Follow these rules and avoid getting charged extra.
1. Do not move your skip.
If you move your skip, fill it up and is somewhere we can’t access it, we will charge for the labour to move it.
2. Please keep the area around the skip clear.
Our trucks require space to manoeuvre. Please ensure the area is clear.
3. Please let us know if the weight of your skip is heavier than you expected.
For example if you have more broken bricks or concrete than expected. This will ensure we send the right truck to you.
4. Over the wall? Over to you.
If we deliver the skip to your back garden over a wall or fence it may become very difficult when the skip is loaded to lift it high enough over your wall of fence. Any damaged caused is your responsibility.
5. Watch out for soft pavements.
We will try to avoid using the our truck’s stabilisers on a pavement. If we are obligated to do so then any damage will be the customer’s responsibility.
6. Level Loads only.
Overfilling a skip is not acceptable and won’t be collected.
• We can not transport an unsafe load that is a risk to other road users.
• If we can make the load safe and can transport it the extra waste will be charged for. Extra waste means extra cost of recycling.
So if in doubt get a bigger skip.
7. No Wet Concrete.
Wet concrete can set in the skip and stick to it.
Plasterboad – We expect and are happy to take a mixed load in your skip. But if the load contains more than 10% plasterboard then we reserve the right to charge an extra £50 depending on the size of the skip.
Next size up charge – Overloaded skips that we can make safe for the road will be charged at the next size up.
Wasted Journey Charge = £25.00 + VAT
to £60.00 + VAT dependant on time wasted,
for when we are unable to deliver or collect a skip.
Extra Time Charge = £100.00 per week + VAT
Skips are collected after 1 week.
Skips, all sizes, kept for longer are charged at £100 + VAT per week rent.