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How to Save Money on Skip Hire
Be sure to have enough junk to fill it before you even order it.You want to make the most of this opportunity. It will also help to have some idea how much stuff you need to dispose of. Be mindful that some items can't be thrown into a skip, such as plasterboard, batteries, tyres, electronics, etc.
Check out whether there are better ways of disposing of electrical goods or mattresses as there often additional charges for these types of materials because they can not be sent to the landfill as is.
Use an online service that has many suppliers in your area.That way you can get the most competitive price from your suppliers.
Book well in advance.
Check back a couple of times to see how much the price changes.
Check the next size up and size down.Sometimes the prices are more competitive on different sizes. Sometimes the next size up is even cheaper.
Hire the skip for the shortest time possible to minimise the cost.
Consider a neighbor arrangement.If you don't have enough junk to fill a skip, go halves or quarters in a skip with neighbors. This will reduce the costs massively, although you will likely be responsible for all the logistics involved, including making sure everyone is ready to shift their junk on thesame day.
Don't book a bin with weight limits.The skip company charges you a fee for delivery and then takes it away and charges another fee for exceeding the weight limit.
- Example: The price includes disposal fees to cover 1350kg of waste. Additional disposal fees are payable at a pro rate rate of0 per tonnefor refuse exceeding this allowance
Look out for booking fees, and avoid them if possible, or include them in the overall cost of the rental.
- Example: Price: 5.00 Booking Fee: .00 A booking fee of .00 applies to each booking Charged to Credit Card: 9.00
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- Donate usable articles to charity or sell them, if you can. It will mean less stuff in the landfill and less cost to you. Depending on where you live and what you have to donate, some charities will even send a truck to your home for pickup.
- Compare hauling services or, if you have the means to transport the debris yourself, direct landfill fees. Some municipalities offer extra trash pickup or extra trash drop-off days at a reduced cost to residents, so it is worth inquiring if you might be eligible to participate in one.
- Never place hazardous materials in a dumpster or skip. If you must dispose of hazardous waste (such as household or automotive chemicals, paint, or CRT televisions or monitors), contact your municipality for information about proper disposal.
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