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How To Save Money With Skip Hire

Skip hire saves you money when you’re disposing of rubbish in your home or business. However, there are ways to maximise the amount of money you save. Here’s how to make your rental as cost-efficient as possible.

Rent At The Right Time

To ensure you’re getting the most out of your skip, make sure you’re booking it for the correct amount of time. If it is for a project, you should plan out exactly how long you will need it for. There’s no point in renting it out for longer than necessary.

Ask our team for advice on efficient skip hire in Cardiff.

Keep The Skip On Your Property

If you want to keep costs as cheap as possible, it’s best to have the container on private land. To put a skip on a public road you need a permit from the local council, which costs money. If you are looking to save that money, place your container on a driveway or garden.

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Get The Right Size

To ensure you get the most out of your skip, getting the size right is vital. There’s no point in getting a very large container for a small project as it won’t get filled. You also don’t want one too small, as this risks overloading.

Call our team today to learn more about what size you should go for. Guarantee peace of mind that you’re getting the most out of your skip hire.

Load The Skip Correctly

If you want to get the most out of your skip, then loading it correctly can go a long way. We recommend breaking larger items up to make efficient use of the space. Another tip is to put the the lighter materials in first. This way the heavier items on top push them down for more room.

A driver will refuse to take a skip that is overfilled as it’s dangerous for other road users. To avoid any charges or fees, make sure to you load your container with care.

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Get In Touch With Us Today For Skip Hire

If you’re looking for cost-effective skip hire, then contact us today. Our team can help with everything you need to know about your waste disposal. 

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