Its official – Spring has finally arrived. Now you can clear away the winter cobwebs and have a good, old-fashioned spring clean.
This year why not take your spring cleaning to the next level? Out with the old and in with the new – it’s time to go the whole hog and have a proper clear out.
And it will be easier than you think if you hire a skip – a convenient waste deposit box delivered and collected in a door-to-door service. The hassle-free answer to your spring spruce up.
3 Top Tips for spring skip hire
• Be wise with size – However small your renovations there is a skip size for you. Skips sizes range from mini (ideal for garden waste) to industrial container-sized skips (ideal for commercial demolitions). It is cheaper to hire one skip rather than two, so make sure you order a large enough skip for the job. If you think that even the industrial sized skip will be too small, some companies provide large containers to go on your site– these are available from Rabbit Group
• Location, Location, Location – Where to park your skip? If you do not have a driveway it is possible to park your skip on the road but be sure to book well in advance to allow for the application for a Highway Permit. And treat it like you would anything else, follow The Highway Code when it comes to safety considerations, such as lighting and signposting – skip companies do like to have their skip back in one piece. And don’t worry if you don’t have a suitable spot for a skip – Grab services, such as that provided by Rabbit Group, mean you can just pile up your waste ready for us to collect.
• Get the waste type right – Do use your skip for any general waste but don’t deposit any large appliances or hazardous waste into it. Always check with your service provider before you dump anything that may require specialist disposal.
Rabbit Group can help with any disposal solution you may require. Not only will we take care of your waste so that you don’t have to but we will do it in a green fashion. At Rabbit Group we pride ourselves on creating energy from waste.