SKIP HIRE LONDON
Skip Hire Guide
Please use the below skip guide to choose what size skip you need. Sizes range from 4yd to 16yd skips and if this is not big enough please check out our RORO Hire page.
4yd Skip Hire
Capacity in bags: 40
Ideal for: Small kitchen clearances, small garden clearances etc
Estimated Dimensions: 3ft height, 6ft length, 4ft width
Equivilent in size to: 1/2 a car
6yd Skip Hire
Capacity in bags: 60
Ideal for: Very popular with house clearances and builders
Estimated Dimensions: 3.5ft height, 11ft length, 5.5ft width
Equivilent in size to: 3/4's of a car
8yd Skip Hire
Capacity in bags: 80
Ideal for: Large house clearances, popular with builders / landscapers
Estimated Dimensions: 4.5t height, 11ft length, 46t width
Equivilent in size to: Average sized card
12yd Skip Hire
Capacity in bags: 120
Ideal for: Large house clearances and site clearances
Estimated Dimensions: 5.5ft height, 12ft length, 6ft width
Equivilent in size to: 4x4
16yd Skip Hire
Capacity in bags: 160
Ideal for: SLarge house clearances, event clearances, office clearances
Estimated Dimensions: 6t height, 14ft length, 6ft width
Equivilent in size to: Large 4x4
Here at Lets Go Skip hire we specialise in providing skip hire in London and Birmingam.
We provide skip sizes ranging from 4 cubic yards up to 16 cubic yards. Whether this is for your own property, construction site or commercial property we will have the right sized skip for you. We have been proving skip hire services into the West Midlands and Birmingham for over 10 years and over this time we have built fantastic partnerships within the local community with house builders as well residential clients.
We collect a recycle all waste types including builders waste, soils, plasterboard, timber, plastics, glass, green waste, furniture, electronic waste, metal, cardboard, paper and the list goes on. All the waste we collect is transported back to local recycling depots where the waste is segregated and sent for recycling at individual recycling plants for each material.
On average we recycle up to 98% of the waste we collect for and we aim to get this figure up to 100% by the year 2021.