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to help you choose the right skip
How skip hire works
Book a skip
Choose the right skip for you, and get it booked online.
Get the skip
Select the date you want the skip delivered.
Fill the skip
Our friendly drivers will bring your skip, and leave it in your specified location.
Return the skip
We’ll come and pick your skip up and take your rubbish away.
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Skip charges explained
We’ve got the basics covered.
Once you’ve entered your postcode, you’ll be given a price that includes:
- Skip hire for up to 14 days
- Delivery to your chosen location
- Disposal of all standard waste
- Collection and disposal, when you’re ready
Some items have additional fees.
Items like fridges, tyres and other items can be disposed of but do have an additional fee to ensure their safe disposal. If you have one of these items:
- Add them to your order
- You’ll be given the price per item
- When your skip is collected, put these items on top of your skip.
Please note that you are responsible for the contents of your skip upon collection. A cover can help protect your skip from any unexpected deposits.
Some items are charged by weight
Some items like plasterboard and astroturf are charged based on the volume you dispose of. You can find a list here. We’ll weigh these items at our depot once we’ve collected your skip.
You need a permit to keep a skip on public land.
If you want to keep a skip on public land such as a road, parking space or footpath, you will need a permit. We will advise you on this, once you’ve booked your skip. You might need:
- A highway permit to keep the skip on public land
- Parking suspension, if the skip is going in a parking bay
- Some councils also require cones, lights and covers.
Charges vary significantly by council, and by your needs. To get an idea of cost, have a look on your local council’s website. Don’t worry though, if you indicate you’ll need a permit, we’ll help you through every step of the journey.
Commercial & Trade Waste Services
We offer a wide range of waste removal services for our commercial and trade customers.
We get it. Hiring a skip can be daunting, confusing and sometimes downright difficult. Don’t worry! We have the answers you’re looking for.
Selecting the right skip size can feel daunting. But don't worry, it is actually quite simple. All skips are sized in cubic yards. 1 cubic yard is roughly the size of a washing machine or similar household appliance. So if all your waste (when broken down) would be around the size of 8 washing machines, you'll need an 8 yard skip.
There might be other things to consider too, such as where you will keep the skip and what waste you'll be putting in the skip.
Our Skip Selector can help you find the right skip based on your waste type and volume.
We operate in London and the South East, with sites in Orpington, Bromley and Brixton. And whilst we always try to be competitive and offer a good price, there's more to think about than just the cost of a skip or looking for the cheapest skip hire prices. Exceptional customer service, friendly delivery, collection, responsible disposal and recycling of your waste are all factored into our price. We do offer cheap skip hire, but more importantly, we offer exceptional quality from start to finish.
You should also ask how a company can offer such low prices. It is important that waste companies have a waste carriers permit and it's important you use a registered waste company. Before you book that budget skip, you need to check the company - are they reliable? Some companies operate without a license, and dispose of waste unethically, for example fly tipping. If your waste is fly tipped, you could be liable for both costs and potentially any legal investigations. You can find our Waste Carriers License here.
Check out our skip hire prices and size guide to find the right skip for you.
We’ve got the
South East covered
Based in Greenwich and Orpington, we are ideally located to serve the needs of customers across the South East of England. From Romford to Royal Tunbridge Wells, Mitcham to Maidstone and everywhere in between.