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Fancy a bit of DIY, time to re-landscape the garden, considered knocking down some walls?
Although it is the smaller of the skips that we can offer, it is still robust enough to handle dense materials, yet small enough to slot neatly into any area providing there is permanent access.
Although not actually much bigger in appearance than the Mini Skip, Small Skips can actually capacitate almost twice as much waste - ideal for the more ambitious project.
Small skips can usually be located very close to a property and are suitable for almost all kinds of domestic refuse including garden and light building waste.
Dispose of all of your building waste in a Builders Skip.
Large enough to accommodate quite substantial amounts of waste.
If you are embarking on renovation work or quite significant re-decoration, this might be the most suitable skip to suit your requirements.
These skips can usually be located on the road outside the property with the relevant permission from the council.
These are probably most suitable for projects which will generate the bulkiest of waste. Re-building or major renovations would command bigger refuse facilities and the Large Skip can fulfil this requirement.Permission will be necessary from your local council to locate it on the road side.
These skips are ideal for bulk rather than density.
Due to the size of the skip it would almost be impossible to transfer a skip containing dense waste.Permission will be necessary from your local council to locate it on the road side.
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