There are all sorts of reasons why you might want to hire a skip. It could be that you have a lot of rubbish that has built up over time, or perhaps you are redecorating and need somewhere to put all the old furniture. There may even be a time when you have just moved house, and you need to get rid of the rubbish from the previous owner. Whatever your reason for hiring a skip, there is one place where you will find a wide selection that can cater for any size job provided you know what you are looking for.  

Whether you are hiring a skip for small amounts of waste or large amounts, there are always some tips that can help make the process easier. Skip hire in Farnham is easy if you know what you’re doing.

Know Whether your Wastes can be Kept on the Skip

The first thing to do is check the items you are able to put inside the skip. There are a few things that aren’t allowed and these can vary from skip to skip. Waste disposal centers will often accept green waste, but not building waste like bricks, tiles and plasterboard. Other things that need to be removed include asbestos and tires.

Skip Size

It’s also important to note what size of skip is best for the amount of rubbish you need disposing of. The last thing you want is an overflowing skip and especially one that will break the law by overspilling onto public roads or pavements. You could end up paying a fine or being forced to remove the excess before it gets collected.

Know what Size of Skip will serve you better

The better Skip hire companies in Farnham will allow you to choose from a range of different sizes depending on how much rubbish you need to clear away. If you are doing general house clearance, there will be plenty of room in a mid-size skip and if you are doing building work, larger skips will be the best option for you.

Still on the size, a mini skip is a popular choice when it comes to hiring a skip. Some companies even offer skips that are as small as 2-yard mini skip. This size is ideal for smaller, one-off DIY projects such as bathroom or kitchen remodeling jobs where the amount of waste you produce won’t be too much, but still too much to fit in your bin.

Other sizes to consider include:

  • 4 yard midi skip
  • 6 yard builders skip
  • 8 yard builders maxi skip
  • 10 yard maxi skip

The space available for the skip

Skip hire prices vary depending on the size of the skip and its location. If it is not possible for the skip to be placed on private property (such as a drive way) then there may be additional charges for a permit from the local council.

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