Most frequent questions and answers
Simply take a look at the sizes of skips we provide and request a quote via our website. If you are unsure on what you are looking for, give us a call on 01536 743030 and we will be happy to help.
We are unable to give you an exact time that your skip will arrive. As above, if you require more detail we can simply contact you when the skip is on the way.
You will need a skip permit if you are placing your skip on public land or the highway; but don’t worry, we can take care of obtaining the permit for you. If you are placing the skip on private land, a skip permit won’t be needed. The maximum duration for a permit is 7 days.
You can place the skip on private or public land. You will also need cones, signs and lights to make sure it is easily visible to ensure safety. We can obtain your permit for you on public land, however some local councils require you to apply for the permit.
We recommend to all of our customers to place down boards for their skips to be placed onto, especially on soft tarmac or resin driveways. We don’t accept damage to driveways due to the nature of the work.
The standard skip hire length is 7 days, however we can alter this to suit your requirements. If the skip is placed on public land, the maximum length is 7 days. If the skip needs to remain longer, then the rental charge will be applied.
Yes! At Bailey’s Skip Hire, the waste that we collect will all be recycled where possible. We pride ourselves on our near 100% recycling rate and diverting waste from landfill. Any end-of-life waste is also converted into energy, reinforcing our ethos of being an environmentally-friendly business.