Blackpool Skip Hire FAQ’s

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Hello and welcome to Blackpool Skip Hire’s most frequently asked questions blog post. We get asked a wide range of different questions about our service, so to help you out and provide some of the answers you need, we thought we’d collate some of the most frequently asked questions with those all important answers you’ve been looking for. 

Here are the most frequently asked questions.

1: Do i need to be in when my skip is delivered?

A: No, as long as access is clear for delivery you do not need to be home.

2: Do i need to be in when my skip is collected?

A: No, as long as access is clear for pick up, you don’t need to be in. 

3: What can not be placed in a skip?

A: The following must not be placed in the skips –
Asbestos, tyres, liquid containers/drums barrels/cartons, liquid, liquid paint, lead acid/vehicle batteries, gas cylinders, fridges/freezers, televisions, computer monitors/fluorescent tubes, any form of special, difficult or hazardous waste.

4: How long can i have a skip for?

A: Up to 7 days unless previously pre agreed with us at time of booking. 

5: Can i still have a skip if i don’t have a driveway?

A: yes, we apply for permit on your behalf from the local council, an additional cost will apply. If unsure please call 01253 892020 as we do endeavor to find you a solution.

6:  What happens to my waste when collected?

A: It is taken to our transfer station in Poulton le Fylde, hand sorted and recycled. On average 98% of all waste is recycled.

7: When do i pay for my skip?

A: Full payment of skip is required at time of booking, either over the phone by card or we now have an easy to use online booking system. Book a Skip

Thank you for taking the time to read our FAQ’S blog post. If you have any questions for us that you can’t see the answer for here please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01253 892020, we have onsite fully qualified and experience staff ready to help. 

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