What You Should Know About Hiring a Skip for Your Construction Project

Whilst many home improvement chores produce a minimal amount of waste, others create too much rubbish – much too voluminous for a rubbish bin. If you find yourself in this predicament, then you need to hire a skip.

Choosing the Right-Sized Skip

The size of the skip you choose will depend on the amount of rubbish that you need to remove. When hiring the service, it is better to select a container that is bit too large rather than opting for a skip that is a little too small. After all, you do not want to pay out more money and hire a second skip.

Placing a Skip on the Road

Usually skips comes in mini, midi, and builder skip sizes. The skip hire company should also be able to supply larger-sized skips or skips that feature covers. Depending on where you reside, you may also have to apply to the local council before a skip can be put on the road. In some cases, local councils require that the skip hire company make the application.

When a Permit Is Not Necessary

So, if a skip hire in Portland will be supplying your skip, make sure that the company has a current permit in place as most of the permits only are good for a couple weeks. However, you need not worry about a permit if the skip will be placed in your driveway. You also do not have to obtain a permit if the skip is placed on private land as long as you own it.

In some locations, the road space is not adequate enough for a skip placement. If this is the case for you, a skip hire company can offer other alternatives including rubbish clearance options or the use of skip bags for cleaning away the debris. They may wait outside your home whilst you load as well.

 

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