Frequently Asked Questions
If you can’t find an answer to your question below please do not hesitate in contacting us with you query on 074 9164044 or by using our contact form.
1.HOW LONG CAN I KEEP THE SKIP?
The skip hire is for 10 days but if you require it for longer please contact the office and let us know. Some additional charges may apply depending on required length of time.
2. WHEN DO YOU COLLECT THE SKIP?
The skip will be collected when you phone us to let us know you are finished with it. If haven’t contacted us after 10 days we may contact you to request the collection of the skip. Following your collection request we will normally carry out the collection within 3 days.
3. WHAT ITEMS CAN I PUT INTO A SKIP?
You can put all types of waste including building materials, soil, rubble, household rubbish, garden debris etc. You find find out more on our skip hire Donegal page.
4. WHAT ITEMS CAN I NOT PUT INTO A SKIP?
You cannot put, any paints, oils, car tyres, hazardous wastes, clinical wastes, animal/human remains or waste, chemical waste or asbestos substances into the skip. Please also ensure no hot items are placed in the skip as a fire or burning the skip will occur a €300 fine.
4. WHEN IS THE SKIP PAID FOR?
Payment is made prior to delivery by card, cash or cheque. Our drivers can also accept cash payment when completing the delivery. A map to our office can be found on our contact page.
5. HOW HIGH CAN I FILL MY SKIP?
Due to both insurance and safety reasons the skip can not be filled any higher than the top level of the skip.
6. DO YOU DELIVER SKIPS THROUGHOUT DONEGAL?
6. WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY SKIP?
We will generally try to deliver your skip by the end of the day following your order. This will depend on the skip size availability. On occasion we will be able to complete a same day delivery.
7. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO HIRE A SKIP?
The cost of hiring a skip will depend on the size of the skip that you require. If you need a quick quote for hire, call 074 9164044 for a quotation or fill in our contact form.