TopSkip’s can provide 12 yard skip hire throughout the UK. The 12 Yard Skip is suitable for large projects, office clearances and general fit outs. This is the largest of the skips provided. Suitable for light bulky waste, the skip has a low lip to the side to allow easy access, and its large sides help maximize the space when disposing of waste.
The 12 yard skip can hold between 100/120 bin bags and because of its size most councils don’t allow the skip to be placed on the road.
Heavy waste such as concrete, rubble, soil, etc. shouldn’t be put in the 12 yard skip due to possibly causing problem with collections because of weight.
Want to see how TopSkip’s can save you money, call us on 0844 686 9342
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|“12 Yard Skip” (large builders skip)||Y||Y||1.68m x 3.7m x 1.78m||Light General||
TopSkip’s provides a nationwide service and provide 12 Yard skip hire throughout the UK.
TopSkip’s provides a one stop solution to your waste removal needs. We take the hassle out of local skip hire, offering low cost skip hire without the worry of sacrificing the service expect.
Let one of our industry experts help find most cost effective solution for waste removal. We can save you time and money by calling 0844 686 9342.
12 Yard Skip hire pricing can be affected by multiple circumstances, that why calling one of our advisors is the best way to get the lowest priced skips. By simply asking a few questions, such as the type of waste you’re looking to dispose and the area that you need the skip, can help us work out exact costing.
Types of waste can affect the recycling rates and the more of the waste we’re unable to recycle, the higher we get taxed to dispose of the waste. We always use disposal sites with recycling rates over 80% so we can pass those saving on to you.
TopSkip’s can take all kinds of waste including Hazardous and Specialist waste, however this 12 yard skip, isn’t suitable and a specialist collection should be organised.
So if you have any of the following:-
If you need further information on the rules in disposing of specialist items or just want to know more about what is considered to be specialist or hazardous (because you might be surprised) call the team now 0844 686 9342.
We have more information what waste can go in a skip.
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