4-yard Skip Hire
A 4-yard skip is the smallest of the midi skip range, and are a versatile skip commonly used by both commercial and domestic clients. 4-yard skips provide the convenience of onsite waste removal at an affordable price.
How much does a 4-yard skip cost to hire?
A 4-yard skip is among the cheapest skip sizes available, with prices normally ranging from £85 to £140. The price of a skip can vary for a number of reasons, including your geographic location and even the waste you will be throwing into the skip.
How much waste can a 4-yard skip hold?
A 4-yard skip can hold approximately 45 black bin bags of waste, and is usually sufficient space for a kitchen or bathroom refit, or garden clearances. Like mini skips, midi skips are popular with domestic clients due to their convenience and affordability.
What are the dimensions of a 4-yard skip?
The dimensions of a 4-yard skip are 7ft (2.13m) long x 5ft (1.52m) wide x 3ft (0.91m) High. These dimensions are approximate, as many skip providers have varying skip dimensions.
What can I put into a 4-yard skip?
Skips are popular throughout the UK due to the waste you can throw away, as well as their affordable pricing. Whilst most types of waste can be thrown into a skip, such as wood, furniture, metal, organic waste, rubble and domestic waste, there are a few exceptions that you must be aware of. Items that are commonly prohibited in skips include asbestos, hazardous waste, fluorescent bulbs, chemicals, gas cylinders, tyres and electrical items.
What types of jobs are 4-yard skips useful for?
A 4-yard skip is a good choice for domestic jobs that will require a convenient and affordable onsite waste removal solution, such as a garden clearance or kitchen refit. They are also popular on worksites that require a secondary skip for waste that cannot be mixed, such as plasterboard.
Will I need a skip hire permit?
The placement of your skip will determine whether or not you will require a skip permit. Skip permits are issued by the council, and are required when you need to place a skip on council land, such as a public road. If you are placing a skip on privately owned land, such as your drive, you will not require a skip permit. Skip permits prices differ between councils, and range from £15 to more than £60.
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