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[*] Post 440905 posted on 1-8-2011 at 11:09 Reply With Quote
Hiring a skip



Have you ever done it? How much did it cost?
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[*] Post 440906 posted on 1-8-2011 at 11:51 Reply With Quote


We hired one when we had a new kitchen fitted.

It depends on the size you want, what you're putting in it and stuff, though.

Ours was a 8 Cubic Yard one and it cost something like forty quid a day.
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[*] Post 440908 posted on 1-8-2011 at 12:05 Reply With Quote


I've looked online and it seems to be a week's hire is the minimum despite it being a 3 day kitchen refit. A local authority one seems to be 190 + VAT for the week and then another similar amount if you want them to empty the skip - eh what? isn't that the whole point?
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