Are You Planning to Clear a Lot?

If you have been planning to clean up a lot, you need to obtain a skip for the clean-up work. Doing so will make the process go faster and will make it easier for your to keep the site clean and safe. You just need to know how to plan for a skip delivery and understand a little more about the collection process.

Primary Skip Sizes

If you do hire a skip, you will find that skips come in various sizes. Skips come in the following dimensions:

  • Two cubic yards
  • Four cubic yards (also called midi skips)
  • Five cubic yards (known as maxi skips)

RORO Skips

Skips that are really big are called roll on and roll off skips. These skips collect heavy debris and can be collected the very same day if needed. When placing an order for a skip, you will need to obtain local approval if the skip is placed on the highway. The local skip hire company in Weymouth can help you with this task.

What Size Do You Actually Need?

You will also have to relay to the company how big of skip you believe you will need. This is important as people sometimes hire skips that are too big or large, either of which can cost you to spend more as well.

If you want to make sure that your skip is the right size, you need to carefully explain to the representative what you plan to load into the container. You will also have to give the company an idea when you want the skip collected. Being sure about your choice will prevent any problems in loading and collection.