Hiring a skip in Preston is a great way to remove large amounts of waste, and whether you’re reconstructing your bathroom or kitchen, renovating a bedroom or clearing your garden, Wigan Skips supply skips for every project.
Home improvement projects can be stressful to organise but that’s where we come in. We can help you to get the most out of your skip hire in Preston.
5 tips for skip hire:
- Ask questions
When hiring a skip for your project in Preston, you need to liaise with us at Wigan Skips. Once we understand the scope of your project, we can advise you on:
- skip sizes
- safety precautions
- positioning of skips
- skip collection
- Load rubbish carefully
Although it’s tempting to hurl waste into a skip without a second thought – there’s a knack to it.
We suggest keeping it simple. Start with heavy, flat items at the base of the skip –before large, bulky furniture. Small and light materials should be added towards the top of the skip, along with full bin bags to maximise disposal space.
- Be mindful of restricted items
Our skips are great for:
However, some items are restricted from the skips we supply for skip hire Preston and need to be disposed of carefully. These include:
- gas cylinders
- medical waste
If you’re in two minds as to whether something can go in the skip, feel free to contact us and we will be more than willing to share our expertise.
- Arrange skip collection
With skip hire in Preston, we guarantee a hassle-free experience and arrange to deliver and collect skips at a time that’s most convenient for you.
As soon as your skip is full, call us on 01942 597 358 and we will come to collect it from your premises. Hiring a skip for shorter time periods will make skip hire Preston more affordable and allow you to remove waste faster.
- Find out where waste goes
Knowing what happens to waste when we collect it is of utmost importance for some people, and rightly so.
Here at Wigan Skips, we have eco-friendly values and ensure waste is disposed of sustainably. We recycle 90% of materials and sort what can be reused/burned for electricity.