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Hiring A 10 Yard Skip
A 10 yard skip is ideal if you wish to dispose of a large quantity of waste. Our 10 yard skips are able to hold up to 100 bin bags worth of waste. Furthermore, our 10 yard skips make for the perfect waste solution therefore making it ideal for large house clearances.
In addition to this, it is worth noting that our 10 yard skips are suited for light waste only. Light waste consists of materials such as wood, paper and plastic. In addition to this, a 10 yard skip requires more space therefore it may not be practical for some residential projects.
A 10 yard skip is classed as a maxi skip, which is designed for high quantity light waste clearance. Therefore we recommend our 8-yard builders skips when disposing of heavy waste, such as metals.
Do I Need A 10 Yard Skip?
If you are a DIY enthusiast and are consequently conducting home improvements, the 10 yard skip provides plenty of room. In addition to our 10 yard skip, we also offer a 12-yard maxi skip, which is perfect for those who require extra room. Furthermore, we suggest that you always overestimate the level of waste that you require to be disposed of.
This helps you by reducing your chances of overfilling a skip. Another benefit to doing this is that it minimises your chances of having to hire a secondary skip therefore saving you on time and budget.
Please note, an overfilled skip may consequently be subjected to charges. Furthermore, it is important that you follow the guidelines set by the hired skip.
10 Yard Skip Limit?
A 10 yard skip is built to dispose of light materials such:
If you have further questions, feel free to contact us.
What can I Not put into a Mini Skip?
Remember, not every item can be disposed of using a 10 yard skip:
- Gas Cylinders
- Hazardous Waste
- Electricals & Fluorescent Bulbs
How fast is skip delivery?
At Mackers, we are able to deliver our skips at a time that is convenient to you. Our online booking system allows our clients to book their skip in for a time that suits them.
We also can take bookings over the phone as long as you call within our office hours. Furthermore, we also can deliver on the same day as your enquiry, as well as collect your skip when you are done.
Do I need a skip permit?
A council permit is required when a skip is placed onto council owned land. Public roads fall under council land therefore you would need a permit if a skip is placed on a public road.
Privately owned land is exempt from needing a council permit. If you are unsure of whether you require a council permit, feel free to contact one of our experts for help.