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Rubble Sacks vs Skip Hire: Which is Best for You?


Whether it's small-scale house improvement, large-scale landscaping, or completely emptying a shed, many individuals arrive at the identical conclusion to trash removal: "A skip is required!"

Some people are unaware that waste removal has a new bag, so it's important to educate them about this. Rubble Sacks are a brand-new way to manage waste removal that provides more adaptability, efficiency, and aesthetic appeal than trash bins.

Driveway Damage

Skips are big, heavy, and imposing. They can take up a lot of room on your driveway, not to mention the unsightly reminder they leave behind.

With each skip hire that we do, the utmost care is taken to minimise property damage as much as possible. Unfortunately, even though pallets or other similar barriers are used to protect the surface the skip sits on, damage may still occur when placing a skip on your property.

All Sorts of Sizes

There's a skip size for everyone from midi-skips to XL skips and beyond. Unless the quantity of waste is very little, that is. Even the tiniest skip may appear enormous compared to a Heavy Goods Vehicle backing up to unload it. This is when skip bags are really useful.

Mini Bags are the smallest skip bags on the market, fitting 25 kg or 42 litres each bag. They're perfect for removing garden cuttings or any other number of small items, and because they don't take up much room (and come in a 110-bag roll) you can use as many of them as you need.

Time is On Your Side

When it comes to house renovations or rubbish clearance, preparation is vital. Many individuals book their skip hire ahead of time and have it taken away as soon as their project is finished. 

That is not to say that you can anticipate everything, especially if you’ve experienced an adverse event. Unpredictable events, such as the weather or labourers failing to show up, might leave you without a place to store your waste or you could be charged extra for an extension of your contract.

Skips bags have a 6-month window to use their bags and schedule a collection. This implies you may unpack your skip bag last second or fill it up over six months. It's entirely up to you.

There are pros and cons to both rubble sacks and skip hire, but the best option for you will depend on your specific needs. If you have a small amount of waste to dispose of, rubble sacks may be a more affordable option. If you have a large volume of waste or live in an area with limited rubbish collection services, skip hire may be a better option. 

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