Skip Hire: Your Questions Answered
Skip hire has been an essential method of rubbish removal for over 100 years. From domestic refurbs and renovations to construction site clearances and more, skips are both a flexible and robust method of waste clearance. However, many people find the idea of hiring a skip to be a daunting prospect so as part of Clearabee’s skip hire services, we’ve decided to answer your most-commonly asked questions and make the whole process that little bit easier. We’ll also answer some questions that you won’t always find on other sites so you should have all the information you need.
If you already know what you want, then feel free to book your skip hire now. Otherwise, let’s give you some answers.
The below set of questions are taken from the People Always ask sections of Google’s search results, so if you have any questions that don’t appear here, feel free to just give Clearabee a buzz.
Skip Hire with Clearabee
Clearabee’s skip hire services are available nationwide and often delivered to customers on a next-day basis. Our fixed-price skip hire lets you know exactly what you’re getting for your money and we can advise on the necessity of skip permits or parking suspensions depending on your own unique circumstances.
Our standard skip hire periods are for 14 days, but should you know in advance that you need your skip for a longer or shorter duration, then this can be organised with a designated-day order. We can also provide specialist skips on request which include Roll On, Roll Off skips, enclosed skips and lockable containers.
We’re also the most-reviewed clearance service on Trustpilot, having recently amassed over 10,000 reviews and an ‘Excellent’ rating. Typically, at least 95% of everything we collect is diverted from landfill and as reputable and registered waste carriers, you know that your rubbish is being disposed of responsibly and not damaging the environment (you can read more about our environmental credentials here). You’ll even receive a digital Waste Transfer Note as part of your Duty of Care so you can be confident in your compliance.
Removing rubbish. It’s what we do.
All prices featured in the above article were correct at the time of going to press.