The process of renting a skip is as simple as 123. Because your skip will be delivered to your property as soon as you place an order for it to be hired. Nevertheless, there are a few things to keep in mind before placing your order, such as where can you put a skip.
So, where can they go?
We’ll look at some of these possibilities in this blog post.
Driveways are the obvious choice but some properties lack sufficient room. And other customers do not want to risk their driveway becoming scuffed by loading on it. You may want to consider other options in these situations.
The street or pavement
You’ll need to get permission if you want to use the street or pavement. Pedestrians and other road users will not be harmed by the skip as a result of this procedure. If you place your rental on public property without permission, you could face a fine of up to £1,000. But in most cases, our delivery drivers have no problem lowering onto the ground. This is as long as there is enough clearance to do so. However, placing it on a sidewalk or road comes with the risk of it being filled by other people. Also, you will have to get a permit to put it there.
How do I get a permit to hire a skip?
The local council will need to be contacted in order to get a skip permit. Depending on the skip rental company you choose, you may be required to perform this yourself. So if you prefer, the permit can be obtained for you. But before we transport your skip, we take care of securing your permission. So you don’t have to lift a finger because we’ll take care of everything for you.
Your front garden
Private land such as a front garden is where you are allowed to place a container. But you must ensure that the delivery vehicle can reach the lawn and lower the bin onto it without encountering any obstructions. However, you should be aware that even a mini skip hire that’s placed in your front garden may result in harm to your lawn.
Outside someone else's house
You are not permitted to unload a bin on the private property of your neighbour. But even if the public road is closer to your neighbour’s house than yours, you might be able to secure a permit to place your skip there. Before getting a permit to use a neighbouring road, we recommend talking to your neighbours. As an added bonus, you may be able to divide the cost of the skip with them if they have any unwanted things of their own.
Swansea residents and businesses alike may rely on us for rubbish disposal and skip rental. We have skips ranging in size from 4 to 12 yards, and we can also help you obtain a skip permit if necessary. Not to mention a dedicated recycling facility where we try to recycle the maximum amount of trash from each skip that comes into our site. So are you asking yourself for reasonable skip hire quotes near me? Then get in touch with us immediately to order or learn more about our services and Swansea skip hire prices.