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B & J Skips get asked regularly some commons skip hire questions. We have included some answers to skip hire questions that are frequently asked below, however, if you have any questions that have not been addressed, please contact us for more information and we will be happy to help you further.Q. How much does skip hire cost?
We provide cheap skips which are incredibly competitively priced, and we are happy to provide free quotes upon any enquiry.Q. What items am I allowed to put inside my skip?
You may put hard core, bricks and rubble into our skips as well as soil (which is not contaminated), fixtures, furnishings and furniture. Non electrical fittings, metal, plastics and wood can also be put into the skip. All skips should not be filled past the level load.Q. What items am I not allowed to put in the skip?
B & J skips are legally unable to remove and take away any waste electrical equipment away with us. This includes any fridges, fridges, TVs or computer monitors. We are also not allowed to take any tyres or asbestos, chemicals ,solvents, gas bottles, clinical waste (including syringes, medicine bottles and soiled dressings) and also liquids (including oil).Q. Do skips require a permit?
You will require a permit if you would like to put a skip in a public area on a road. permits can be obtained from your regional council authority as it is illegal to place a skip on a public property without getting permission first. B & J Skips can help you obtain a permit, for more information please contact us.Q. What do I do once I have finished with my skip or need it to be removed or emptied?
Once finished with your skip, please contact us to arrange for us to remove it or replace it with an empty one. We provide professional skip hire services in Milton Keynes, Leighton Buzzard, Buckingham or the surrounding areas, please contact us for more information or a free quote. All skips should not be filled past the level load.