12-yard Skip Hire

For larger jobs and commercial sites, 12-yard skips are a popular choice. These maxi skips can also be hired by domestic clients who have a considerable amount of waste to throw away, but are mostly hired for commercial projects.

How much does a 12-yard skip cost to hire?

The cost of hiring a skip often varies throughout the UK for a number of reasons, ranging from competition between suppliers to the type of waste you want to dispose of. The price of hiring a 12-yard skip is approximately £190 to £240.

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How much waste can a 12-yard skip hold?

These skips are ideal for larger amounts of waste, such as a large home improvement project of industrial site. A 12-yard skip can hold approximately 120 black bin liners of waste.

What are the dimensions of a 12-yard skip?

Skip sizes do vary between suppliers and manufacturers, so your chosen skip company may have slightly different dimensions, but most 12-yard skips dimensions are 13ft (3.96m) Long x 6ft (1.83m) Wide x 6.5ft (1.98m) High.

What can I put into a 12-yard skip?

One of the main reasons skips are so popular in the UK, besides the affordable prices and convenience, is due to the number of items that can be thrown into them. Skips are great for metal, plastic, wood, furniture, organic waste, rubble, domestic waste and much more. There are however a few restrictions. Items prohibited in most skips include electricals, asbestos, fluorescent bulbs, gas cylinders, paint, chemicals, tyres and hazardous waste.

What types of jobs are 12-yard skips useful for?

The 12-yard skip is one of the most popular maxi skips available. They are regularly used by commercial clients for larger projects including bulky items and construction waste. They can also be used in domestic projects that produce a considerable amount of waste.

Will I need a skip hire permit?

If you place a skip on council land, you will require a skip permit. Skip permits are issued by your local council, but your skip provider will normally obtain the permit on your behalf. If you are able to place the skip on your own property, or privately owned land, a skip permit will not be required.

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