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Skip Hire in Leek

Do you require a skip and wish to compare prices to get the best deal for you in Leek? Then you've come to the best place and can do a comparison of quotes from as many as 4 skip hire firms in Leek.

Skips are usually necessary for the removal of waste both for domestic and commercial reasons. Any type of renovation or construction will leave mess, whether it's bricks, wooden beams old furniture. This is when a skip hire is useful as the waste materials is going to be taken away with no inconvenience.

When it comes to hiring a skip there are several sizes to select from depending on your requirements. When the skip has been filled you are able to get in touch with the company to have the waste taken away and then have the skip returned if needed.

If you require a skip, whether it's for a household or commercial reason, then make certain to review around 4 quotes from vetted and trustworthy companies locally.

Average Skip hire cost in Leek

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 Leek, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Skip hire installation cost in Leek 2022

Labour cost £64
Waste removal £256

Skip hire searches in January 2022

Skip hire Projects in Leek in December 2021

736

Requests for quotations in Leek in December 2021

10

Requests for Skip hire quotations in Leek in December 2021. 0% change from November 2021.

220

Requests for Skip hire quotations in Staffordshire in December 2021. 0% change from November 2021.

We noted 736 requests for home quotations within Leek. Of these quotation requests the amount of skip hire quotations in Leek was 10. Quotatis would have been able to match these customers with as many as four suitable fitters who were available for work in Leek at that time. Ask for a free home survey from reliable companies in Leek.

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

Skip hire searches in cities and towns near Leek December 2021

229

Requests for quotations in Stoke-on-trent in December 2021

68

Requests for quotations in Newcastle-under-lyme in December 2021

20

Requests for quotations in Stafford in December 2021

13

Requests for quotations in Stone in December 2021

10

Requests for quotations in Leek in December 2021

Leek

Leek is a market town and civil parish in the English county of Staffordshire. Located on the River Churnet, it is 10 miles north east of Stoke-on-Trent. It is an ancient borough and was granted a royal charter in 1214. Most of the town is at or higher than 180 metres above sea level, and it is encircled by the countryside of the Staffordshire Moorlands, which is positioned on the southern uplands of the Pennines. It is the administrative base for the Staffordshire Moorlands District Council. The town was built on the slope and crown of a hill, and it is at the base of the Peak District National Park. The town is, consequently, considered as the 'Gateway to the Peak District', as well as being often called the 'Queen of the Moorlands'. It has a long background of being a market town, with the right to host a weekly market and a yearly week-long fair being awarded by King John in 1207. Lots of buildings dating from the Victorian period are left standing in the town, and a number of these were designed by the architectural practice of the Sugdens, 'Sugden and Sons'. William Sugden arrived in Leek in 1849, brought over because of his work on the design of the train stations in the Churnet Valley Railway. Prominent structures feature the Congregational Church, Myatt; s Mill, Mill Street Methodist Chapel and Ragged School, and West Street School. Their effect of their designs on the town continues to be profound. Other local tourist attractions are the regional football club, Leek Town F.C., Alton Towers amusement park, and Rudyard Lake Steam Railway near Rudyard Lake. For all your home upgrades, make certain to make use of reputable professionals in Leek to make certain of quality.

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Waste Management Systems Ltd t/a HIPPO

6 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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Gina S., NE28
3

Waste | Skip Hire in Wallsend

Too much

NETWORK WASTE

349 review(s)
Based: in King's lynn, PE30 2DE

We can provide an independent opinion on the absolute cheapest way of disposing of our customers waste and then utilise the most local approved supplier in our network to deliver the most cost effective service. 100% flexibility without operationa...

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Sharon S., ME3
5

Waste | Skip Hire in Rochester

quick response with quote friendly manner would recommend

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

Polite professional

Ama Skip Hire

4 review(s)
Based: in Kings lynn, PE30 2JG

Nationwide UK skip hire & waste management services. AMA’s prices are competitive & our affordable hire service is always reliable. Get an online quote now

Latest review

Alexander C., EX9
5

Waste | Skip Hire in Budleigh Salterton

Fast and reliable

Similar Customer Enquiries for Skip hire in Leek

12 Nov

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Kirstie T

Start Date: Immediate

household rubbish including some furniture are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) what size skip do you require: medium skip location: on driveway how long do you require the skip for: ...

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27 Nov

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Bill P

Start Date: Immediate

hi, please quote for 4,5,6, yd skip. domestic use for garden clear up, mattress and general house tidy. thanks bill please email/text as often miss calls. are you the property owner: owner of the pr...

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19 Jun

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Emma W

Start Date: Immediate

small skip for garden waste and shed clear out 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...

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28 May

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Matthew H

Start Date: Immediate

just a small skip, not a massive amount of rubbish are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) are you the property owner: owner of the property what size skip do you require: small what size...

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25 Apr

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Sharon B

Start Date: Immediate

The medium skip for a weekend Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) What size skip do you require: Medium Skip location: On Road How long do you require the skip for: 2-3 days Please ca...

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14 Apr

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Lee W

Start Date: Immediate

I need to dispose of an outside tall chimnea and a bunk bed and two mattresses. I will have a lot of cardboard packaging and two old car seats and a few other bits. Will the smallest skip do? Are you ...

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04 Mar

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: David F

Start Date: Immediate

3 yd mini skip 1 week General clearance garage and garden items

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14 Jan

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Mark T

Start Date: Immediate

Shed clearance and general garden waste maybe some tiles Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What size skip do you require: Large Skip location: On Driveway How long do you require the s...

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27 Jul

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Annette G

Start Date: Immediate

Smallest possible skip for very small garden waste 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 fo...

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10 May

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: David R

Start Date: Immediate

Large skip 8 yard or bigger for garden soil waste etc

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23 Jan

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: N

Start Date: Immediate

House removal items. As cheap as possible

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03 Jan

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Denyse P

Start Date: Immediate

A small skip for general rubbish 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 week Time ...

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11 Dec

Waste | Skip Hire

Leek - ST13

Enquiry from: Ellen H

Start Date: Immediate

I really need a cheap skip

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FAQs

Can you put glass in a skip?

This is a question that’s very common amongst individuals looking for the best way to get rid of glass and reasonably so. Glass is a very dangerous and hazardous item which requires sensible precautionary measures to your waste disposal activities. If you are looking to dispose a whole glass, you should first consider giving it away to a friend or family who might be able to put it to good use. However if you are still concerned whether you can put glass in a skip, the answer is yes. And in fact, it’s probably the best glass disposal option that’s currently available, as it goes a long way to ensure user’s safety in the broken glassware pieces handling process.

Upon successful completion of your building’s construction or renovation, there’s a high chance a lot of broken glasses would be scattered everywhere and in need of immediate disposal efforts. The longer you ignore the glasses lying around, the higher the possibility of the glasses harming you or the construction workers. As a result, it is vital to make sure that the construction or project site is clean and free of any glass-posed hazards. Hiring a skip is your best bet to get rid of these harmful and unwanted wastes from your environment.

Wheelies are often considered to remove glasses especially from construction sites. However, due to the bulkiness and sharpness of glasses, it is crucial to incorporate heavy disposal equipment that are good enough to cut through the rubbish on the site. In addition, it’s not advisable to dump your broken glass in recycling bins, as it poses great threat to the waste disposal team collecting the recyclables. If you’d ever need to put your glass in a skip, ensure to insert them in boxes or wrap them up with paper before removal to enhance user’s protection. 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 can you put in a skip?

A skip is a very convenient and great means of disposing the unwanted waste and rubbish in your home. When you kick start your home or garden clear out or clean, you’d discover you have a wide range of wastes to get rid of. However before the commencement of such a task, it is essential to understand that there are particular wastes that are not allowed to be put inside a skip for several reasons by the relevant authorities. There are a handful of regulations that determines what goes into a skip and what cannot. And somewhat interestingly, this may differ depending on the skip company you recruit.

With the presence of an array of skip hire companies in the market today, there are several that can allow almost all types of wastes in the skip. However, some of the most common wastes that can be placed inside a skip includes the following:

• Broken furniture pieces

• Plastics ( because they can be easily recycled)

• Solidified paints

• Furnishings and non electrical fittingd

• Uncontaminated soil

• Cardboard and plastic packaging items

• Metal

• Branches and leaves

• Bricks, wood and rubble

It is advisable to ask your skip hire company what you can put in the skip and what you’re not allowed to put in the skip before moving forward. The guidelines can vary from a company to the other and as a result, there is the need to conduct a proper consultation with a skip hire company to help erase or confirm the fears you might have about your unwanted waste or rubbish. This is to ensure the company selected perfectly matches your proper waste disposal needs. When you’re able to select a reliable skip hire company, all your unwanted waste disposal worries would be completely obliterated. Click here to learn more about skips.

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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