When it comes to skip hire in Birmingham, Call-A-Skip are here to help!
For those searching for skip hire in Birmingham, the world of waste disposal can be a confusing place. There are so many skip hire companies all claiming to offer the best possible service at the best possible price after all, but for first time skip hire customers getting the advice they need about the entire rental process as well as defining essential factors like skip size and hire duration isn’t easy.
As a leading provider of skip hire throughout Birmingham and the surrounding areas, we have the practical tips you need to forge ahead with skip hire for your upcoming domestic or commercial project. Remember ‘Planning makes perfect’, when it comes to hiring a skip, planning is everything. One of the most important decisions you will have to make in preparation for skip delivery is defining a suitable site for skip placement. Choosing a reputable skip hire company is important as they will be able to assist you in selecting the very best location for your skip, a location that should be as flat as possible and free from obstructions.
Get expert advice on skip size, as well as choosing a suitable location at your home or business premises, your skip hire company will be able to assist you with the important task of selecting the right skip size for your specific project. There are various skip sizes available, from the midi skip, which is suitable for clearances of small office spaces, to the 40 yard roll on roll off, a skip solution perfect for the disposal of large and bulky materials. As a supplier in Birmingham of commercial and domestic skip hire, we make it our mission to keep our customers clued up on the latest skip sizes available.
Our handy guide to skip sizes is available online, whilst our team can also be contacted for further advice. Find out if you need a permit, as Birmingham is a built up area, the prospect of your skip needing to be placed on a public highway is high. For placement on public land, permission must be granted from your local council via a skip permit. Again, a reputable skip hire company, like ourselves, would be happy to assist you in your application. For those looking to place their skip on private land, a skip permit is not required.