How do I pay for my skip?
Payment is required before the skip is delivered, this can be done via cash or cheque on delivery of the skip or even easier over the phone by card, this will enable the skip to be delivered even when you aren’t there. If you book your skip online payment will need to be made to secure the delivery and order this is done by entering your Credit/Debit Card payment details via our secure SagePay.
How long can I have my Skip for?
The hire of the skip is for 7 days additional weeks after that will be charged. When the skip is full please call and we will collect the skip. We do not automatically collect the skip after 7 days in the event of unforeseen circumstances whereby you require the skip for additional days please contact us to discuss an extension.
Can the skip go on the highway?
Yes skips can be placed on the highway but they require a permit (this is due to liability insurance) which we shall obtain for you. This is a requirement for both Norfolk and Suffolk council. When planning your skip please consider that it can take between 5-7days to obtain the permit.
What can’t I put in my skip?
The following items will require additional charges if placed in the skip-
Asbestos / tyres (car, lorry & motorbike) / Tree Roots / Mattresses/ TV’s/ Fridges/ Freezers / Plasterboard / Batteries / Car Batteries / Gas Bottles / Paint / Paint Tins / Computers / Monitors/ Roof Felt
How wide does my drive need to be?
As an indication we require an opening width of 12ft for the lorry to get in to drop the skip however in some cases the skip may beable to be dropped at the entrance of the drive.
Can the skip go over the wall?
Yes the skip can go over walls and hedges but no higher than 3ft. Please remember that the skip can have tendency to swing when it is collected bare this in mind when instructing the driver where to position the skip.
Can the skip go on to a brick weave drive?
Yes but we advise that something protective is put down on newly laid bricks. Please note that in some cases the driver may need to put the lorry legs down to assist with the lifting of the skip.