Below are some common questions asked by our customers which you may find useful too.
Easy! If you would like to book a Skip Call us on 0151-329 2977 to start the process. We will go through what type of skip you will need, be in Household or Commercial, when and where you will need the skip for.
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We ask for 48 hours notice before the date you would like the skip to arrive. We can do same day drop off of the skip if you need it quicker on special request.
We deliver around the North West. In particular: Merseyside, Wirral, Cheshire.
Usually we say two weeks, but if you need it longer no problem let us know and that can be arranged. We try and tailor our service around the needs of the job as much as possible.
A skip permit is permission given by the local council to place your skip on public highways/roads. Without such a permit your skip could be removed before you have filled it and liable for a fine.
If you are having your Skip placed on private land then you will not need a Skip permit.
If your skip is full before the arranged collection date give us a ring and we shall try our best to collect it at the earliest time. We do ask to give us 24-48 hours notice just so we can get into motion a sufficient pick up plan.
If you are unsure what size skip that you need have a look at our Home/Builders Skips page, which gives descriptions of the sizes of our skips an how much they can hold.
If you are still unsure give us a call on 0151-329 2977 and we can talk through your job and recommend which Skip would best fit your needs.
The contents of the Skip will be taken back to one of our bases, and from there the waste material is separated into a material group e.g. Plastics. From there we send the divided up waste to the correct facility to have it properly recycled.
We generally don’t do Sunday skip collection, but special requests can be made.
Any waste item’s that cannot be recycled is sent to energy recovery, which is where energy is created from waste, so we are still helping the environment!