Frequently asked questions about skip hire

How Do I Pay for a Skip?

We are happy to accept credit and debit cards, cheques, or cash payments for our services.

How Long Can I Keep a Skip?

Our standard skip hire includes 14 days onsite usage. If you require a skip for longer, please give us a call and we’ll discuss any extra costs with you. If the skip is on the public highway and covered by a permit, then your maximum hire length is 7 days.

How Soon Can You Deliver a Skip?

We normally deliver a skip on the same day, dependent upon when you call. Give us a call now to check.

Are There Any Items I Cannot Put in a Skip?

The following items may not be put in our skips:

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What Does It Mean That You are a Registered Waste Carrier?

By using a Registered Waste Carrier, you are guaranteeing that your rubbish is handled by a reputable company, that conforms with all environmental and legal requirements for waste disposal. With the increase in fly-tipping, it is essential that you use a Registered Waste Carrier.

Can I Have a Skip on the Road?

In most cases, you are allowed to have a skip on a public highway as long as you have [a licence or permit from your local authority] (LINK to Permits) – we are able to arrange this for you when you book your skip. The permit is valid for 14 days. 

Please contact us to check the current price of the permit.

How Full Can I Load a Skip?

A skip may be loaded to the top, level with the sides of the skip, but it is important not to exceed this limit. Overloading is illegal and we may not be able to pick up the skip. If in doubt, please contact us for advice

What area do you cover?

We cover a wide area, including the following:

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