If you’re lucky enough to have enough space in your front garden or yard to fit a skip, then the skip hire service should be fairly easy for you. Contact us, arrange your appointment, and wait for your skip to be delivered within your two-hour window. For a lot of people, unfortunately, the process could be a little bit trickier because of one slight complication – skip hire permits.
Skip hire permits are needed to store your skip on a public street or pavement while you hire it. As you’d expect, if you’re putting something fairly large on public land, you have to ask the council for permission before doing so.
Luckily you’ll be happy to hear that, just like all of our waste collection services here at Skip It, we’re pretty committed to making this as seamless a part of the process as any other.