If you are moving home or carry out renovations skip hire is a must to get rid of all that extra waste, skips are a convenient and economical method of collecting unwanted material and transporting it to the correct location. A skip ranges in size, some are large units which require a lot of space, so it is best to contact the skip hire company before ordering a unit.

  1. Where will the skip be located?

A skip can be left on the road or on the pavement depending on the size of the area, if you have available space close to your property you should ensure the delivery truck has enough room to load and offload the unit. A skip lorry is a large machine which needs space to manoeuvre so it is important to choose an area where transport will not be an issue.

  1. How long will you need to rent the unit?

Try to be precise when figuring out how much time you will need when hiring the skip. You do not want the hire company to take the skip away too soon, on the other hand, leaving the skip idle for several days will incur additional costs. Consult a professional company and agree on an exact time and date when your skip will be removed.

  1. Do you require a permit or will the company look after it?

Some companies will provide you with a permit or you may have to contact your local council to arrange one in advance. Skip permits are provided by your local council office and you should have a permit in place before your skip is delivered. For example, if you need skips for hire in Doncaster you must contact Doncaster metropolitan borough council and arrange a permit.

  1. What size skip do you need?

There are a wide variety of skips sizes available for both domestic and commercial hire, it can be difficult to decide on a size if you have no knowledge of skip hire or waste removal so it is advisable to carry out some research online or contact your local skip hire company for more information on the matter.

  1. Which skip hire business should you use?

A quick search on Google will reveal various skip hire companies located in your vicinity, you should ensure they are a legitimate organisation and consider reading any online reviews posted about potential companies. You will also consider aspects such as price, response time, and professionalism.

  1. What can you load into your skip?

Skips are designed for general waste purposes, so you cannot and should not put any hazardous or harmful material inside. Hazardous waste material must be disposed of at designated locations to avoid accidents or injuries.

If you plan on dealing with a skip hire company try your best to employ a professional service, they will help to make the whole process run as smoothly as possible, leaving you with no worries or issues.