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    Hello,
    Due to some major renovation work we have planned for our home, we will need a waste removal service to get rid of the junk being cleared out.
    We would ideally like to hire a skip for the waste with removal service after the renovation is finished.
    Does anyone have any estimates of the costs for hiring a waste removal service?
    Do most waste removal companies provide skips as part of the service? Are there any other costs involved?

    Asked by angie on 2nd Mar 2019
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    Thornville Skip & Waste Removal

    "Hello
    Skips will usually be provided to you for the agreed period of time, with a pick up date.
    The cost is generally based on the amount of waste that you are disposing of – which will be based on the weight or the amount of skips required.
    Rough estimates for skips:
    0.5 skip (0.5 tonne) £150
    1 skip (1 tonne) £200
    2 skips (1.8 tonnes) £360
    However, your local waste removals may have their own cost standardisation for weight boundaries or the number of skips.
    For most waste removal companies there will also be additional charges for certain materials with specific recycling/disposal requirements. It is always worth checking with the company what items would incur additional costs and by how much, before hiring the company. Examples of these common items include; paints, mattresses, tyres, fridges (assorted types), gas containers. "

    Answered on 2nd Mar 2019 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    Rightbuild construction

    "Skips usually cost
    - 240 just insert (rubble)
    - 290 mixed waste
    - 340+ for a road license and mixed waste"

    Answered on 27th May 2019 - Member since Jan 2019 - report

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