Choose the best skip size for you…
Answering questions you may have…
Areas we cover in United Kingdom…
Skip Hire Services
It doesn’t matter what size skip you need, or where you’re located, we can help you. We’re a national company that has been established for a number of years. With locations across the UK, we’re ready to assist you.
If for any reason we don’t already have a presence in your area then we can refer you to a local firm that can help. The truth is we’re not just here to make a profit, we want you to have the best possible service and the easiest access to skip hire, regardless of where you are.
That’s why we’ve taken the time to create a network of partners, each of which we trust and respect. They’ll provide you with everything you need, from help choosing the right skip to organizing permits, or simply arranging the best delivery time.
Removing waste is a serious business, we follow all government guidelines to ensure that the waste is disposed of properly and in an environmentally friendly way, where possible. We take care of this so that you don’t have to!
Whether you want a 2-yard mini skip to help you clear up after a small home project, or an 8-yard large skip to get rid of all your bulky items and have a complete house clear out, we have the size you need.
If you’re not sure which size is best for you contact our friendly team today, we’re happy to help!
Domestic or Commercial
We’re a national skip hire company with locations all over UK. If you’re a business and need reliable waste removal services contact us for a competitive quote today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a Permit?
Depends. If your skip will be placed OFF-ROAD (private property) then you don’t need any permit. However skip placed ON-ROAD (street, footpath) requires a permit.
How to apply for a permit and what is the cost?
In most cases, you can apply online on gov.uk or simply contact your local council. The permit fee ranges from £10 to £70(London).
How full can my skip be?
Waste pile can’t be higher than the skip upper edge. Anything over is considered unsafe to any type of road transport.