Category: Skip Hire

Why hiring a skip is better than going to the tip [Infographic]

Do you need to dispose of large quantities of rubbish? If so, it makes sense to hire a skip. Whilst you might consider taking it to your local tip yourself, […]

What is the difference between a domestic skip and a commercial skip? 2

Hiring a skip is an incredibly useful way to get rid of rubbish in both domestic and commercial settings. Once the skip has been delivered to your home or business […]

What can I put into a skip?

Skips are ideal in a range of situations, whether you’re clearing out junk from your home or removing waste after a DIY project. Not only are they highly convenient and […]

What size skip do I need?

Hiring a skip for waste removal is a great move, particularly if you have too much of it to take to the local tip yourself. Whether you’re carrying out building […]

What is the difference between a domestic skip and a commercial skip?

Do you need to hire a skip but aren’t sure what is the difference is between domestic and commercial skips? Then you’re not alone. This is a common question we […]

Skip Size Guide: What size skip do I need?

Planning a project but aren’t sure of what size of skip you need? Underestimating your required skip size could mean the inconvenience and expense of ordering a second, while overestimating […]

Is it convenient to hire a skip?

Whether you’re doing a little DIY or revamping the whole garden, dealing with the mounting waste can be a headache. Rather than going back and forth to the tip, it […]

What can and can’t go in a skip?

Skips are an easy way to store a diverse range of waste in one place on your property, with prompt delivery and collection making them a highly convenient option. While […]

Why you shouldn’t overload a skip

Whether you are using a skip for moving house, home renovations, or a commercial project, you might be tempted to overfill it. It seems like a good idea, as the […]

What skip do I need for my industry?

If your business carries out building, demolition or maintenance work, then you will produce a large amount of waste or rubbish from each project. Hiring a skip can take the […]