Hire & Delivery
The skip hire period is 21 days (extended periods can be arranged).
If you require next working day delivery you will need to contact our office on 01322 555588 as you cannot order online.
There will be no refunds for part filled skips.
Level Loads Only
A main health & safety rule of Skip hire is to maintain a level load with the side of the skip so please DO NOT overload your skip. If our driver considers the load unsafe they will be unable to move the container. If overloaded, but considered safe to transport, a surcharge will be imposed.
What can and can't you put into a skip?
Hazardous materials CANNOT be must be placed in the skip, including asbestos, fridges, tv’s or other monitors, car batteries, tyres, gas cyclinders, plasterboard, electrical equipment, medical waste, liquids, paints and solvents. Materials of this type placed in a skip could endanger our staff and will incur additional charges or the materials/items returned to the hirer's site.
Materials that CAN be put into a skip include bricks, concrete, stones, rubble, cardboard, domestic waster, garden waste, wood, plastics, metals, furniture and gas cookers.
Burning in the Skip
Fires are not permitted in the skips. Any damage caused to the skips by the burning will be chargeable whether the fires are accidental or deliberate.
Location and Permits
Permits are not required if the skip is sited on your own property. If the skip is to be located on any public road, a permit from the local council is required. Give us the details at the time of hiring and we can arrange this on your behalf, or assist you if necessary, and add the cost to your skip hire fee.
Lamps are provided at an additional cost, however, it is the customers responsibility for turning on the lamps during the hours of darkness.
If you are unsure of what you can and can't put in the skip please call and ask us - we are more than happy to help.