never using them, or maybe it came from another box of unused stuff that your daughter wants to throw away. Point is, you’ve been hoarding rubbish all over the place and now, you feel the need to make your space as good and clear again.

The moment you collect all the garbage you want out, they seem to be in a horribly large amount. You need help in dealing with this rubbish in your home. It’s a good thing that your local rubbish removal company is only a call away. They don’t hesitate in solving your waste problem for you. Paul’s team of rubbish removalists has been around the area to deal with waste and rubbish that you can’t seem to get out of your hands. All you need to do is contact.

Here at Paul’s Rubbish Removal, we do all sorts of rubbish removal for retail stores, building locations and of course, we pick up garbage for residential areas. How exactly can you let us know that there’s junk waiting for us to pick it up from your lovely homes? These are the ways you can let us know:

Mobile phone

You can call us through your mobile phone to let us know that you want to schedule a pick up your garbage. You can contact us using this mobile phone number: 0407 125 125. 

We will pick up the phone and answer your queries in no time. Talk to one of our team and schedule a time and date that’s convenient for you. You might want to take the time to sort things out if you’re coming from work. Don’t worry, we operate 24/7 and can attend to your rubbish disposal needs anytime.

We understand that many households may be out for the day. You can schedule your pickups during the day and we also do same-day rubbish pickups from your curbside even when you’re out. Rest assured that the moment you get back from work, we’ve already done our magic and your curbside is clear from those boxes of junk that you desperately wanted out from the start of the day. Don’t second-guess in giving us a call, we want to pick up your trash too.


If you think that you’re indisposed for a phone call, we always have our email open all the time. We constantly check for queries and questions from our valued clientele. You can also indicate there your preferences or scheduled free time for a curbside pickup. Your trash should not be a source of bothering to you inside your homes. We can deal with it for you from the outside and you don’t have to think about them anymore. Send us an email here: info@paulsrubbish.com.au

Same with our phone call availability, our emails are also open 24/7 to answer your queries. Expect a swift response with your curbside pickup request from one of our professional and friendly staff.

Enquiry form

One of the ways that you can also contact us to pick up your trash from the curbside is by answering our enquiry forms available in many pages on our website. Moreover, we will also give you a quotation for your curbside pickup request and we will definitely get back to you in time. For every service you book online, there’s a discount for your curbside pickup. Submit an enquiry here.


There are many ways to appoint a residential curbside pickup. Schedule a pickup with us any time of the day and we will get to you. We work with you in keeping your homes safe and clean at any time of the day. Your busy schedules won’t hinder us from attending to your junk. Don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0407 125 125. You can also send us an email at info@paulsrubbish.com.au or an enquiry at https://www.paulsrubbish.com.au/contact/

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is a Digital Content Writer for Paul's Rubbish Removal. Sarah is a huge advocate for recycling, environmental sustainability, health and well-being and has a genuine love for all sea animals. Keep up with Sarah by following Paul's Rubbish Removal blog!

Reading Time       3 minutes

Share this article


Related posts: