Frequently Asked Questions

We have put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions below. Simply click on each question to reveal the answer. If you have any further questions then give us a call.

How do I order a Skip?
Very Simple. Just give us a call and we can advise you of the most suitable requirement to suit your needs. We will ask you a few questions to clarify what we think is best for you. We can advise you about Skip Hire Sizes, ask you for your contact details, the address for delivery, how much it costs, and when you would like to take delivery of your skip. There you go – no worries – simple as that ! And we are here at the end of the phone to answer any queries you have.
How long do I have the skip for hire?
The standard Skip Hire period is 3 days. If you need the skip for longer, please call us by phone so that we can arrange this for you
What kind of waste do we accept?
The standard Skip Hire period is 3 days. If you need the skip for longer, please call us by phone so that we can arrange this for you
Can you give me an exact time for delivery of my Skip?
We try our best to give an accurate time slot so you know when you Skip is arriving. We normally give 2- hour time slots for the morning and the afternoon deliveries – say between 9:00am – 11:00am or between 2:00pm – 4:00pm. If you need a phone call or a text to advise you when we are on our way – no problem, just make sure you let us know when the skip is delivered and we will try and do that for you. Sometimes same day delivery is possible, please phone us directly and we will try and facilitate your request if possible.
How high can I fill my skip?
All our Skips have a ‘max fill line’ clearly indicated on its side. If the skip is filled above this point it cannot be collected for safety reasons and the driver will ask you to remove some material before he can load the skip. Please do not overload the skip. Remember to give some thought as to how you will fill your skip. Place the larger items carefully so that you avoid creating unfilled spaces that stop you getting the most out of your Skip Hire.