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Skip Hire in West Sussex

Do you need to hire a skip for your home or business in West Sussex? Using the Quotatis service you can compare up to four skip hire prices to get the best deal available for the hiring of a skip to get rid of waste.

When carrying out domestic or industrial construction and restorations there's bound to be a lot of mess to clear up after. From bricks and stone, to wooden beams and guttering, this extra waste materials must be professionally removed.

And this is where cheap skip hire comes in. Skips can be found in an array of sizes based on your needs and will let you get rid of the debris without inconvenience.

Once full, the skip hire firm will collect and get rid of the waste. The same skip could be returned, or else you might have more than one you can use.

If you're wanting to hire a skip for possibly your house or business, ensure that you make use of our totally free and no obligation service to get the very best deal available in West Sussex.

Average Skip hire cost in West Sussex

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.

Average price per Skip hire job in 2022

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

Skip hire installation cost in West Sussex 2022

Labour cost £64
Waste removal £256

Skip hire searches in May 2022

Skip hire Projects in West Sussex in April 2022

15,907

Requests for quotations in West Sussex in April 2022

270

Requests for Skip hire quotations in West Sussex in April 2022. -13% change from March 2022.

4,420

Requests for Skip hire quotations in South East in April 2022. -8% change from March 2022.

We noted 15,907 requests for property or home quotes in West Sussex. Of these quotation requests the number of skip hire quotes in West Sussex was 270. Quotatis would have been in a position to match these consumers with up to 4 suitable contractors who were available for work within West Sussex during that time. Ask for a free home survey from reputable companies within West Sussex.

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

Skip hire searches in cities and towns near West Sussex April 2022

50

Requests for quotations in Crawley in April 2022

30

Requests for quotations in Worthing in April 2022

20

Requests for quotations in Bognor Regis in April 2022

12

Requests for quotations in Littlehampton in April 2022

11

Requests for quotations in Shoreham-by-sea in April 2022

West Sussex

The southern district of West Sussex is bordered by Hampshire, Surrey and East Sussex and features a coastal line along the south coast of Great Britain. Having half of the region being protected countryside, much of the population dwell within the county's only city, Chichester, along with the large towns of Crawley, Worthing and Horsham. Its population of practically 800,000 makes it the 27th biggest region by population in England, having a density of 1,040 individuals per square mile. When you require any property developments in East Sussex, be sure to review quotations from local, respectable businesses to find the right price.

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27 May

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Horley - RH6

Enquiry from: Anna P

Start Date: Immediate

locable skip for refurbishment of one bed flat are you the property owner: relative of owner what size skip do you require: large skip location: other how long do you require the skip for: more than 1...

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17 May

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Crawley - RH11

Enquiry from: Shirley S

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8 or 10 yard skip for garden rubbish mainly wood from shed removal.

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16 May

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Littlehampton - BN17

Enquiry from: Jose T

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8 yard skip cost. Prep for driveway, most of the material will rather and rubble.

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15 May

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Bognor Regis - PO21

Enquiry from: Andrian R

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10 yard, off road, mixed 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 skip for: less than 1 week pleas...

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13 May

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Burgess Hill - RH15

Enquiry from: Wayne R

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6 yard skip for garden waste - mostly soil and grass. Some hardcore

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12 May

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Littlehampton - BN16

Enquiry from: David R

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2 yard skip, rubble and 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 for: 1 day plea...

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11 May

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Worthing - BN13

Enquiry from: Jodie S

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8 yard skip domestic clearance

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10 May

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Horley - RH6

Enquiry from: Paul W

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to get rid of wood and garden waste 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: 2-3 days...

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09 May

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Burgess Hill - RH15

Enquiry from: Linda R

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6 yard skip on drive for general waste are you the property owner: owner of the property what size skip do you require: medium skip location: on driveway how long do you require the skip for: more tha...

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08 May

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Billingshurst - RH14

Enquiry from: Alys J

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a skip for decluttering and clearing the sheds are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) what size skip do you require: large skip location: on road how long do you require the skip for: 2-...

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03 May

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Horsham - RH13

Enquiry from: Sam N

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Hi. Could I please get a price to hire a skip to do a garage clearance. I think I'd need an 8 yard one. Thanks.

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03 May

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Haywards Heath - RH17

Enquiry from: George S

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6 yard skip. front drive for general builders and garden waste are you the property owner: owner of the property what size skip do you require: medium skip location: on driveway how long do you requi...

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02 May

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Chichester - PO20

Enquiry from: Trevor C

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general waste due to pond digging 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: less than ...

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30 Apr

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Chichester - PO20

Enquiry from: Trevor C

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mini skip for waste resulting from digging pond 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 fo...

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28 Apr

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Horley - RH6

Enquiry from: Craig D

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looking for price for a 4 yard skip to be dropped off tomorrow afternoon 29/04/22 and picked up saturday lunchtime/early afternoon 30/04/22 if this is possible. are you the property owner: owner of t...

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25 Apr

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Horley - RH6

Enquiry from: Natalie S

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I need a skip 6 yard

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25 Apr

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Midhurst - GU29

Enquiry from: Glenn H

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How much is a 2-3 yard skip cost please

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24 Apr

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Bognor Regis - PO22

Enquiry from: Julie D

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6 yard skip - for garden soil are you the property owner: owner of the property what size skip do you require: medium skip location: on driveway how long do you require the skip for: 2-3 days please ...

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24 Apr

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Crawley - RH10

Enquiry from: Stephen C

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A skip to clear household rubbish

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23 Apr

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Haywards Heath - RH17

Enquiry from: Laura B

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Small skip for domestic rubbish

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FAQs

How much does a skip cost?

This is definitely one of the questions that first comes to mind when considering to acquire a skip for either residential or commercial waste disposal purposes. The cost of a skip is dependent on so many factors but the most significant determinants would be the volume of the waste and type/size of the skip you require.

Once you are able to identify the most suitable skip size for the volume of waste or rubbish for disposal at your premises, estimating the cost would be a lot easier. Here, we’ll give you an insight into skip sizes and the amount of waste each skip type can hold at a go.

Skip Types

• Mini Skip

This is also referred to as a 4 yard skip which is the smallest and has the capacity to hold within a range of 40 and 45 average sized waste bags. It normally costs between £90 to £130 for a week’s hire.

• Medium Skip

The 8 yard skip is the most common and has the capacity to hold within a range of 80 to 90 average sized waste bags. It normally costs between £200 to £250 for a week’s hire.

• Large Skip

The 12 yard skip is the largest and has the capacity to hold within a range of 125 to 135 average sized waste bags. It normally costs between £250 to £340 for a week’s hire outside London. However, it can be a little bit more expensive in the capital - about £350 to £390 for the same amount of time.

It must, however, be taken into account that the cost of a skip also depends on other factors such as your location, the skip hire company, the volume of waste and lots more. Click here to learn more about skip prices.

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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Can I put a skip on the road?

Apart from the cost of hiring a skip, the area in which to place the large item is another major concern for individuals looking to hire a skip. So if you’re wondering whether you can place your hired skip on the road, there are four legal requirements that applies and must be complied with for your protection in the situation whereby a third party accident takes place. Deciding to overlook these conditions can lead to a fine or forceful removal of the skip by the local council.

Here are the compulsory legal requirements that must be fully complied with:

• Get A Permit

The local council gives out a permit for skips to be placed on the road. This permit must be acquired and the cost may vary depending on the local council in your area.

• Illuminate The Skip

Since the skip is to be placed on the road, then it’ll only make sense to have it illuminated at night or in low lighting situations for safety of all road users. According to the law, lights must be positioned at each end of the skip to be easily spotted.

• Use Cones

According to the law, a minimum of two (2) cones must be placed on the skip’s approach side for the protection of all road users.

• Comply With The Skip Requirements

You can’t place just any skip you like on the road. By the law, there are certain conditions that must be met by the skip itself before placement. It must be painted with the yellow colour on the sides, have both the owner’s name and phone number clearly written on it and must also possess a BS AU152:1970 complying red and yellow fluorescent reflective marking which is compulsory to be acquired within two (2) working days upon filling.

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