People hire skips for many different reasons. Having a spring clear out, removing a vintage kitchen or toilet, wanting to remove plenty of garden waste are reasons why people hire skips.
Hiring a skip is a process that is fairly simple, much more so now with many businesses offering the option of reserving your dumpster online. Your skip should arrive on the date you set. You are able to normally keep the skip for as long as is required to fill it with your waste. When you skip is prepared for removal, simply give the skip hire firm 48 hours notice of when you would enjoy your dumpster collected.
Another alternative many skip hire firms offer is a 'wait and load' service. This means the dumpster is going to be delivered and the driver will wait while you load it and then take it away. This is ideal if you own a stack of waste prepared for loading and also don't demand the dumpster for a longer period of time.
If there isn't any room on your property for the skip it'll have to be placed on the public road/pavement. To get a dumpster to be placed on the public road/pavement a license from the council is required. While some councils insist the applicant for the permit must function as the individual hiring the skip, typically this permit can be ordered by the skip hire business when you order your skip. Additionally, in the event the skip is to be set on the road it is the duty of the individual hiring the skip to ensure it has to suitable warning lights attached. When purchasing the dumpster, these lights can usually be hired in the skip hire firm.
You can fill your skip with pretty much anything together with the exception of a few things these comprise computer monitors, gasoline canisters, aerosols, televisions, full paint cans, food waste, tyres, fridges or freezers.
The skip must not be overloaded. This is hazardous to pedestrians and motorists and additionally may cause difficulties in picking up the dumpster. If the skip is overloaded the skip hire company typically allow the right to 'degree' the waste on picking up the skip in the event the dumpster is deemed unsuitable for transport.
Skips come in many different sizes. The littlest is what is called a Mini Skip, can hold up to 1.5 cubic metres of wastes but is not consistently accessible everywhere in the UK. The next size is a Midi Dumpster that is perfect of bathroom and kitchen refits and can hold up to 3 cubic metres. The most common skip size is what's called an Junk Removal Contractors Skip it could hold up to 4.6 cubic metres of waste (as much as 50-60 bin bags) and is accessible everywhere in the UK. There are bigger skip sizes accessible but a number of those will not be acceptable for very hefty waste due to the weight of the fully loaded skip.
Whatever your skip is required by you for as long as you use a business that is reputable your skip hire experience ought to be free.