Why Choose a Local Skip Hire or Waste Collection Company

May 18 09:27 2013 Paul Dexter Print This Article

Choosing a local skip or waste collection company for the removal and recycling of your household or commercial waste is becoming more popular than ever, nowadays literally hundreds of UK households are embarking on large landscaping projects, house, loft and garage clearouts as well as home improvement and renewal projects large and small and all these projects require the safe, secure and legal removal and disposal of the waste they produce

When choosing a skip company always try to choose a local company over a national,Guest Posting of course this isn't always possible if you live in the middle of nowhere or a rural area, if it is possible then choosing local rather than opting for a national company is going to save you a lot of money, and don't be drawn into the national companies amazing low prices or else you may get stung be a multitude of extras, add-ons and fines all thrown in to bump up the overall cost. Local companies arte easier to deal with and usually have set 'all in' prices. skip companies operating in larger developed cities such as Manchester tend to be a lot cheaper that skip and waste recycling companies in rural areas due to the fact that they have access to competing waste dumping and waste recycling centres all competing with each other to dispose of or recycle your waste.

In most circumstances the skip hire company will have some sort of contract in place with one or more waste recycling centres in the local area, some will pay an annual fee, some will pay a monthly fee and smaller, quieter companies will pay per load or per day, If however you are recycling items such as scrap metal, copper, hard plastic or other highly recyclable material you should try to negotiate the price with your skip hire company as the skip company will get paid for these items rather than paying to have them dumped , many waste collection companies nowadays will provide free skips for scrap metal and scrap plastic.

There are however a number of restrictions as to what you can actually put into a residential skip, these restrictions are not simply made up by the skip hire companies they are government and local council restrictions put in place for environmental reason as well as health and safety reasons and you should always check with a company you are hiring from first, these days this is easy as most waste collection and recycling companies as well as skip hire companies have company websites where you can get a lot of information about what you can and can't throw into a skip, a good website will also give you a number of other guidelines including what size of skip you might need depending on the amount of waste you have or the project you or your builders are undertaking. On a good company website you should also find advice and guidelines as to how full you can fill a skip so it can be safely collection and legally transported on public roads.

Another thing that you must consider when hiring a skip is whether of not you need a permit from your local council, a rule of thumb is that if the skip is left on your driveway then a permit isn't usually required, or course if its a shared driveway it is polite to ask your neighbours if it is acceptable and if they are ok with it you should tell them how long the skip is going to be there, If however you don't have a driveway and the skip is to be kept on a public road or highway that a permit is required and a good skip company will usually sort this out on your behalf with is another reason why it is better to use a local company.

Finding a local skip hire company is very easy now that we have the interent and a simple search for Skip Hire Stockport should give you a list of local skip hire companies in your local area who have websites.

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Paul Dexter
Paul Dexter

SD Skip Hire Manchester are a friendly and reliable waste collection and disposal company based in Manchester

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