With spring just around the corner, are you planning to work on a garden project? Over the winter, you may have noticed how much rubbish there is to clear out and how many things that need doing. The question is, where is the best place to start? Chorley Skip Hire and Bolton Skip Hire are specialist skip suppliers and we can help you to get started by providing you with a skip for your garden waste. What size skip will you hire? What about the type of skip – do you prefer a standard unit or one with a drop door for easy access? How can we help you?
Selecting the Right Skip
How can you select the right domestic skip for all your garden waste? You should be certain that you will have enough space for your spring project. Running out of room can be frustrating and disruptive – who wants to hire an extra skip in the middle of a project? It’s important for you to plan your venture and work out how much rubbish that you are likely to generate. If you are still unsure about the size of skip that you require, we are always here to help you. We offer skips from 2 yards, to 16 yard open units. We supply drop down door skips for easy access, especially if you plan to use a wheel barrow. These skips save you time and effort. Once you have the correct size and type of container, what else is there to think about?
Where do you plan to locate your skip? If it is on private property, then you can focus on having it delivered and collected at the best time for you. What if you need to position the skip on a public road or pathway? Then you must take into consideration local by-laws. You will need to get a special permit from your local council authority to comply with regulations. How can you apply for a permit? We can do this for you. This means that you don’t have to worry about anything other than your removing your garden waste effectively.
What Can I Put in The Skip?
Once your skip is delivered, can you put anything in it? There are things that can’t go into a domestic skip, but there are also many things that can be thrown in. These include garden waste products, bricks, rubble, soil, wood, cardboard, metal, plastic, and many other items. Avoid putting in products, such as plasterboard, paint tins, oil, batteries, electrical equipment, and so on, in these containers. Domestic skips are designed for lighter materials in general – if you require heavier waste products, you can hire our industrial skips or use our superb tipping facility. Whatever it is that you need, we can find the right skip for your garden waste project, delivered at a time and place to suit you.
Now you know where to go to get you rubbish skip containers, you can plan and start your project. For more information, you can get in touch with us or other Skip Hire companies such as Leyland Skip Hire by filling in our online contact form, or you can request a quick quote on our website.