Tidysite Skip Services

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Tidysite Skip Services
Skip hire

Skip hire services in Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire

Are you in need of affordable, reliable skip hire services? Are you looking for a low-cost and professional skip hire service? Tidysite Skip Services offer a full range of skips covering mini skips (2-yard) to 14-yard skips and right the way through to 50-yard roll-on roll-off containers. This puts us in a proud position to be able to provide our customers the best prices – be that in the Staffordshire, Shropshire or Cheshire area, or nationwide.

Whether you’re looking to hire a skip for a day or are wanting to rent for a little longer, we’ll work with you to set up a rubbish skip package that fits you and your budget. If there’s anything you’re not sure about, don’t hesitate to get in touch or check out our FAQ section below.
 

Roll-on roll-off skips

When it comes to heavy-duty commercial clearance, disposal and collection, you cannot beat ro-ro containers. Roll-on roll-off containers come in a range of sizes – from 15 cubic yards up to 50. Here at Tidysite Skip Services, it’s our job to always make sure that you are lined up with a removal and recycling service that will effectively cater to your exact needs and timescales. Ro-ro skips are built to handle industrial projects on a grand scale.
 

FAQ

When should I hire a skip?

If you’re facing regular trips back and forth to the local tip, it might save you a lot of time to just hire a skip. To keep the cost for your skip hire as low as possible, consider what size you actually need, obtain some quotes, making sure you understand what is included in the services and what isn’t (delivery, collection, hire period, waste disposal fees, max. weight, any restrictions, etc).
These three questions might help you decide on whether you should hire a skip or go to the tip.

What skip size do I need?

The ideal skip size depends on the amount of waste you want to dispose of. Our handy infographic will provide you with a guide to the different skip sizes and roughly how many standard bin bags you could fit into them.

How much does skip hire cost?

This depends on the size of the skip, the type of waste and how long you want to hire it for. We provide excellent value for money and are quite confident that you’ll find our prices very competitive. Why not give us a call and find out for yourself?

How quickly can you deliver?

Being based in Stoke, we can guarantee next-day delivery for the Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire area. Outside of this area, your skip will be with you within 48 hours.

What can go in a skip?

Generally speaking, anything that is not harmful or hazardous to the environment can be put in a skip. This includes wood, solidified paint, soil, rubble, polystyrene, plastic, metal, gas cookers, garden waste, furniture, food and its packaging, non-electrical fittings, empty tins, domestic waste, cardboard, bricks.
Anything that is harmful or hazardous cannot be put in a skip. This includes electrical equipment (e.g. TVs, computer screens, fridges, freezers, etc.), large batteries, fluorescent tubes, asbestos, plasterboard, clinical and medical waste, hazardous and toxic materials, gas cylinders, tyres, fuel, solvents and paints, oil, petrol, diesel.

How can I book a skip?

Hiring a skip from us is very easy and can be done within seconds: just give us a call so we can agree on the details, and your skip can be with you in as little as 24 hours.

Skip hire chart to help you decide what size you need

Some fun skip-related facts

How many of these items can fit in a 6-cubic-yard skip?

  • Approximately 15 million paper clips

How many of these items can fit in an 8-cubic-yard skip?

  • Approximately 980,000 sheets of A4 paper
  • Approximately 5.4 million smarties
  • Approximately 210 million grains of rice
  • Over 1.5 million jelly beans

How many of these items can fit in a 12-cubic-yard skip?

  • Approximately 19,000 soft drinks cans
  • Approximately 100 microwaves

How many of these items can fit in an 50-cubic-yard skip?