What size skips do you have?
We have the following sizes:- 4 cuyd, 6 cuyd and 8 cuyd. We do have larger 16 cuyd, 20 cuyd and 40 cuyd RoRo available for commercial and large projects. Call the office for more details.
Where can skips be dropped?
Skips can be dropped on a private property (Your drive or garden). Permits are required for Public highway locations such as Roads, verge and pavements. We apply for the permits on your behalf. It can take 2 to 3 days to get the permit and there is an additional cost, dependant on the local council. Skips can also be dropped at business, offices or factories.
Can the skip go on my drive?
Yes. If you can get a car on we usually can get a skip on although we might not be able to get all the way down the drive. Most drives are ok, our lorries can be heavy through. We do not accept liability for damage when delivering a skip.
Can the skip go on the road?
Yes but you will need a permit for a skip on public land which is the public highway (Highways, Pavements or Grass Verge), there is an additional charge for this and can take an additional 2 or 3 days to secure.
Do I need permission from the council to place a skip on the road?
Yes, it is called a permit and is issued by the local council, who charge for it. We will arrange the permit and it can take 2 to 3 days to get the permit.
What is the biggest skip I can use?
The largest we can place on the road is a 8 cuyd, and this is suitable for most jobs. We do have larger skips and RoRos. If you need anything larger then please contact the office.
How long can I keep my skip for?
Normal bookings are 14 days but we can do longer if required. When booking online just tick the relevant box.
How much notice do I need to get a skip?
We aim for 48 hours notice (provided a permit it not required).
I am finished with my skip, when can you collect?
Just give us a call and we will schedule a driver to collect, we aim for 24 hours.