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Skip Hire in Bakewell

Do you require a skip and want to compare prices to get the best deal available for you within Bakewell? Then you've come to the right place and can easily compare prices from around 4 skip hire companies within Bakewell.

Skips are usually necessary for the removal of waste both for household and commercial reasons. Just about any renovation or construction leaves mess, whether or not it's bricks, wooden beams old furniture. This is when a skip hire is useful as the waste is going to be taken away with no trouble.

In regards to hiring a skip there are several sizes to select from based upon your requirements. When the skip has been filled it is possible to contact the company to have the waste taken away and then have the skip returned if needed.

If you need a skip, whether it's for a household or commercial reason, then make sure to assess around four quotes from vetted and reliable companies in the area.

Average Skip hire cost in Bakewell

The average cost of Skip hire is £320. Costs alter based upon the materials and the firm chosen. The upper price range can be as high as £368.

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Prices based on actual Skip hire costs for Bakewell, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Skip hire installation cost in Bakewell 2022

Labour cost £64
Waste removal £256

Skip hire searches in May 2022

Skip hire Projects in Bakewell in April 2022

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Requests for quotations in Bakewell in April 2022

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Requests for Skip hire quotations in Bakewell in April 2022. 0% change from March 2022.

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Requests for Skip hire quotations in Derbyshire in April 2022. -14% change from March 2022.

We noted 447 requests for home quotes in Bakewell. Of these quote requests the amount of skip hire quotes in Bakewell was 10. Quotatis would have been able to match these customers with as many as 4 suitable installers who were available for work in Bakewell during that time. Ask for a free house survey from reputable companies within Bakewell.

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines

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Bakewell

Bakewell is a tiny market community and also civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales district of Derbyshire, England, known for a local confection, Bakewell pudding. It lies on the River Wye, concerning 13 miles (21 kilometres) south-west of Sheffield. In the 2011 census the civil parish of Bakewell had a population of 3,949. The town is close to the vacationer destinations of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall. Although there is evidence of earlier settlements in the location, Bakewell itself was probably established in Anglo Saxon times, when Bakewell was in the Anglian kingdom of Mercia. The name Bakewell implies a springtime or stream of a man called Badeca (or Beadeca) and originates from this personal name plus the Old English wella. In 949 it was Badecanwelle and also in the 11th century Domesday Book it was Badequelle. Bakewell Church Church, a Grade I detailed structure, was founded in 920 and also has a 9th-century cross in the cemetery. Today church was constructed in the 12th-- 13th centuries yet was basically rebuilt in the 1840s by William Flockton. By Norman times Bakewell had gotten some importance: the town and also its church (having two clergymans) are discussed in the Domesday Book as well as a motte as well as bailey castle was constructed in the 12th century. In the very early 14th-century, the vicar was terrorised by the Coterel gang, that evicted him and took the church's cash at the instigation of the canons of Lichfield Cathedral. A market was established in 1254 as well as Bakewell developed as a trading centre. The Grade I-listed five-arched bridge over the River Wye was constructed in the 13th century and is one of minority enduring remnants of that duration. One more Grade I-listed bridge, Holme Bridge, was built in 1664 and goes across the Wye on the north-eastern outskirts of the community. A chalybeate springtime was found and a bathroom home built in 1697. This caused an 18th-century proposal to establish Bakewell as a day spa community like Buxton. Construction of Lumford Mill by Richard Arkwright in 1777 was complied with by the restoring of much of the town in the 19th century.

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Waste Management Systems Ltd t/a HIPPO

24 review(s)
Based: in Portsmouth, PO6 3EN

HIPPO’s mission is to be the UK’s leading rubbish clearance provider, delivering outstanding service, relied on and trusted by customers to put the environment at the forefront of what we do.

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Claire K., W3
5

Waste | Skip Hire in London

Excellent service!!! Especially lovely receptionist!!

SIMPLE SKIP

226 review(s)
Based: in Norwich, NR10 3JU

Why Use Us Need a skip but don’t want to ring around or pay too much? Use our simple service to get the size and type of skip you need, when and where you need it. We’ll find you a range of prices so you can compare them and get the best deal....

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Fiona R., CW1
5

Waste | Skip Hire in Crewe

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Similar Customer Enquiries for Skip hire in Bakewell

15 Nov

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Gillian T

Start Date: Immediate

i need a mini skip for some old wooden fence panels are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) what size skip do you require: small skip location: other how long do you require the skip for:...

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08 Oct

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Linda J

Start Date: Immediate

i wish to hire a 6 yard skip

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27 Sep

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Chris N

Start Date: Immediate

could i please have a price and availability on an 8 yard general waste skip. the shop is edinburgh wollen mill bakewell. for:-timber, metal, carpet and flooring are you the property owner: tenant (wi...

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28 May

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Stephen L

Start Date: Immediate

2 yard skip for a day - household refurbishment. are you the property owner: owner of the property what size skip do you require: small skip location: on driveway how long do you require the skip for...

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13 Mar

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Erica S

Start Date: Immediate

4 yard skip for mainly rubble and brick

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27 May

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Barry L

Start Date: Immediate

removal of some top soil and general waste are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) what size skip do you require: small skip location: other how long do you require the skip for: 1 day pl...

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17 Sep

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Samuel W

Start Date: Immediate

removal of turf Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) What size skip do you require: Small Skip location: On Driveway How long do you require the skip for: 1 day Time scale: Immediate P...

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16 May

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Pam E

Start Date: Immediate

Misc household/garage clearing

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06 Apr

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Sally B

Start Date: Immediate

General house waste and kitchen carcass - needing an 8yrd skip

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10 Jul

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Gillian T

Start Date: Immediate

04 Jul

Waste | Skip Hire

Bakewell - DE45

Enquiry from: Steve R

Start Date: Immediate

5yd skip Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) What size skip do you require: Large Skip location: Other How long do you require the skip for: 1 week

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FAQs

How big is a 4 yard skip?

Generally, 4-yard skips are basically designed for small clean or clear out projects or residential use. If you want to carry out a small renovation task or to clear out your home, you simply can not ignore the disposal of your unwanted waste. You’ll save yourself some time, money and potential accidents by hiring a 4-yard skip that will do the job effectively. We are all aware how time consuming it is making several trips to the local waste disposal centre.

When talking about the size of a 4-yard skip, it runs beyond its capacity. Skips of small sizes can be easily accommodated in not too large spaces which can be in the garden or driveway which saves you the stress and money of having to acquire skip hire permits.

If you’d like to know the the size of a 4 yard skip in metres, we’ve got you fully covered for both imperial and metric! The answer is provided below:

Imperial - Width 4’3, Height 3’2

Metric - Width 1.29m, Height 0.972m

It is, however, important to take note that when hiring a skip the measurement might be a bit tricky. The ‘4 yard’ term implies the capacity of the skip and not the length. The actual length of a 4 yard skip is only 6 feet or 2 yards. As a result, before you hire a skip, there’s the need to be clear as to the measurement you’re looking for. Otherwise, you might end up hiring the wrong skip and having to get another. Not good for your pocket, right? Well, that’s why we’ve provided this answer to help you in the best possible way! Click here to learn more about skips.

Can you put paint in a skip?

There are a wide range of household rubbish and wastes you can put in a skip. But unfortunately though, paint cans and leftover paints isn’t one. Furthermore, not only is a liquid paint restricted from skips and landfills, but they are also banned by the council. Frustratingly, because it’s hazardous to the environment and blockages it can create in the pipe, pouring paint right down the drain is never an option as well. So what then is the best way to get rid of your leftover paint? Surprisingly, you have quite a number of options which we’ll share with you.

• Is the paint unused and unopen? For unopened paints, you can simply return them back to the seller either for an exchange or for a refund. Obviously, this will require a receipt and if unavailable, then you might want to consider the other options below.

• Is it just little paint leftover? Since it has been specifically banned from skips and it’s just a small amount of paint, you can get a bit creative with the disposal method. Simply get a cardboard or other papers, paint it with the remaining paint and dry it out. Once dried, you can then dispose the cardboard or paper alongside other permitted wastes in the skip.

• Is it a large amount of paint? For large amounts, you can contact some of your friends or family who might need it to get the paints off your hands. If you are unable to dispose any or all, there are online platforms like Freegle or Freecycle where there are people willing and ready to get leftover paints in large quantities.

• Is it unusable? If positive, then the giveaway option is completely neutralized. The best bet here is to leave your paint out to dry if it has gone past its usable days, then take it to a household waste recycling centre.

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What size skip do I need?

With your finger probably hovering round the ‘order now’ button, one thing often comes to mind, what size of skip do you actually need? Being fully aware that there’s a huge array of skips sizes and hiring the appropriate size can make a whole world of difference when it comes to cost, efforts must be made to ensure you determine the right skip size before clicking on that ‘order now’ button.

To give you a better idea of skip sizes and the type of project that they are best suited to, we have decided to provide this simple breakdown that’ll make your decision process a breeze - quick and easy.

• 4 Yard Skips ( 3 cubic metres )

The 4 yard skip is best suited to small domestic projects like home or garden clean or clear outs, bathroom or kitchen refurbishments and the likes, due to its relatively small size. It has a capacity to carry about 30 bin bags at a go.

• 6 Yard Skips ( 6.5 cubic metres)

Do you want a skip for domestic purposes or for small commercial projects?if yes, then you should definitely give the 6 yard skip a shot. It has a capacity to hold up to 60 bin bags.

• 8 Yard Skips ( 6 cubic metres)

This skip size is best suited to large domestic tasks or light commercial projects. It has a capacity to hold up to 60 to 80 bags effortlessly.

• 10 Yard Skips ( 7.65 cubic metres)

With a skip size this big, both large residential and commercial projects can be handled with relative ease. Not only does it have the capacity to hold up to 80 to 100 bin bags, but also comes with an enclosed lid option, if you need an extra security for your property.

• 12 Yard Skips ( 9.18 cubic metres)

This skip size is best suited to both large residential projects and building sites. It has a capacity to hold up to 100 to 120 bin bags, and just like the 10 yard skips, it comes with an enclosed lid option for an extra security.

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How much is it to hire a skip?

If you’re considering a house move, garden work or building project, one of the most common questions that comes to mind is, how much it would cost to hire a skip?

It is widely known that a skip represents one of the best and most affordable ways to get rid of your unwanted rubbish or waste. However, the determination of the cost of a skip hire depends on a number of factors such as your location, the size of the required skip, the skip hire duration as well as the requirement or otherwise of a skip hire permit.

The most significant determinant of a skip hire cost is the size required. The most common skip sizes are 4 and 8 cubic yard and as expected, the larger skips come at more expensive prices than the smaller ones. This is due to the fact that it can contain a larger amount of unwanted waste or rubbish. Generally, the skip hire price includes the delivery, collection and disposal of the waste. The more the waste, the larger the size of skip to be hired, which means a lot more expenses to be made.

Another factor that determines the cost of a skip hire is the duration. The standard duration of a skip hire is 2 weeks (14 days), however, this period can be extended for just a small amount so far a due notice is provided. Location is also another great determinant and that works considering the number of other skip hire companies in the area.

Overall, a small sized skip costs within the range of £90 to £130 per week, whereas a large sized skip of up to 12 yards for the same amount of time jumps up considerably to a range of £250 to £440. Click here to learn more about skip prices.

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