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Sittingbourne Made Easy
We Love Skip Hire in Sittingbourne
Thank you for dropping by TopSkips.com today. Whatever your skip hire needs are, we can come to your rescue, as we have for over 100,000 skip hire customers since 2003.
To get in touch with us, we've made it as easy as possible:
Ring us at local-rate on 08445 60 77 10
If you're out of the country or on your mobile, ring +44 161 482 6201 (it's cheaper)
Fill out the form above to either book online or get one of our skip hire team to get back to you as soon as possible.
We've recycled nearly 1 million tonnes of waste since we launched online back in 2003, providing a full range of skip hire services across the UK and Ireland from 2 cubic-yard Mini Skips, 4-Yard Midi Skips, 6 to 8-Yard Builder Skips, to 10, 12 and 14-Yard Maxi Skips and 20-40 Yard RORO (Roll On, Roll Off) skip containers.
We've even made video demos for you below to help make sure you get the right skip size for your job (there's nothing worse than having a skip that's too small for your waste!).
One of the city's most famous landmarks is Sittingbourne Museum and Art Gallery which was home to the area's first infirmary. There are approximately 227,000 objects in the museum, built in 1857, including archaeological items of a local interest to marine fossils from the Jurassic period.
Orders for skip hire Sittingbourne are plentiful and this thriving area and has been exposed to a great deal of expansion with a number of new homes being built in the area. Expansion was aided by being located so close to London, just an hour's train ride away.
The city has been a home to speedway racing for quite some time. Although the track was initially considered to be a training venue, the Sittingbourne Crusaders joined the Conference League in 1994 as well as competing in other competitions. Riders from across the UK now come to use the facility, such as its popularity.
Paper manufacturing has contributed to the area's economy more than any other. It began in 1708 with their first Paper Maker on record, Peter Archer. Sittingbourne Mill was in existence from 1769 but was purchased by Edward Lloyd, who owned the Daily Chronicle. The mill was closed in 2006 after a takeover. However, Kemsley Paper Mill remains the largest employer in the city and in any area where paper is used so much in industry.
Whether commercial or domestic, Sittingbourne skip hire demands are always high.
There are a high number of commercial and domestic orders received for Skip hire in Sittingbourne and it is one of our busiest areas for skip orders.
Often it is the cost of a skip permit which is one of the biggest expenses for skip hire Sittingbourne. A skip permit is required only if there is a need for the skip to be put on a public highway.
At Topskips we can also provide a Wait and Load service. Should you choose to use this service it can keep your costs at a minimum (it also prevents passers-by and neighbours from dumping waste into your skip!) Our wait and load wagon is sent to the required address along with an empty skip and it will wait for half an hour whilst you may dispose of all waste. This is a handy service to use for eliminating any permit costs.
Whatever your requirements are Topskips can help.
Call us for a no-obligation quote for skip hire in Sittingbourne on 08445 60 77 10.
We are an ISO:9001 registered company and part of PAL Hire.
This means that we're recognised internationally as having the highest quality systems. It also means that we supply not just skip hire, but tool hire, plant hire, toilet hire, fence hire - everything for your site or event.
If you did NOT find what you were looking for today, I'd really like to hear from you also - it will help us improve our service for others. Just email me using the contact form here.
Skip Hire Sizes
We provide a full range of skips. The following videos show our most popular skips.
8 Cubic Yard Large Builders Skip
The 8yd Large Builder Skip is our most popular skip, and is the largest skip available for Heavy Waste . It can hold 60/80- bin bags of waste.
6 Cubic Yard Small Builders Skip
The 6yd Small Builder Skip is good for bulky waste, and can hold 50/60 bin bags of waste.
4 Cubic Yard Midi Skip
The 4yd Midi Skip is ideal for Kitchen and Bathroom refits, and can hold 30/40 bin bags of waste.
10 Cubic Yard Maxi Skip
The 10yd Maxi Skip is ideal for large house clearances. It can hold 80/100 bin bags of waste (but not heavy waste like bricks).
For more information, see our skip sizes page.
Skip Hire Permits
If you are placing a skip on the highway, your local council may require you to get a permit to do so. This varies from council to council. Some councils charge for this, some do not.
We can often sort this for you, although sometimes the council may require you to do it yourself. For further advice on your particular council, call our skip hire team on 08445 60 77 10 or visit our skip hire permits page.
What Can I Put In A Skip?
These things are good to put into one of our skips:
- - General Household Waste
- - General Building Site Waste
- - Wood
- - Metal
- - Plastic
- - Soil
- - Bricks
- - Paper and Cardboard
- - Green Waste (recyclable)
These things are NOT good to put into one of our skips:
- - Fridges
- - Freezers
- - Batteries of any kind
- - Clinical Waste
- - Fluorescent Light Tubes
- - Old TV's
- - Computer Monitors
- - Asbestos
- - Vehicle Tyres
- - Tins of Paint (empty or not)
- - Mattresses (in certain areas of the country)
- - Plasterboard
The GOOD NEWS is that we do have a specialist hazardous waste department, so if you do need to dispose of any of these types of items or materials, call 0844 504 55 89 or visit our hazardous waste removal site for more details.
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