Two-yard skip hires are the perfect choice for cheap rubbish removal solutions. Commonly known as “mini skips”, these skips are perfect for getting rid of small amounts of unwanted trash. They are the favourite choice for small home improvement projects such as garden clearance, minor home renovations and taking care of the ordinary household waste. Skip hire prices greatly depends on the size of skips and 2-yard skips are the smallest available throughout the UK. The price of 2-yard skips regularly ranges from £150 depending on other factors such as the hire period and more.
2 Yard Skip Size
2 yard mini skips are the perfect and popular choice for various small domestic jobs such as garden clearance as well as small renovation projects. They can hold about 25 black bin bags of waste also perfect for getting rid of household trash. A typical 2-yard mini skip dimensions measure 5 feet long x 4 feet wide x 3 feet high (1.52m x 1.22m x 0.91m).
Prohibited Items You Cannot Put In The Yard Skip
Skips are perfect for getting rid of most types of waste including domestic waste, organic waste, furniture, rubble and more. However, there are restricted materials that should not be thrown into a skip. Here’s a list of items that can’t throw into any skip:
- Hazardous waste
- Gas cylinders
- Fluorescent bulbs
- Electrical items
What Can This Skip Be Used For?
2 Yard mini skips are popular for various domestic waste removal applications. They are the popular choice of many domestic and private clients for disposing of all sorts of waste. Mini skips are also the common choice of builders as an additional skip for disposing of waste materials that can’t be mixed with plaster boards. Additional jobs suitable for 2-yard skips are:
- Small garden clearance
- Kitchen refitting
- Bathroom refitting
- Small home improvement projects
- Small DIY projects
Council Permit Required for Hiring a 2 Yard Skip
Skip hire or Council permits are required if the skip is to be placed on public lands such as roads and courtyards. There’s need to secure a permit if the skip is going to be placed on a privately owned land. Since 2 yard mini skips are small enough to fit any property, these skips won’t need any permits in most cases.
If this size does not meet your requirements you may wish to upgrade to the 3 yard skip.