14-yard Skip Hire

For larger jobs that will produce a considerable amount of waste, the best option may be a maxi skip, which are available in a range of sizes. The 14-yard skip is versatile and useful in a number of commercial applications, as well as very large home renovation projects.

How much does a 14-yard skip cost to hire?

The cost of hiring a skip is influenced by a number of different factors, including skip hire duration, the waste you will be disposing of and even your geographic location. The average cost of a 14-yard skip is between £200 to £240. In order to ensure you are receiving a great deal on your hire, it is a good idea to always request 3 quotes from different companies.

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How much waste can a 14-yard skip hold?

14-yard skips are very large, which makes them a popular choice on commercial projects, where substantial bulky waste will be thrown away. These skips can hold as many as 145 black bin bags worth of waste.

What are the dimensions of a 14-yard skip?

Whilst skip dimensions do often vary between manufacturers, the approximate dimensions of a 14-yard skip are 13ft (3.96m) Long x 6.5ft (1.98m) Wide x 6.5ft (1.98m) High.

What can I put into a 14-yard skip?

Most types of waste can be put into a skip, but there are a few exceptions. Items that are not permitted in a skip include asbestos, hazardous waste, gas cylinders, tyres, paint, solvents, chemicals, electrical items and fluorescent bulbs. It is important that you do not try and hide prohibited items in your skip, as every skip is emptied for recycling, and you may be charged for the disposal of prohibited items.

What types of jobs are 14-yard skips useful for?

14-yard skips are perfect for bulky waste. These skips provide ample space for many different jobs, from commercial rubbish to industrial waste. They can also be used for large home renovation projects.

Will I need a skip hire permit?

If you are placing a skip on council land, you will require a skip permit. If you are able to put the skip on your own land, or on privately owned land, a skip permit will not be required. When you hire a skip, and need to place the skip on public land, such as a road, the council will issue you a permit, which can cost from £15 to more than £60. Permits are normally obtained by your skip provider on your behalf.

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