Skip Hire FAQs

How do I order a skip?

Please go to our booking page where you can book one of our skips – Book Here or call us on either 01727 843 861 or 01582 834 120 and speak to one of our friendly staff.

When and how do I pay?

All skip hire orders are paid for at the time of ordering. You can pay securely online when you place your booking using Paypal.

What size skips do you offer and what do I need?

We offer 4 yard, 6 yard, 8 yard and 12 yard skips. If you are unsure of which skip is right for you please call us on either 01727 843 861 or 01582 834 120 and our staff will be happy to advise you on the best size skip to suit your requirements.

When will the skip be delivered

We offer delivery of skips in either morning or afternoon slots. Deliveries will be made between 8:00am and 12:00pm or 12:00pm and 3:00pm. Please be aware that we are restricted by traffic conditions on the day and cannot give an exact time. You can choose your slot when booking online – Book Here

How do I get rid of hazardous waste?

Call us on 01727 843 861 or 01582 834 120 and speak to one of our staff who will be able to help you.

How quickly can I get a skip?

When booking online we require at least 24 hours notice to book a skip.

How long can I keep the skip?

The normal skip hire period is for a maximum of 14 days. If you require longer please contact us on either 01727 843 861 or 01582 834 120 and speak to one of our friendly staff.

Where in Hertfordshire can you deliver skips?

What can't I put in the skip?

Skips are for general waste which is neither chemically or biologically reactive. Tyres, Paint Cans, Tv’s, Asbestos, Solvents, Liquids, Oil and Batteries are not allowed. For a full list of things not suitable for the skip please contact us on either 01727 843 861 or 01582 834 120 and we will be happy to help.

Where can the skip be placed?

Skips cannot be placed on the highway without a permit and correct signage and lights. Please contact us before booking if you cannot place the skip on private land.

Will a heavy skip damage my driveway?

Some driveways are susceptible to damage, we advise using thick wooden boards for protection to put the skip on.