Hiring a skip can often be an expensive waste removal option, so it’s important to weigh up the pros and cons of doing so and also look into other options such as hiring a removal company.
Whilst a skip is dropped off to you and provides a place by which you can dispose of rubbish yourself, many aren’t aware of the skip permit that is potentially needed for leaving it outside a premises and prices for a permit are on average £30.
It’s also difficult to know just how much waste a skip can fit in when you’re assessing your waste disposal needs, and you will need to pay out for the hire of a whole skip even though you ultimately may not use all of the space.
It’s always worth considering a removal service for waste disposal, as a practical alternative to skip hire.
A waste removal company will have experienced professionals that are trained in waste removal for a variety of different situations and they can assess the situation and put together a bespoke quote and service that suits your exact needs – you will also only be charged for the waste that you need throwing away.
At Junk Hunters, two person teams will promptly and efficiently clear your waste, so all disposal will be hassle-free and there will be no unsightly skip left outside for days at a time.
Founder of Junk Hunters, Harsha Rathnayake said: “You can be assured that by using a removal company such as us, you will be getting a service that offers genuine value for money against hiring a skip.
“We offer competitive rates against skip hire businesses and an exemplary waste removal service overall.
“As well as residential waste, we take care of building waste disposal needs, commercial waste collection, garden clearance, office clearance and we even offer a same day rubbish removal option for a quick and convenient service.”