Skip hire is a practical and straightforward means of removing large amounts of waste at once, whether from a domestic location – such as a home where residents are having a clear-out, a commercial setting – like a retail outlet undergoing refurbishment – or an industrial site – where a building project or demolition is taking place.
If you are an individual or business based in the North West and considering skip hire, make Leyland Skip Hire your first port of call. We offer affordable, flexible terms and excellent customer service to all clients to help your project go as smoothly as possible.
But how much does it cost to arrange skip hire Horwich, Chorley, Wigan or Preston area? We’ll explain a little more about our prices in this article.
Our Waste Containers are Priced by Size
To find out how much you’re likely to spend on a skip, you must first decide on the size of the waste container you’re likely to need.
Our skip sizes range from 2 cubic yards right up to 40 cubic yards, with the smallest costing £130 for up to three weeks’ worth of hire and the amounts increasing gradually the larger the waste container hired.
This pricing system remains the same whether you arrange skip hire in Wigan, Leyland or anywhere else across Greater Manchester or Lancashire.
Spend Less: Go Big
It may initially sound counterintuitive, but it’s likely to cost you less if you hire a bigger skip.
It can be difficult to work out exactly how much waste your project is likely to create – so by going with the biggest skip possible, you’re less likely to need to pay for hire over and over again as you keep filling your container and requiring a new one.
If you’re struggling to decide on the size of container that is likely to be best for your project, simply get in touch with our team today. We’ve provided skip hire in Preston, Chorley and elsewhere across the North West for many years – so we’ll be able to guide you.
You may be required to pay a little extra if your skip is to be placed on a road or other public thoroughfare. This is because a permit will be required to enable us to do this. Not to worry, however – we’ll sort out all the paperwork and apply to the council on your behalf.
There may also be extra charges involved if you have not provided suitable access to the drop-off location at the arranged time, or if there is any damage to the skip.
If you realise that you may not be finished with your skip by the end of the three week hire period, simply let us know. We’ll discuss the matter with you including any additional charges.