Have you been advised to use a roll-on-roll-off skip for your project? If so, you may be wondering what one is. This type of skip is larger than traditional skips and is usually used for construction and industrial jobs where high volumes of waste need to be disposed of. Read on to find out what is a roll-on-roll-off (RORO) skip.
How big is a roll-on-roll-off skip?
Roll-on-roll-off skips are larger than other skips, usually measuring between 20-40 cubic yards. At Beta Skips, our RORO skips are 6.1m in length, 1.85m in height and 2.4m in width, and can hold around 170 bags of rubbish. If you’re planning a project that is likely to produce high volumes of waste, a RORO skip may be right for you. If you’re not sure what skip size is right for you, talk to our team. We can advise you on your options and help you choose a skip that best suits your needs. Keep reading to learn what is a roll-on-roll-off (RORO) skip.
What is a roll-on-roll-off skip used for?
Roll-on-roll-off skips are perfect for big construction or demolition projects and refits. They can make dealing with large volumes of waste much easier and more affordable whilst keeping disruption on the site to a minimum. Choosing an ethical skip hire company like Beta Skips can also help you to reduce your carbon footprint.
What can I put into a roll-on-roll-off skip?
You can dispose of a wide range of items in roll-on-roll-off skips. Whilst they can be used for general waste, they’re most commonly used to get rid of construction, industrial and demolition waste, including bricks, blocks, concrete and soil. Paper, plastics, metal, wood, plasterboard and window frames can also be disposed of in RORO skips.
How much are roll-on-roll-off skips?
To get a quote for a roll-on-roll-off skip, contact our team. We have the best prices in the area, making us the first point of call for those seeking a value-for-money skip hire service. What’s more is that we’ll beat any price, providing you with peace of mind that you’ll never pay more than you have to for a RORO skip. Don’t risk opting for a smaller skip than you need to try to save money. This could lead to you overfilling it, in which case you may face extra charges as a result. We may also be unable to take an overloaded skip due to safety reasons.
Is a permit required for a roll-on-roll-off skip?
A permit may be required for a roll-on-roll-off skip if it will be placed on a public road. This is because the Highways Act 1980 states that the skip will block traffic from at least one direction. A permit allows the authorities to keep track of roads with obstacles and prevent key areas from being blocked. Whilst the permit will need to be obtained from the local authority, Beta Skips can arrange a skip permit for you, taking care of all the paperwork on your behalf. We’ll include the permit fee in the total price.
Factors to consider when hiring a roll-on-roll-off skip
A roll-on-roll-off skip can help you to dispose of large amounts of rubbish easily and affordably. However, there are some factors to consider before you hire one. Most importantly, does your site have sufficient space for not just placing the skip during the project but also for the delivery vehicle? If not, we may not be able to drop the skip off successfully, delaying your project. For this reason, it’s essential to plan ahead to ensure that there’s enough room for the roll-on-roll-off skip. Since a RORO skip is so large, it’s also important to make sure that it won’t get in the way of your general business activities.
What other skip sizes are available?
A roll-on-roll-off skip is an ideal size for many construction and industrial projects, however, there are other options to consider. At Beta Skips, we offer a broad range of skip sizes in Barnsley and Rotherham. We can provide smaller four and six cubic yard mini skips suitable for domestic projects like bathroom or kitchen refurbishments and garden cleanups along with eight cubic yard builders skip for commercial jobs.
It’s important to consider your options carefully when hiring a skip since choosing the wrong size can impact your project significantly. The last thing you want to do is hire a skip that’s too small as this means you risk overfilling it or delays to your project as you wait for another skip.
RORO skip hire in Rotherham and Barnsley
At Beta Skips, we’re proud to be the leading provider of RORO skips in Rotherham and Barnsley. We specialise in high volume waste disposal, helping commercial customers to get rid of rubbish from construction and industrial projects. Whether you’re embarking on building or demolition work or a multi-storey clear-out, we can assist.
Fast delivery of your roll-on-roll-off skip
Beta Skips can provide fast delivery of your roll-on-roll-off skip. We will make sure you can start your project as soon as you’re ready. We can offer same-day service in many cases. Also subject to availability our team is able to deliver your RORO skip to your site within just hours. Keep in mind that if you do require a permit for your skip, this is likely to take a few days to be received.
Now that you know what is a roll-on-roll-off (RORO) skip, you may be looking to hire one from a reputable skip company. For RORO skip hire in Rotherham or Barnsley, contact Beta Skips. Call us on 01709 645038 or 01226 979027 to discuss your requirements with one of our team. Alternatively, send us a message via the website and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.