Are you in need of a waste removal solution for your upcoming project? Look no further than Skip Hire Northamptonshire. Our company has been providing cheap skip hire services in Shutlanger and throughout Northamptonshire for years, and we're ready to help you too.
At Skip Hire Northamptonshire, we're committed to providing affordable skip hire services without sacrificing quality. We understand that waste removal can be a major expense, but it doesn't have to be. That's why we offer a range of skip sizes to meet your needs and fit your budget. Whether you're a homeowner tackling a DIY project or a construction company working on a large-scale job, we have the skip for you.
When you hire a skip, you can be sure that your waste is being disposed of responsibly. We're committed to recycling as much waste as possible, so you can feel good about doing your part for the environment.
We offer a range of skip sizes to meet your needs. Here are the options you can choose from:
###2 Yard Skip
Our smallest skip is perfect for smaller projects, such as garden clearances or minor renovations. It can hold approximately 20-30 bin bags of waste.
###4 Yard Skip
The 4 yard skip is a versatile choice that can accommodate a range of waste types. It's suitable for projects such as bathroom or kitchen refits. It can hold approximately 40-50 bin bags of waste.
###6 Yard Skip
If you're taking on a larger renovation project, the 6 yard skip may be the right choice for you. It's also suitable for light commercial use. It can hold approximately 60-70 bin bags of waste.
###8 Yard Skip
The 8 yard skip is the largest skip we offer and is suitable for larger commercial projects. It can hold approximately 80-90 bin bags of waste.
Wondering what you can use a skip for? Here are just a few examples:
If you're undertaking a home renovation project, a skip is an essential tool. You can use it to dispose of old fixtures, fittings, and building materials.
If you're giving your garden a makeover, a skip can be a great help. You can use it to dispose of garden waste, such as soil, plants, and lawn clippings.
If you're working on a construction site, a skip can help keep the work site tidy and safe. You can use it to dispose of building materials, such as concrete, bricks, and tiles.